Seattle Times: “Graduating high school ‘wasn’t normal’ for one Seattle foster teen. Treehouse made it happen for her and many others”

When Blandy Inzunza graduated from Ballard High School, she got a suitcase full of gifts: a raincoat, gift cards, other little things that “were all super meaningful,” Inzunza remembers, and one big thing, a laptop.

“I could never imagine having something that nice for graduating high school,” said Inzunza, now 22.

The gifts came from Treehouse, a Seattle-based nonprofit that supports current or previous foster care youth, focused in large part on helping them achieve in school.

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