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Strengthening Families Washington 2017 Unsung Hero Maria Rodriguez
She is strong and continues to ride the waves out until the storm passes, giving strength, love and security to her family and all of the children in her care.
Strengthening Families Washington 2017 Unsung Hero Trisha Bennett
Trisha is doing an amazing job raising her four daughters staying connected with the community!
Strengthening Families Washington 2017 Unsung Hero Shereese Rhodes
Shereese is a powerful parent leader who puts a lot of love into everything she does.
Strengthening Families Washington 2017 Unsung Hero Johnnie Westergreen
Every day she is building protective factors for her birth children, for her foster children, for her adoptive children and for all the children that have been and will be in her care.
Strengthening Families Washington 2017 Unsung Hero Dean Yohe
Since 2006, Dean and his wife have cared for nearly three dozen foster children.
Strengthening Families Washington 2017 Unsung Heroes Kacey and Chris Bode
They are teaching their own children what it is to be resilient, how to access resources and how to build a healthy support system.
Strengthening Families Washington 2017 Unsung Hero Barbara McGregor
"Grandma" shows and every child experiences the true love that she has for each one of them.
Strengthening Families Washington 2017 Unsung Hero Delena Meyer
Delena didn't back down when things got rough.
Strengthening Families Washington 2017 Unsung Hero Ann-Marie Sather
Ann-Marie Sather is a champion for her family and her community.
Strengthening Families Washington 2017 Unsung Hero Breannah Hiatt
Breannah continues striving for success by working part-time, going to school full-time, and being a full-time mother. Not just surviving but striving and thriving!
Fighting for fairness: A family portrait in activism
These parents believe that ‘even small people can make a big difference’
A season (and lifetime) of giving
The Thurman family volunteers year-round, including the holiday season
Teens plan meals, build community with FEEST
Every week, 35 to 40 teens from the Delridge and White Center neighborhoods work together to cook an improvised dinner using fresh vegetables from local markets and farms.
Half-Off Admission at Wild Waves When You Donate School Supplies
Sleep Train's Foster Kids Day is Sunday, August 21, 10 am to 7 pm,at Wild Waves Theme Park, with a general admission ticket half-price with a school supply donation.
Seattle's Child Staff
charity:water Founder Scott Harrison on One Girl's Campaign to Fund Clean Water in Ethiopia
charity:water founder Scott Harrison talks about how an Issaquah girl brought clean water to Ethiopian villages, and how parents can encourage a spirit of giving in children.
Local Girl's 9th Birthday Wish Delivers Clean Water to 37,700 People
Rachel Beckwith of Issaquah had one wish for her ninth birthday in June 2011. She wanted to bring clean water to children in African villages.
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