Friends of Youth Breakfast, Oct. 24 and 31

The breakfast aims to raise funds to provide counseling services to support students.

  • Friday, October 19, 2018 3:56pm
  • Life

Friends of Youth will hold its annual youth and family services breakfast on Oct. 24 and Oct. 31.

The breakfast aims to raise funds to provide counseling services to support students struggling with depression, anxiety, substance use disorders and other challenges. Donations provide critical funding to ensure students receive the timely, professional and caring counseling they need. The youth and family services breakfast supports students in the Riverview School District.

The Oct. 24 breakfast will be held at Meadowbrook Farm Interpretive Center in North Bend (1711 Boalch Ave. NW).

On Oct. 31, the breakfast will be held at Educational Service Center in Duvall (15506 First Ave. NE).

For both dates, registration begins at 7 a.m. and the breakfast will be 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.

Established in 1951 Friends of Youth partners with youth and families to provide the relationships, resources and skills they need to attain personal growth and success. With 67 years of experience, 27 program sites and services in 18 cities, the organization provides safe places and emotional support for youth facing challenging circumstances. For more information, visit www.friendsofyouth.org.


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