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TOGETHER, WE CAN BUILD A BETTER US

SNOQUALMIE VALLEY YMCA
Annual Fund Drive 2017 GOAL: $78,600

We are nearing the end of our Annual Fund Drive, but we still need your help. In just a few short weeks, our community has donated more than $60,000 to provide critical programs and services to the Snoqualmie Valley. But we still need your support to reach our goal of $78,600 so hundreds of youth, families, and seniors have opportunities to reach their fullest potential, build community, improve their health, and get the care and support they need. Without your gift, these programs and services would not be possible.

Please, donate today to ensure everyone has a place to belong by April 1. Every penny makes an impact right here at the Snoqualmie Valley YMCA.

When you donate to your YMCA, you’re investing in your community. Your support provides opportunities for people to improve their health and build a sense of community, for our most vulnerable young people to get the care and support they need, and for kids to develop into smart, resilient adults.

Snoqualmie-Dollars-Graph How far your dollars can go:

$100: Provides nutritious summer meals for 13 children and adults.

$250: Two adults learn healthy habits through healthy living programs.

$500: A school-age youth has a safe, caring place to go after school.

$1,000: Twenty teens build positive relationships with mentors through service projects.

$2,500: One homeless teen has a safe place for eight months.

Our Funding Priorities:

Healthy Living & Chronic Disease Prevention Program Assistance

$5,000 supports 50 adults dealing with chronic disease like cancer, diabetes, and obesity.

Summer Lunch Programs

$5,000 provides 60 kids and adults food for 10 weeks, and teach kids and families healthy eating habits.

Teen Youth & Government

$8,000 supports eight teens as they build leadership skills and learn about government through civic engagement.

Earth Service Corps & Teen Programs

$10,000 gives 50 teens a chance to connect with peers and nature through youth-led environmental service projects.

Host Homes Program

$25,600 gives 10 homeless young people a support network and stable housing with a caring, supportive host family.

Child Care & Camp Financial Assistance

$25,000 supports 50 families with engaging before and after school child care and summer camp adventures.

Category: Philanthropy