Tokens for Tomorrow Recipients: July – September 2021
Each quarter, Skagit Valley Food Co-op selects four Tokens for Tomorrow recipients. With Tokens for Tomorrow, every time you bring in a reusable shopping bag, we honor your commitment to reducing waste with a token worth 5¢ to give to four local organizations doing great things for our community. Get to know 2021’s 3rd Quarter Tokens for Tomorrow Recipients:
Guided by the principle that literacy is essential to lifelong success, Page Ahead provides new books and develops reading activities that empower at-risk youth. Page Ahead is the leading provider of children’s books and literacy services in Washington, partnering with elementary schools, early learning centers, and other agencies across the state.
Page Ahead works to erase the early reading gap for under resourced children before it becomes an “achievement gap”.
Skagit Valley Neighbors in Need
The mission of Skagit Valley Neighbors in Need Food Bank is to provide food for anyone in need with no questions asked, while treating those who use the service with dignity and respect.
Skagit Valley Neighbors in Need is the second largest food back in the region, serving about 2,000 families, or approximately 8,000 people a month.
Youthnet’s mission is to provide caring and supportive educational and social services to children, youth, and families to help them attain a productive and successful life.
Youthnet’s current programs are foster care, family preservation, and a school. Funds from Tokens for Tomorrow will be used to recruit foster families for youth with the highest level of need.
Vamos Outdoor Project
Operating on unceded territories historically stewarded by indigenous communities, Vamos Outdoor Project (VOP) serves individuals and families that have indigenous roots and histories, who have been uprooted from their land elsewhere.
VOP works to connect families to environmental education opportunities through fundraising, outreach, and partnerships with local organizations.