Proceeds from SweetHearts for Kids luncheon benefits our children in Walla Walla and the surrounding area.
We are ringing in the New Year by sharing an update on the progress of the Imagine Lake City Together project.
Longtime supporters Andy and Joanne MacDonald want to help create a supportive environment for children so they can reach their full potential.
Jan Allott previously worked for Children's Home Society of Washington and wants to see our important work continue into the future.
New giving and volunteer opportunities make it easy to give back during the holiday season.
Horizon Credit Union in Spokane sells paper stockings for $1 to customers during the months of November and December to support our Therapeutic Summer Camp.
Mariela Rosas' husband, German, has been the No. 1 volunteer for our Academic Fun Club and Farm Labor Homes Summer Camp in Walla Walla for the past 10 years.
Anthem Foundation's support will provide therapeutic art support and training for our counseling program in Chelan and Douglas counties.
As part of the Imagine Lake City Together initiative, we are conducting a resident satisfaction survey from Sept. 22-24 and we need volunteers to help.
With our re-launched Volunteer Program, we have found new and interesting ways you can contribute to the lives of children and their families.
Staff from Bellevue-based video game developer Bungie volunteered their time to make our new website launch a success.
A new $50,000 Endowment Grant from the Community Foundation of North Central Washington means donors have more ways to support work in Chelan and Douglas counties.
Children's Home Society of Washington and partners have received a $100,000 planning grant to create a strategy that will help improve the quality of life for children in Seattle’s Lake City.
Christian Moreno shares his love of learning and volunteering during his keynote speech from Walla Walla SweetHearts for Kids luncheon in February 2016.
Volunteer Martha Benitez spends almost every day of the week helping families at the North Seattle Family Resource Center in Lake City while finding time to raise her own family of four.
Longtime volunteer Tamara Randolph devotes her time to helping the youth of the Valle Lindo community and wants this support for children in Walla Walla to continue far into the future.
Peninsula Auto Group owner John Dionas' passion for others runs deep. The auto group has donated more than $150,000 and countless hours of volunteer time to support our efforts in the past 12 years.