Proceeds benefit Youth Eastside Services
Based on 257 goals, each worth $14.82
A message from Liza Wallace :
Ranked 1 of 1 fundraisers - $150 raised by 1 supporter
I'm participating in "Eastlake Scores for Teenage Mental Health & Suicide Prevention!!" benefiting Youth Eastside Services. Please support me by pledging per goal during my fundraising campaign. I believe in Youth Eastside Services's mission and I'm excited to earn your support with every goal. Please help me reach the campaign goal of $2,500 by pledging now. I really appreciate your support. Thank you!
Teenage mental health has taken a big hit this year with the Pandemic and we know the important role that sports and competition play in getting things back to “normal.” With that in mind, Eastlake Men’s Lacrosse is dedicating our 2021 season to raise donations in support of Youth Eastside Services (YES) and the behavioral health services they provide to teens. Together, we hope to engage our friends, families and teammates to raise awareness around teenage mental health and suicide prevention efforts and to support teens in need.
We invite our friends, family members and teammates to pledge support for our cause.
We will be playing 14 games this season with an estimated 150 goals (average 10+ per game). You can pledge per goal or a flat rate of your choice. All proceeds collected will benefit Youth Eastside Services (YES) and their work in behavioral health services, providing for children, youth, and families in East King County. Your donation will help teens and families in our community.
Thank you for your generosity.
This campaign benefits
Youth Eastside Services (YES) is the leading behavioral health services provider for children and youth, ages birth to 22, and their families in East King County. We provide evidence-based mental health counseling, substance use and co-occurring disorders counseling and treatment, early childhood behavioral health services, psychiatric services, and education and prevention programs. We help children and youth with depression, grief, trauma, cultural, gender, and sexual orientation, anxiety, ADHD, eating disorders, self-harming, and other challenges.
Contributions made to this campaign are tax-deductible.View Website