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The Detlef Schrempf Foundation is proud to announce that proceeds of the F5 St. Patrick’s Day Dash will go to four Northwest children’s charities.
RAISING OF THE GREEN!
It’s easy and fulfilling to raise some green for these worthwhile charities. To simply donate a 100% tax deductible cash donation, above your dash registration or as a straight donation, choose the Contribute button on the registration page and follow the instructions.
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Funds for Camp Fire USA Central Puget Sound will go to support the Camp Fire mission of building caring, confident youth and future leaders. Founded in 1910, Camp Fire offers co-ed group programs as well as traditional camping activities and day camps. The organization seeks to provide a positive environment for all children to grow and thrive.
Autism spectrum disorders affect 1 in 91 children in the U.S. In some school districts of the Puget Sound region, autism rates are estimated as high as 1 in 50. Seattle Children's Autism Center offers diagnostic evaluations, comprehensive treatment services and family support. Because more than 1,000 families are currently on the waiting list for services, the Autism Center is raising funds to expand its space and capacity to serve more families.
Since 1988, Rise n’ Shine has been serving Puget Sound area children and teens affected, infected or orphaned by HIV/AIDS. They are supported emotionally through the challenges of living in the shadow of an alienating and isolating disease with support groups, mentors, summer camp, holiday gifts, and life enrichment activities.
Young parents are not supposed to die, yet 1 in 20 children will have a parent die before they turn eighteen. The Healing Center provides these children with a safe, supportive, confidential, and nurturing environment to move through their grief for as long as they need. Through individual therapy, family therapy, and age specific group support, children report they love knowing and meeting with others who have shared their loss experience.