The program promotes confidence and connections. The message is “Find your happy pace.”
Volunteers serve military veterans each month in Lynnwood, an event that has exploded with popularity.
Money from its Everett thrift store goes to wardrobes for school children and their families.
Last year, the EvCC Foundation gave scholarships to 256 students. Araceli Daza is one of them.
The twice-a-year event in Snohomish by View Church has TLC for the cars — and for the moms.
It’s one of the few shelters in the county that takes dads and older sons, allowing familes to stay together.
Deacon Dennis Kelly took the pope’s call for a Year of Mercy to heart, and helps people in need.
The Monroe nonprofit has programs for students, the homeless, low-income families and teen moms.
The no-kill Camano Animal Shelter is known for rehabilitating animals with behavior or health issues.
After years with another program, Sooze Sigel says she’s helped by a positive approach to recovery.
These programs help with housing, active duty veterans, food banks and animals.
These groups provide services to seniors, disabled people and families.
Snohomish County has dozens of groups helping children, families, seniors, students and service members.