Thanks for gifts for youths with Cocoon House

Cocoon House would like to thank the community for its incredible generosity this holiday season. Thanks to you, we were able to provide gifts to more than 200 homeless and at-risk young people in Snohomish County.

For some, these were the first gifts they have ever received. These generous gifts go toward the young people and families we serve through our outreach, housing and prevention programs.

Thank you for helping Cocoon House break the cycle of homelessness and bring joy to our young people this holiday!

Chelsea Monroe

Director of Development and Community Relations

Cocoon House

Everett

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