Michael Krewson

Youth / Teen Development & Recreation

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E 4-H Youth Development 360-867-2157

4-H grows caring, competent, capable youth, equipping them with the life skills they need to thrive, succeed, and make a positive difference in their world. Extension programs & employment are available to all without discrimination. Interpreter services available.


Boy Scouts of America, Paci c Harbors Council


Scouting programs for boys ages 7-18; Sea Scouts for boys and girls ages 14-21; Venturing Scouts for boys and girls ages 14-20. Summer Resident Camp at Camp Thunderbird.

www.paci charbors.org

Camp Fire USA, Orca Council 253-597-6234 www.camp reorca.org

Community and School/Site-Based Mentoring

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwest Washington 360-943-0409

Children ages 5-18 are matched with a carefully screened adult volunteer for a one-to-one mentoring relationship with professional staff support. www.swwabigs.org

Girl Scouts of Western Washington 253-475-0307 1-800-541-9852

Building girls of courage, con dence and character. Serves girls in grades K-12. www.girlscoutsww.org

Hands On Children’s Museum 360-956-0818 Offers volunteer positions, specialized training, community

service credit and internships. www.hocm.org &☼ Prevention Group 360-357-4472

Partners in Prevention Education

Aimed at talking with and learning from houseless and at- risk youth and young adults about what violence looks like in our community and how we can create a world without violence. pipeolympia.wordpress.com

&☼ Pizza Klatch Lunch Time Support Groups

Pizza Klatch 360-339-7574 x101

Pizza Klatch provides lunch time support groups in Thurston County high schools for LGBTQ+ and Allied students. The groups are led by two trained facilitators and help build community and promote belonging in schools.


Salvation Army Youth Program 360-352-8596 x101 The Salvation Army

Character-building programs (scouting style) for grades 1-8.

Interpreter services available. www.salvationarmynw.com

South Sound YMCA

Briggs Branch
Downtown Olympia Branch/Teen Programs

&☼ Stonewall Youth

360-753-6576 360-357-6609


Free activities for LGBTQQIA youth, including regular eld trips and yearly programs. Also offers youth empowerment opportunities, like a Speakers Bureau and Youth Council.


Teen Programs
Lacey Parks and Recreation 360-491-0857 www.ci.lacey.wa.us

Olympia Parks, Arts, and Recreation 360-753-8380  Teen camps during summer & school breaks; teen classes offered throughout the year.  www.olympiawa.gov/parks

Tumwater Parks and Recreation  360-754-4160  www.ci.tumwater.wa.us
■ Timberland Regional Library 360-704-4576  Year-round programs for kids and teens, including music, magic events, and book discussion groups at all branches.  www.trl.org

TUFF Youth Scholarship Program 360-754-4160  TOGETHER!  360-493-2230 x19

Gives scholarships for youth activity programs to students in the Tumwater School District and its urban growth areas. To qualify, youth must meet criteria for the Free Lunch Program. www.thurstontogether.org/tuff 



○ = Faith-based, & = Gay/Lesbian/Queer-friendly, ☼ = Trans-af rming, ■ = State program, + = Referral required, E = servicios en español

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