We’ve brought viewers stories from around the community showing how COVID-19 continues to affect and shape education in our area. Now, there’s a way to help those who especially need it this time of year!
Going back to school has been challenging for everyone this year, making the demand for resources to support youth in foster care even greater.
Monetary donations will help fill the gaps for over 7,500 youth in foster care across the state by providing school supplies, clothing and technology needed to start the school year right.
A recent Treehouse survey with foster families statewide indicates a high demand for resources needed for distance learning access and enrichment activities
Treehouse is particularly challenged this year due to adjustments necessitated by the pandemic – for example, their retail store that typically served the needs of foster families has been closed since March and they are not accepting in-person donations.