We Need You
It takes a community to help our youth and young adults reach their full potential. Your time or resources can improve the life of a young person today. Will you help?
We have seen the pandemic have a big effect on the vulnerable young people and families we serve, especially those experiencing homelessness, mental health or substance use issues, or exiting foster care.
Together, we can change this. We can make sure all young people have access to mental health counseling, housing, education, jobs, and other resources they need to survive. When you invest your time, talents, or finances, you make a positive impact in our community.
Everyone brings their own gifts to the table. Find your way to get involved.
A donation to the Social Impact Center will help meet our young people's most urgent needs and makes a lasting impact throughout King County.
There is no greater gift you can offer a child. Being a foster parent isn't always easy but it is always worth it. You can change a young person's life for the better today.
If you have a spare room in your house, you can provide the space and opportunity for young people to build independent living skills, gain stability, and focus on their goals.
COVID-19 has paused many of our normal in-person volunteer opportunities but there are still many ways you can help. Fill out our volunteer form today.
Our shelters are always in need of everything from basic personal hygiene products to common household furnishings. High demand items include:
Personal Hygiene Products
Cleaning Products and Supplies
Donating to our wish lists provides essential support for the most common daily necessities for the youth and young adults in our programs. We are currently only accepting donated goods via Amazon wish lists due to COVID-19 guidelines.
As a 501(c)3 organization, your in-kind gift may be tax deductible, up to the fair market value of the items at the time they are donated. Our tax ID number is 91-0482710.
We’re here for you with counseling services that span mental health, substance use, and psychiatric care for people of all ages in King County.
There are opportunities to volunteer, donate supplies, host or foster a young person, and more.
With a shared commitment to nurturing the potential of kids, improving health and well-being, and supporting our neighbors, your membership will not just bring about meaningful change in yourself, but also in your community.