TEAM Up to Create a Strong Foundation for ALL Skagit Children

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Start a fundraiser today to bring the entire Skagit community together to lift-up and equip 500 Skagit families.

"Babies are born every day. Even during a quarantine. Imagine giving birth during this very strange time – childbirth is overwhelming under the best of circumstances." -Jen Lindbeck, Welcome Baby Coordinator

By getting involved, you are supporting several programs that will create long term success of children and families. Through the Welcome Baby program, we are not only providing families with important practical resources like diapers and wipes, we are also providing them with emotional support and connection to resources. Because of COVID-19 the need is greater than ever. Please join us today!

There are Two ways to TEAM Up:

  1. Register here for the TEAM Up: The Virtual Event on May 1st, featuring local musicians and entertainment and fun.
  2. Start your personal fundraising page: Click "Start Fundraising" button above to engage your friends, families and professional network in this cause. It takes less than 10 minutes to set up and it's a great way to support this incredible cause. It's easy to do, and it's fun. We'll provide you with all the tools you'll need

All gifts are matched by a kind anonymous donor, up to $10,000.

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