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Whatever your expertise, passion or hobby is, there is a group of youth who would love you to share it with them! Our goal is to help these youth, who have so much untapped potential to REWRITE THE SCRIPTS OF THEIR LIVES. We do by this surrounding the youth with good adult role models like you. You boost their self-esteem just by coming and spending time with them. They interpret your time as demonstrating that you value them and have confidence in their futures. Current volunteers invest time with the youth sharing art, business and social etiquette, budgeting/finances, cooking, book clubs, music, photography, career panels, mentoring, tutoring, sewing, sports, chess, golf, and community service socials. Don’t see anything that interests you? We’ll help you start up your favorite pastime or interest. More info here: http://www.echoglen.org/
33010 SE 99th Street, Snoqualmie, WA 98065, US
We are a 100% volunteer community that exists with the sole purpose of helping the youth at Echo Glen Juvenile Detention Center, who have so much untapped potential, to REWRITE THE SCRIPTS OF THEIR LIVES.
We help these teens gain self-esteem by providing essential building blocks for healthy development thus breaking the cycle of neglect and abuse. Our goal is to surround the youth with caring adult role models who give an active listening ear while participating in a wide variety of activities.
Echo Glen is a Washington State juvenile detention facility and a school operated by the Issaquah School District. The facility has approximately 125, male and female, youth in residence, ranging in age from 10 to 20 years old. They come from every part of the state, and all have great untapped potential.
National studies show that 80 to 85 percent of youth in the juvenile justice system have at one time been removed from their homes due to abuse or neglect. This seems to be a continuous cycle-one that Echo Glen staff is determined to break. Nearly all of these young people have dangerously low self-esteem; they crave positive attention from adults and need good role models.
Please join us in supporting these youth!
We'll work with your schedule.
Echo Glen Children's Center33010 SE 99th StreetSnoqualmie, WA 98065
May 15, 2020