Funding Others

Funded Programs

In addition to our in-house project, we fund a range of support programs for families with children, from pre-natal up to 6 years.

Parenting for school readiness

Evidence-based parenting education, with a range of developmentally appropriate activities for children from birth to age 8 who are at risk of abuse or neglect.

The family support project

rained professionals provide in-home coaching, referrals and information to parents with small children. The goal is to break the cycle of generational trauma.

Infant Case Management

Through home visits, a case manager connects farm families and other vulnerable populations to parent training resources, housing, food, and other necessities.

Summer Academy Early Childhood

Offering a 5-week day-camp that provides empowering educational experiences for low-income children and families aimed at building a community that realizes its full potential through leadership and lifelong learning.

Safe, Healthy and Resilient Families

Professional intervention for families experiencing abuse – providing direct advocacy, parenting support, education and assistance with the healing process.

Birth-to-Three Services

Professional intervention for families experiencing abuse – providing direct advocacy, parenting support, education and assistance with the healing process.

Early Childhood Education Certificate Cohort Project

Removing barriers for low-income childcare providers enrolled in the Skagit Valley College Early Learning Associate Degree program.

Evidence-based Parenting Programs

Parenting skill-building for low-income Hispanic families to cultivate healthy children who will grow into healthy productive adults.

Early Learning Coordinator

The Early Learning Coordinator builds capacity and creates a comprehensive, coordinated system of over 35 early learning supports and resources.