We proudly support Washington Kids in Transition.
And it’s our mission during the next three months to do everything that we can to help them provide basic needs to homeless children in our community.
During this month, we’ll be highlighting how they help local homeless youth with supplies, food, and shelter.
Now more than ever they need our help with donations and support for this at-risk population.
We’ve found that one of the best ways to fight back against the Covid-19 fear and anxiety is by helping others.
Most people in Edmonds have no idea that there are over 1200 children in South Snohomish County that are considered homeless.
These children may live in shelters, tents, cars, transitional housing or other temporary housing.
WKIT helps in so many ways:
✅ Motel vouchers for families facing immediate homelessness
✅ Rental and utility assistance in an effort to prevent homelessness
✅ Rental deposits for families ready to move from a motel to apartment
✅ Emergency closets providing emergency food, toiletries, hygiene, coats, shoes socks and underwear
✅ 250 bags of food every school day for students riding busses.
And with your help, we want to keep them funded…
By donating $10 for every new patient that we see at Head 2 Toe in March & April we hope to raise over $5000 to support them during this critical time.
Please help us spread the word by liking and sharing this post.
For questions about their program, to get involved or to visit us at Head 2 Toe, click here:
You can also donate directly to the organization here:
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