Funded Programs

Early Learning Funded Programs

Family Support Prevention Project

$14,000

Parenting for School Readiness

$12,000

Maternity Support Services

$11,000

FAE Summer Academy Early Childhood

$20,000

SPARC Preschool Program

$25,000

Promoting Children's Success / Parental Involvement

$11,000

Health and Income Funded Programs

Wise Kids

$18,500

Empowerment Through Employment

$10,000

Family Development Center

$20,000

Transitional Living Program

$10,000

Safe, Healthy and Resilient Families

$23,000

Early Learning Nutrition Education Program

$20,000

Independent Living & Self-Sufficiency Skills

$8,500

Funded Program Highlights

Youth United

Youth Helping Youth ~ the best volunteers around! There are over 120 students at Anacortes, Burlington, Concrete and Sedro-Woolley high schools participating in Youth United. Last year, YU members volunteered over 12,000 hours. Sixtyfour of them received a Varsity...

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The CHOW Story

A Child not getting enough to eat on a regular basis can delay brain development and the child's ability to learn. - (Tufts University Center on Hunger, Poverty and Nutrition Policy) Over half of Skagit families must choose between buying groceries and paying rent....

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Skagit 1095 Fights Hunger

The Skagit County 1095 Club is a group of engaged parents, citizens and representatives from state and local government agencies, educational institutions and other food- and youth-related organizations. We support programs aimed at eliminating childhood hunger in...

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