Sound Pathways Annual Mother’s Day Flower Basket Fundraiser Underway In Everett

April 24, 2022

Events in Everett

Mother’s Day is coming up on Sunday May 8th and if you’re looking for something to get mom while also benefitting Everett and the surrounding area here is a win-win!

Pre-sale ends April 29th.

Sound Pathways, a community-based organization providing evidence-driven support to mothers and families on the path to substance misuse recovery, is celebrating mothers everywhere with their annual Mother’s Day Flower Basket Fundraiser.

By purchasing a fresh and bright flower basket, people are providing a gift to both their family and the Snohomish County community.

A few fundraiser facts:

• Vibrant 12” hanging flower baskets are $40 each
• Flower presales are happening now through April 29
• Purchase presale flower baskets at
• Flowers will be available for pick-up and purchase at our pop-up flower shop at 1721 Hewitt Ave, Everett, WA on Thursday, May 7 and Friday, May 6. The flower shop will be open 10 AM – 3 PM each day.

Local businesses can support this fundraiser by purchasing bulk orders, sponsoring this event, or donating directly to Sound Pathways. Sponsorships and donations help offset the costs of flowers so that every dollar from every flower basket purchased can go directly to serving our clients.

Bulk orders can be purchased online at Bulk orders are 12 or more hanging flower baskets.

The proceeds from this fundraiser will support Sound Pathways’ four core programs: Parent Child Assistance Program, Amerigroup Supportive Housing, the ESTEEM Shelter, and the Syringe Services Program.

Sound Pathways, formerly Pacific Treatment Alternatives, has been part of the Snohomish County community for more than 50 years. We provide recovery support programs and services designed to meet people where they are. From an emergency women’s shelter to extensive case manager support, we – from an emergency shelter program to comprehensive case manager support. We work with clients to overcome substance use, regain health and stability, strengthen, and restore their families, and develop work and social skills.

The hanging flower baskets were grown at Van Wingerden Greenhouses in Blaine, WA.


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