WHAT WE DO

our programs

Helping youth reach their full potential by removing barriers and meeting tangible needs with wraparound services.

One-to-one and one-to-many mentoring in for youth in partnership with our community and local school districts.

Open on Friday and Saturday evenings to provide teens with a safe space, a warm meal, fun games and good music.

projects + partnerships

Thrive Chelan Valley has partnered with many programs throughout the Chelan and Manson Valley.

Here are some of these projects that have served our local area:

back-to-school fair

Thrive has been involved with the Back-to-School Fair since its inception, where families in need can come to get backpacks with school supplies for their kids. Students of all ages attend each year from our valley and beyond. In addition to the backpacks, youth and their families can receive free haircuts, education about the importance of fire safety, car seat safety checks, information regarding healthy living, tips on financial sustainability and many other helpful resources which are provided free of charge.

empowered to connect simulcast

Thrive hosted the Empowered to Connect Simulcast to help people learn practical ideas for how to better connect with and empower youth. Empowered to Connect provided resources for working with all kinds of kids, including foster children and at-risk youth. Partners included the Lake Chelan School District, Manson School District, Real Life Lake Chelan, Columbia Valley Community Health, DSHS, Lake Chelan Community Hospital Foundation, Chelan Valley Hope, and Living Stone Church.

other projects

Thrive Chelan Valley has worked on a variety of projects and collaborated with many other organizations and groups to help advocate for the needs of kids and youth in our valley. Other projects we have been involved in include Manson Summer Camp, Chelan Swim Lessons, and the Chelan Summer Lunch Program. What needs do you see in our valley? How would you like to help be part of the solution for helping all kids in our valley reach their full potential?