We all benefit when we support children and their families. Children's Home Society of Washington helps create a solid foundation for today's children that will lead to prosperity for all of us in the future.
Thanks to the generous time and resources of our donors and volunteers, we are creating lasting, positive change for families in Seattle and throughout King County.
Parent-Child Home Program shows overwhelming success in helping children and their parents like Susan and Georgie, but funding cuts may mean less families benefit in the future.
Three years ago, Denea Hall was asked to take care of her newborn nephew Tommie who was born addicted to drugs. Denea has been Tommie's first teacher and now he is ready to start preschool in the fall.
Just a few years ago, John Martin was on the run with warrants for his arrest when his daughter was born. Now, he has sole custody of his daughter and he is helping other parents who are trying to reunite with their children.
Brianna Smith, a mother of three girls, learned how to create lasting relationships thanks to the home visiting staff at the South King County Family Resource Center.
After visiting us briefly as a teenager, Kendie came back to us as an intern and found a strong and loving support system for her entire family.
Working with our Green River Child Development Center, Dawn received the support network she needed to overcome life’s obstacles.