Thanks to students for generosity

Thank you so much to Youth United for supporting ChildStrive and their Nurse Family Partnership Program. On April 12, a group of Kamiak students, led by Samantha Muschett, held a diaper drive at the QFC in Mukilteo. This is one of many fundraisers we’ll be holding to support this program, which serves first-time moms under 25 years of age to help them make the transition to parenthood.

I am so impressed with the enthusiasm of these students and also happy to report that they were very successful and will be donating a large amount of diapers to ChildStrive. These kids are giving back to a wonderful cause and helping their community thrive!

Terry Clark

Executive Director

ChildStrive

Everett

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