The Cascade Valley Health Foundation recently awarded grants to five local organizations to support community health and services:
• $3,500 for Snohomish County Volunteer Search and Rescue for an automatic external defibrillator
• $2,800 to the Stillaguamish Senior Center for its 2019 National Council on Aging “Aging Mastery” program
• $2,500 to Arlington Kid’s Kloset to purchase new clothes, shoes, socks, underwear and hygiene supplies for students in Arlington and Darrington
• $2,000 for Stilly Valley Health Connections (Public Hospital District 3 of Snohomish County) to continue a mental health counseling project through the summer at an Arlington elementary school
The Foundation also purchased an all-terrain vehicle for the Arlington Police Department to help officers and social workers reach homeless encampments.