Everett-Based ChildStrive Receives Major Grant

August 22, 2014


Great news from ChildStrive (formerly The Little Red School House) on Casino Road…


Click to learn more about this great program.

ChildStrive has been awarded a Leadership Development and Planning grant from the Satterberg Foundation of Seattle. The 3-year $75,000 grant allows ChildStrive to increase its capacity by providing leadership training at every level within the organization, assist with strategic planning, and effectively measure community impact.

Sarah Walczyk, Program Office for the Satterberg Foundation stated, “It is our goal to assist nonprofit organizations to achieve their goals, to adapt to change, to innovate and to improve their ability to provide programs.”

ChildStrive (formerly Little Red School House) has a fifty-year history of partnering with families to support young children’s success in daily life and in the community. ChildStrive is a nonprofit organization that serves over 2,000 children each year in Snohomish and North King Counties.

ChildStrive provides Early Intervention programs to children with a disability or developmental delays; the Nurse-Family Partnership provides support to young first-time moms through pregnancy and beyond to ensure a healthy baby and self-sufficiency; and the Parents as Teachers program offered through a partnership with family shelters and transitional housing providers in Snohomish County helps parents support their child’s healthy development.

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