Cocoon House to host 16th annual Butterfly CelebrationYouth to emerge from Cocoon House’s 16th annual Butterfly Celebration confident and prepared for bright future
Homeless and at risk youth will emerge from Cocoon House’s Butterfly Celebration feeling hopeful and prepared for a bright future. The celebration takes place at Comcast Event Center on April 18 at noon.
The community is invited to recognize our youth at this year’s Butterfly Graduation and celebrate their accomplishments.
With live music from a Cocoon House youth who has put his experience into song and the personal stories of youth who have overcome many obstacles in life, this benefit is a great opportunity to recognize those youth who have come a long way from sleeping on the streets.
These are teens and young adults who have triumphed over the difficult challenges life put in their path in order to get their lives back on the right track.
Their success required a great deal of personal commitment and strength. The Butterfly Celebration allows us to recognize the courage our youth have shown and honors each individual’s accomplishments.
Admission is $10 with a suggested donation of $100.
All proceeds go directly to Cocoon House’s work with at-risk and homeless teens right here in Snohomish County.
Come show your support for Cocoon House youth and let them know their community cares about their successes!
About Cocoon House
Cocoon House opened in 1991 to provide emergency shelter to homeless teens under 18. Since then, the organization has grown to include a full spectrum of services, ranging from nationally recognized teen homelessness prevention programs to long-term transitional housing.
Over the past five years, Cocoon House has expanded its services to meet the demands of the growing youth and young adult homeless and at-risk populations in Snohomish County.
For additional information and to get involved, please contact Cocoon House at 425-259-3342 or visit cocoonhouse.org.