Proceeds from the SweetHearts for Kids luncheon benefits children in Walla Walla and the surrounding area.
Excited to have two families, Roger met his mother 53 years after he was born
Hiep Nguyen, Marketing Advisory Committee of the foundation hopes to help underserved families
North Seattle Target and police make the holidays brighter for children.
We wish you a happy holiday season and want to thank you for all your support.
Marketing and communications director at Pratt Fine Arts Center Karina San Juan joins the newly-formed Marketing Advisory Committee of the foundation.
Board member Sherilee Coffey helps launch newly-formed Marketing Advisory Committee of the foundation.
A volunteer fulfills the needs of children and their families while encouraging others to give back.
Our giving and volunteer opportunities make it easy to give back during the holiday season.
Shoreline Public Schools’ Public Information Officer Curtis Campbell joins the newly-formed Marketing Advisory Committee of the foundation.
A volunteer continues to share her gift of blanket making with families and children of Walla Walla for 15 years.
Sherwood Trust has awarded a two-year grant totaling $80,000 to support our efforts in Walla Walla.
Donate on May 10 during GiveBIG and help create permanent, loving homes for children.
Peninsula Auto Group donated $40,000 to the Key Peninsula Family Resource Center.
The Robins adopted their son Gary through CHSW and helped shape our history with 50 years of dedication and contributions.
German Rosas of Walla Walla was honored with the prestigious Governor’s Volunteer Service Award.
The Imagine Lake City Together neighborhood planning project moves forward with input and assistance from Lake City community members.
Proceeds from SweetHearts for Kids luncheon benefits our children in Wenatchee and the surrounding area.
Key Pen Family Resource Center & community volunteers bring hope
Proceeds from SweetHearts for Kids luncheon benefits our children in Walla Walla and the surrounding area.
After spending years abroad, Dave Teed learned he did not need to travel the world to find his birth mother.
We are ringing in the New Year by sharing an update on the progress of the Imagine Lake City Together project.
We are grateful for you and our donors, staff and volunteers who help make our work with children and families possible.
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.