Nexus, YMCA present 28th annual Valentine’s Day Breakfast on Feb. 14

  • Monday, January 20, 2020 5:34pm
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The 28th annual Valentine’s Day Breakfast – presented by Nexus Youth and Families and the YMCA of Greater Seattle – returns to Grace Community Church on Friday, Feb. 14.

The program, a major fundraising event for the agency, begins at 6:30 a.m. in the church’s spacious hall, 1320 Auburn Way S. All are welcome.

Celebrate the history of Nexus Youth and Families, meet clients and hear their stories and help continue the Nexus Youth and Families’ work as part of the YMCA of Greater Seattle and usher in a new era of community and collaboration.

Founded in 1973, Nexus Youth and Families is a nonprofit agency committed to serving the South King County region of Washington. It offers free and low-cost behavioral health care, emergency shelter, ongoing case management and other services to youth ages birth to 24 and their families. By partnering with local businesses, school districts, sponsors and friends it seeks to create a community in which every family receives the support they need to thrive.

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