*Ivy is now an officer with the Bothell Police Department, WA.
BIG NEWS: Amazon Local Love features DAWSON PLACE!
Over the summer, Amazon Home Services supplied materials, professionals, and volunteers to repaint the interior of our building, upgrade our bathrooms, and improve our child interview recording equipment. Now Amazon is spreading the word about the huge difference Dawson Place makes in the lives of the abused children and families who we serve. Please visit the Local Love website and check the amazing videos and stories! Thanks Amazon Local Love for your support!
Published: Tuesday, January 5, 2016. By Elisa Hahn; King 5 News, Seattle
Amazon picks Everett non-profit for new ‘Local Love’ program
Everett Herald; Sept. 4, 2015
Rotary raises $64K for Dawson’s Place
The South Everett Mukilteo Rotary Club 2015 Auction raised $64,100 for Dawson’s Place Child Advocacy Center, a local Everett nonprofit that improves the lives of abused children. A check was delivered Aug. 21 by Rotary President Martin Cross to Lori Vanderburg, Dawson’s Place executive director. “This donation literally brought tears to the eyes of our staff. The generosity really touched us,” Vanderburg said. The money will be used to help support the more than 1,200 children who are referred to Dawson’s Place each year.
The South Everett Mukilteo Rotary Club is a volunteer organization. Other projects include filling Thanksgiving baskets, cleaning up Mukilteo Beach, volunteering at the Mukilteo Community Garden, and providing musical instruments, school supplies and scholarships to local students, among many other projects. More information is atwww.semr.org.
Letter to the Editor: Everett Herald; Saturday April 15, 2015
Learn how Dawson Place changes the lives of child abuse victims in Snohomish County
-(from the Amazon Local Love Project)
-(from the 2014 Transforming Hurt to Hope Luncheon)
-(from the 2013 Transforming Hurt to Hope Luncheon)
Kathy Atwood, former Everett Chief of Police & Boardmember of Dawson Place Child Advocacy Center