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Treehouse Store Updates

Eligible youth and caregivers can visit our request page to learn more about our contact-free pick-up and delivery options.

At this time, donors can host an online donation drive, make a financial donation or purchase items on our Target wishlist. Until further notice, our building is closed for drop-offs and we are not accepting used items.

The Treehouse Store is only accepting new clothing donations from retail partners. If you are a retailer interested in donating sample or liquidated merchandise, please contact us at store@treehouseforkids.org.

What’s Next Summer Series! Virtual Summer Series for youth

Are you looking for some great opportunities to keep teens and young adults busy and productive this summer? Treehouse will be hosting a series of virtual experiences this summer on Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m, July 28 through August 25. These free and informative workshops are open to all eligible youth enrolled in Treehouse services!

This informative series will focus on career development, college prep and life skills. Attendees will also be eligible for a 15-dollar gift card after attending a session (up to 4 sessions) and they will be entered into a drawing for additional prizes!  For additional details and to register, click the link on the session below.

July 28 Crushing College I: SU, UW Seattle, & WWU

July 30 Crushing College II: Green River Community College, SPU, Whitworth

August 4 Making Your Vocation a Vacation: Exploring the Trades

August 6 Been There, Done That: What’s College Really Like? 

August 11 How to Be Your Own Boss: Entrepreneurship 

August 13 Finding Your Passion: Career Exposure and Finding Your Purpose 

August 18 Flexing Finances: How to Gain Financial Muscle 

August 20 Renting 101: How to Find an Apartment & Be An Awesome Tenant 

August 25 Advocacy, Activism & Voting: Using Your Voice for Change

More information: Please contact Jesse.Becerra@treehouseforkids.org with any questions.

Treehouse Statement: We Stand with George Floyd and His Family

The hearts at Treehouse ache for George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Tony McDade, and so many other precious lives that have been stolen at the hands of police whose duty is to protect our citizens.

Treehouse stands in community with those who have been impacted so directly by this targeted violence. Treehouse believes in long-term sustained action to rebuild the systems that are failing.

Treehouse held an emergency all-staff meeting on June 1st. Treehouse is supporting all employees who need extra support, time, and services to cope with the current visible reality of the horrid truth of institutionalized racism. Our staff remain committed to and connected with youth in foster care around the state.

Treehouse notes that it is essential to remember the victims’ names and stories and spread the word about the injustice happening in our society. Treehouse hopes for individuals and communities not to turn away in silence but to create awareness, change, and justice.

Treehouse emphasizes how the world is suffering from a global crisis with COVID-19, racism, ongoing systemic racism with police and black people, but predominantly black men. Within Seattle, protesting the justice of George Floyd was a direct reflection of the devastation, pain, and anger that so many are living and feeling. Protesters are outraged and are demanding justice for the brutal and horrific death of George Floyd.

Treehouse acknowledges that we are all in this challenging and critical time together, and we stand with George Floyd and his family.

If you would like to learn more about how you can take action, support, or learn more, Treehouse has listed supporting organizations who are actively engaged in anti-racism work: George Floyd Memorial Fund By His BrotherMinnesota Freedom FundFundraiser For Breonna Taylor Petition And FundraiserColor Of ChangeBlack Lives Matter75 Things White People Can Do for Racial Justice and Anti-Racism Resources.

Our Goal

By 2022, youth in foster care across Washington state will graduate from high school at the same rate as their peers, with support and a plan to launch successfully into adulthood.

Without the foundation of an education, youth in foster care continue to face challenges long after leaving the foster care system.

Youth Served Annually: