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Former Triple Point member shares why the program is so vital to local LGBTQ youth in Walla Walla.
Board member Sherilee Coffey helps launch newly-formed Marketing Advisory Committee of the foundation.
Adoptive daughter and family benefit from the Child and Family Counseling program and embrace the future.
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.
Sharon Osborne will be ending a 28-year run in 2018 at the helm of one of the largest and historically important child and family organizations in the country.
Shoreline Public Schools’ Public Information Officer Curtis Campbell joins the newly-formed Marketing Advisory Committee of the foundation.
CHSW staff member Rachel Borella receives an award for her commitment and generosity toward young children and their families.
Our six new board members are eager to make a difference and help continue our success.
We will expand our home visiting program and close our Green River Child Development in South King County.
A mother and her two children are brought closer together through the Child & Family Counseling program.
Our new leaders for King County are guiding children and families into the future.
Harvard Center on the Developing Child is striving to improve outcomes for children by supporting their families as early as possible.
Our North and South King family resource centers are holding their free annual Roll & Read for all ages.
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.
A Wenatchee family receives services for adopted daughter who spent 2,599 days in foster care.
Our services and staff in Spokane County received the Best of the West small business award for going above and beyond in supporting children and their families.
Staff member Talia Shide received a champions award for outstanding leadership and contributions to the early learning community.
Donate on May 10 during GiveBIG and help create permanent, loving homes for children.
Five years later we see Angie and Jake Hayes have cultivated a loving home for their five adopted children.
Foster parents in Wenatchee share their love for children and how they came to foster 52 and adopt a son and daughter.
A child welfare advocate is reunited with this son and transformed his experiences into a career of public service work.
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.
Child Welfare-Early Learning Partnership gives greater opportunity for early learning services to children in the public child welfare system.
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.