Make a Difference for Children & Youth this Summer!
by School's Out Washington | | Posted under
Summer is a season to create lasting memories. Whether it’s visiting a new place with your family, returning to summer camp, or exploring nature and the outdoors, many of us look back fondly at our childhood summers.
What would it take to ensure that all kids across our state have these same opportunities to learn, grow, have fun, and ultimately, make their own memories to carry into adulthood?
School’s Out Washington has worked diligently to increase access to summer learning opportunities that keep kids engaged, healthy, and active during these summer months. Join us in continuing to ensure Washington’s kids have access to quality summer learning opportunities by making a contribution to support our Summer Learning Campaign.
Our goal of raising $10,000 will provide training and resources to deliver high-quality summer experiences that actively prevent learning loss and expose kids to new experiences, new adventures, and new memories. Barriers such as cost and transportation should not be the determining factors that prevent low-income families or children living in isolated areas from accessing high-quality summer programs.
Your contribution to our Summer Learning Campaign supports programs like the Feed Your Brain project which provides funding and resources to high-poverty, rural communities to support summer learning and access to free, nutritious meals.
- $5,000 will support as many as 100 youth living in a high-poverty, rural community with summer learning through a Feed Your Brain grant.
- $1,000 will deliver a workshop on Structural Racism and Cultural Responsiveness.
- $500 will provide 6 professional development training scholarships for providers to strengthen skills & practice working with youth.
- $250 will support transportation costs for enriching field trips.
- $100 will provide supplies for experiential, hands-on learning activities.
This is your chance to provide summer memories and summer success to children across this beautiful state of ours. Don’t wait!
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