Meet Our 2016 Charities
January: Cocoon House
Cocoon House serves homeless and at-risk youth in Snohomish County by providing shelter, guidance and advice. Cocoon House also offers mentoring services for parents of teens.
February: Everett Public Schools Foundation
Providing support to strengthen academic achievement, make a positive impact and offer resources to help students and staff at Everett Public Schools.
March: Big Brothers Big Sisters of Snohomish County
Helping children realize their potential and build their futures. Nurturing and strengthening communities.
April: YWCA of Snohomish County
Women and families facing poverty, violence and discrimination can find hope, help and train for a life of self-sufficiency through one of the many programs offered by the YWCA.
May: The Y of Snohomish County
Develop stronger, more integrated communities, provide support for people and families, and promote positive change overall by understanding what our individual neighborhoods need.
June: Boys and Girls Club of Snohomish County
Boys & Girls Clubs provide a safe place to learn and grow, ongoing relationships with caring adult professionals, life-enhancing programs and character developing experiences; hope and opportunity.
July: Everett Assistance League - Operation School Bell
Operation School Bell, Everett Assistance League’s oldest and largest philanthropic program, helps low income children and teens to a great start in the new school year by providing new clothing, hygiene kits and vouchers to purchase new shoes.
August: PEPS - Program for Early Parent Support
As a vital resource for new mothers and new fathers in the Puget Sound region, PEPS parent groups serve thousands of families annually by providing education, information and community.
September: Volunteers of America: Everett Food Bank
The Everett Food Bank feeds approximately 5,000 households each month. It serves families, children, seniors, and disabled individuals who reside in the Everett area. Needed items include food, as well as household cleaners, hygiene products, clothing, shoes and baby supplies.
October: Everett Christmas House
Christmas House is a 100% volunteer, non-profit organization in Everett that provides an opportunity for qualifying, low-income, Snohomish County parents to select free holiday gifts for their children. Christmas House provides age-appropriate gifts for children from infant age to late teens.
November: Housing Hope
Housing Hope promotes and provides affordable housing and tailored services to reduce homelessness and poverty for residents of Snohomish County and Camano Island.
December: Everett Imagine Children's Museum
The mission of Imagine Children's Museum is to make children's lives better by creating a place where they can playfully learn, where creativity can soar in art, music and pretend play, a place to discover science, physics and history, and (not least) where parents can book a night out while knowing their kids are in a safe and fun environment.