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Meet Our Volunteers!

We love our volunteers, and Aly is pretty special to us! Aly started volunteering with CTC in November 2022. She’s given her time to help with special projects, serve on our events committee, and help coordinate other volunteers at our 3rd Annual Move-A-Thon event. She is passionate about helping her community and supporting non-profit work. 

“Aly thinks outside the box and brings great ideas when it comes to events. While helping with a special project to research and identify prospective funders, Aly’s ability to effectively capture and organize information was a major time saver for our Grants Manager. We are so grateful for Aly’s support and attention to detail with special events and projects!”  

CTC’s Volunteer Manager

2024 BIPOC Advisory Council Members Selected

Founded in 2022, the purpose of the BIPOC Advisory Council at Children’s Therapy Center is to ensure that Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging (DEIB) are at the forefront of CTC and are considered in decision-making; identifying and breaking down barriers in access to services; advocating for families to be
heard, understood, supported, and empowered; and ensuring that our staff and volunteers understand and feel comfortable working with families of various cultural, racial, and ethnic backgrounds.

Congratulations to the 2024 Council members (from top, left to right) Stacy Brown, Ashley Ewings, Maleena Cregg, and Yesi Luna!

Looking for Safe and Affordable Childcare?

As a parent or caregiver, it is important to find safe and affordable childcare. It can be overwhelming to find the right childcare provider, but resources are available for you.

Childcare Aware of Washington: Childcare Aware provides families with accessibility information and support in early care and education from birth to 12 years old. They work with families and providers to meet the needs of your child. They offer a search engine for families to find trusted childcare in their area that will include, location, process, subsidies, and more. Childcare Aware offers information on what parents/caregivers should ask, resources for financial assistance, and resources specific to the area of the state you are located. To learn more visit https://childcareawarewa.org/