Bed, Breakfast and Backpacks!
We are revving up to support Treehouse for Kids, giving foster kids a childhood and a future. Reserve the Bed, Breakfast and Backpack package, and help us support a child as they prepare to head back to school this fall. With each package, a backpack filled with essential supplies will be provided to a Seattle area foster child.
- Overnight stay in an upgraded room with a King or two Queen beds
- $30 dining credit at The Dragonfish Asian Café or order room service
Rates vary. Package based on double occupancy. Subject to availability.
To read press release from Treehouse, click HERE.
Treehouse gives youth in foster care a childhood and a future.
Each morning, nearly 9,000 children in foster care in Washington State wake up to unfamiliar surroundings. In foster care, they are safe from physical harm and dangerous neglect, but they are far from out of the woods socially, emotionally and academically. Trauma and loss, changes in homes and schools, and emotional upheaval cause them to perform worse than their peers on every academic measure.
Treehouse is taking on these challenges with fierce optimism by providing youth in foster care with access to the services they equally deserve to be successful in school and in life. They envision—and strive to create—a world where every child that has experienced foster care has the opportunities and support they need to pursue their dreams and become productive members of our community.
Treehouse is dedicated to closing the achievement gap between foster children and their peers, and have set an ambitious goal that foster youth in King County will graduate from high school at the same rate as their peers with a plan for their future.
Your Support Provides:
In partnership with the community, Treehouse provides academic and other essential support for more than 7,000 youth in foster care across Washington State each year. Treehouse’s integrated, research-based services ensure that kids receive the support they need to succeed in school, fulfill key material needs, and provide important childhood experiences that every youth deserves and needs to graduate from high school at the same rate as their peers with a plan for their future.