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ParentMap Giving Together Partners 2009

Published on: March 09, 2009

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In the spirit of giving year round, please give generously!

is thrilled to announce its 2009 Giving Together Partners. Please join
us as we promote and support the good works of these organizations that
strive to improve the lives of families in our community.

 PICC Pediatric Interim Care Center 

PICC brings babies
safely through withdrawal from drugs, including heroin, cocaine,
methamphetamines, methadone, and prescription drugs. The pioneering
program also facilitates visitation for families, provides caregiver
training, follows the babies after they leave, and offers a
range of community outreach and education services.


Children's Home Society Children’s Home Society
Children's Home Society provides exceptional programs and services to
support children in need and strengthen families in 30 sites across the
state. Their programs are shaped by more than 100 years of experience, a
strong mission, and a commitment to meeting the changing needs of
families in today's complex world. 


Fostering Fostering Together 

Fostering Together is a collaborative program between the State of
Washington and Olive Crest Foster Family Agency, a national leader in
therapeutic focused services for children in foster care. 

 Outdoors For All  Outdoors for All
The Outdoors for All Foundation is a national leader and one of the
largest nonprofit organizations providing year round instruction in
outdoor recreation for people with physical, developmental, and sensory
disabilities. Outdoors for All’s year-round programming includes
snowboarding, snowshoeing, cross country and downhill skiing, cycling,
hiking, in-line skating, river rafting, canoeing and kayaking, day
camps, water skiing, rock-climbing, camping and more. 


RFP Rabuor Village Project
Back in 2001, Seattle resident Loyce Mbewa-Ong'udi began to privately support the activities of a women's group based in
her home village of Rabuor, western Kenya. This courageous group of
women had been working tirelessly to cope with the rising tide of
illness, poverty and orphaned children that HIV/AIDS had brought to
their community. Loyce, with the help of many dedicated volunteers, established
the Rabuor Village Project (RVP), a U.S.-based non-profit organization
to assist the people of Rabuor and now 7 other villages in finding innovative and sustainable
solutions to the challenges of poverty and HIV/AIDS. RVP
hopes to further expand its activities
through its Village By Village initiative. 


College Success Foundation College Success Foundation 

The College Success Foundation
provides college scholarships and mentoring to low-income, high-potential students. The Foundation evolved from Governor Gary Locke's 1998 iniaitive: "2020 Commission of the Future
of Post-Secondary" with the goal of advocating for post-secondary education,
and urging the system to high standards of accessibility,
quality, innovation and efficiency.


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