Treehouse Holiday Fundraiser
and Gift Challenge
Help make the season bright for youth in foster care
Join our holiday fundraiser and gift challenge with Treehouse!
It's hard to believe the holiday season is here yet again! This time of year can be difficult for youth in foster care, which is why the Puget Sound Relocation Council has teamed up with Treehouse to help ensure that every student in foster care has warm clothing, essentials, and meaningful holiday gifts.
We welcome you to learn more about these charities we are supporting through the the information and videos below:
iUrban Teen's Mission – To expose and inspire underrepresented youth to become tomorrow’s business and technology leaders. iUrban Teen is a nationally recognized program focused on bringing career-focused education to underrepresented teens ages 13 to 18. Youth receive hands-on exposure to a variety of careers and civic engagement that step them outside of their current boundaries. Our target demographics are African American, Latino, and Native American males, however, the program is inclusive of all youth. We have almost equal parity of girls that participate in our programs and also youth with special needs. iUrban Teen programs are now in Washington, Oregon, California, and Texas.
The mission of Northwest Harvest is to provide nutritious food to hungry people statewide in a manner that respects their dignity, while fighting to eliminate hunger.
Northwest Harvest receives no city, county, state, or federal funding for operating expenses and relies solely on contributions from individuals, businesses, foundations, and other organizations. Much of their work is made possible by volunteers of all ages, who give 66,000 hours of their time each year to feed the hungry.
Did you know?
One million Washington residents visited a food bank in the past year.
1 in 10 Washingtonians consistently struggle with hunger.
1 in 6 Washington kids live in a household that faces challenges in putting enough food on the table.
1 in 8 Washingtonians live below the poverty line.