COVID-19 Updates

 Kids and youth in foster care face bigger challenges than ever in these uncertain times. We’re launching a crowdfunding campaign so that Treehouse can continue to partner with them for their growing immediate and future needs.

Gifts up to $999 will be doubled, and gifts of $1,000+ will be tripled! If you want to be certain your gift is matched, give early at treehouseforkids.org/Champions.

Operations Update: In response to the Stay at Home Order from the Governor, the Treehouse office will be closed until further notice as staff continue to work remotely. We will be answering phone calls during our normal hours, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Thursday and 9 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Friday.

In addition, the Treehouse Store will be closed for all in person shopping until further notice. For new placements or emergency needs please contact us at store@treehouseforkids.org.

At this time the Treehouse Store is not accepting clothing, toys and other material donations at this time. We are accepting online donations to fund immediate needs—such as rent assistance, laptops and cell phones. We appreciate all the support and generosity from our community and look forward to returning to our regular operations soon.

For the latest updates on any store and office closures, stay tuned to our social media or visit treehouseforkids.org/contact.

Prevention Tips
The best guidance for all of us remains: wash your hands often, avoid touching your face and if you feel ill, stay home except to get medical care. For additional information, visit health care providers such as Kaiser Permanente and Premera Blue Cross, as well as public health agencies the CDC and Public Health – Seattle King County.

Living our Values: Resources to combat racism, bias and discrimination
Help us prevent discrimination or stigmatization by sharing accurate information. COVID-19 infection is not connected to any race, ethnicity or nationality. Misinformation about coronavirus disease 2019 can create fear and hostility that harms people and makes it harder to keep everyone healthy. Public Health Seattle and King County has provided resources to address and prevent.

Our Five-Year 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.

Meet Treehouse's Class of 2019

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

Youth Served Annually: