Host an Event

From birthday parties to bake sales, you can positively impact the lives of youth in foster care by hosting an event on behalf of our kids. Need some inspiration? Find some creative examples of how community members are making a difference below.

For questions or information about events, contact us at 206.267.5159 or events@treehouseforkids.org. Set up your custom donation page for your event here.

Event Inspiration

Make Your Party Count

Whether it is the annual office holiday party, your bar mitzvah, a lemonade stand or your family reunion, you can easily add an element of community support to any celebration in your life! Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery throws a giant company picnic at the end of each summer. The highlight of the event is a wine bottle ring toss, where staff line up for hours to participate. Through this simple carnival game, they raise awareness and funds for kids in foster care.

Craft for a Cause

Are you a culinary crafter? Jill and Micaela, a mother-daughter team who love to cook, decided to try their hands at raising a little dough to help kids in foster care. They asked their friends and family to submit their favorite recipes, which they compiled into an inspirational cookbook and sold to raise money for Treehouse. It was so much fun that they are working on a second edition!

Casual Friday

Think outside the suit! For staff in the Seattle office of Marsh USA, casual Friday is more than a fashion statement – it’s an opportunity to change lives. Marsh employees who choose to wear jeans on Fridays pay five dollars into the Denim Days fund. Each month, a local charity is selected from employee suggestions to receive the fund. Treehouse was the lucky beneficiary of a denim dividend!

Birthdays With Heart

Help your little one learn the gift of giving! For his 8th birthday party, Jackson had all of his friends bring gifts for kids in foster care. Then, after all of the cake was eaten, Jackson and his parents delivered all of the gifts to Treehouse. Jackson was able to see where his gifts would go and learn about how much his birthday will mean to kids in foster care. What a day!

Join Us at an Upcoming Event

April 27

Combating Racial Animus Against the AAPI Community: Solutions for Change

6:00 p.m.


Hosted by Town Hall Seattle and Seattle University Institute of Public Service:


In the third installment of Seattle University’s “The Conversations,” we hear from former U.S. ambassador to China and former Washington Governor Gary Locke, CEO of Treehouse Lisa Chin, and interim Seattle Police Chief Adrian Diaz. Journalist Joni Balter and Dr. Larry Hubbell, longtime previous director of the Seattle University Institute of Public Service, moderate an honest discussion with Locke, Chin, and Diaz about the possible causes of this disturbing trend—and offer suggestions on how we can make change around a problem that has a long legacy of harming our communities. With student questions led by Asian Studies Program Director Dr. Yitan Li, you won’t want to miss this essential and urgent conversation.


To Learn More and Register to Attend, click here >>> 


Every other Friday beginning February 19

Treehouse Legislative Session Updates

11:30 a.m.-12 p.m.


Join us biweekly on Fridays to hear how Treehouse’s legislative priorities are advancing in Washington state and ways you can support youth in foster care this legislative session. Click here to sign up for the calendar invitations.

This year

Community Driven with Campbell Auto Group

Campbell of Everett and Campbell of Edmonds


We are excited to be “Community Driven” by the customers of Campbell Auto Group. When you purchase or service a car at Campbell Auto, a donation will be made to Treehouse to ensure that youth in foster care have the essentials, experiences, and academic support that they need to graduate high school.

Thank you to all the customers and clients at Campbell Nissan in Everett and Campbell VW in Edmonds

Learn More

Purchase Josie & the Mystery Room to benefit Treehouse


Florence Petheram, formerly Miss Florence on TV’s “ROMPER ROOM,” is the author of a new book about a young girl growing up in foster care. Fifty percent of the proceeds from the book will be donated to Treehouse. To learn more about the book and purchase a copy, check out: https://edkbookdistribution.com/book/josie-the-mystery-room/

Champions Luncheon Annual Fundraiser 2021



Treehouse’s Champions Luncheon has been a fixture in the Treehouse community since 2005. Champions happens every spring and gathers over 1000 community members to celebrate and spotlight the stories and achievements of young folks who have experienced foster care.

More than 1,000 supporters from across the state came together virtually on March 17, 2021 for Treehouse’s annual Champions Luncheon fundraiser as youth impacted by foster care shared their success stories in partnership with the nonprofit organization.

This past year has challenged all of us more than ever before. Through powerful storytelling, we share how young people in foster care are finding strength and resilience to persevere.

Hear stories of strength and resilience


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