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May Is National Foster Care Month

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Treehouse CEO Issues Statement: We Must Denounce All Instances of Hate

AAPI youth make up about 4 percent of the youth impacted by foster care that we serve through Treehouse and, as we work to better the lives of those who experience the foster care system, it is important we stay true to our values and support those in our community who are being mistreated simply because of the way they look.

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Treehouse CARES Project

Temporary funding for tutoring and academic remediation while also eliminating financial barriers to success in school for both youth in foster care and young adults in Extended Foster Care (EFC).
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Store Updates

Participants in need of clothing and other material items can place requests through the online request form or attend one of our monthly in person events in our open-air garage. In person shopping will be by appointment only and will count toward the annual limit of 3 visits.

At this time, donors can host an online donation drivepurchase items on our wish list or make a donation.

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

 

Our Goal

Treehouse advances equity and racial justice in the foster care and education systems. By 2027, 90% of youth who have experienced foster care across Washington state will complete high school, with support and a plan to transition into independence.

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

Youth Served Annually:
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