We at Village Community Services extend our heartfelt gratitude to those who support people who have disabilities. Our many supporters make a tremendous impact through their gifts of time, resources, and opportunities. Help us celebrate their contributions. Thank you!
The annual Voices Among Us concert is funded, in part, by the Washington State Arts Commission and National Endowment for the Arts.
Thank You to our Village Gala Sponsors!
Thank you 2019 Friendship Walk Sponsors! To sponsor please contact Michelle Dietz at 360-653-7752 ext. 14.
Thank you to our Friendship Walk, 5k, & Car Wash Sponsors! Please let them know you appreciate their generosity.
Thank you to Smokey Point Community Church, Olive Garden, our wonderful volunteers, and those who donated formal attire. You made the Village Prom a night to remember!
Gratitude to the many generous grant funders that make VCS's programs possible!
Community Access Participant with friends at the Stanwood Community & Senior Center
Thank you to the Employees Community Fund of Boeing for granting $39,000 for the 2019 remodel of VCS’s community room.
NW Music Foundation’s Major Freeman and Cookie Spirk with Michelle Dietz. Thank you to the NW Music foundation for funding Voices of the Village’s Voices Among Us soundtrack!
Thank you to local businesses and volunteer sites who employ people with disabilities.
Donations to the VCS Parent Fund support participant needs. Thank you Parent Fund donors!
Since 2008, the Zonta Club of Everett Foundation has granted VCS $47,600 to help women of diverse abilities succeed in the workplace or as entrepreneurs.
Thank you to our Village Training Division funders: Community Foundation of Snohomish County, Tulalip Tribes, Stanwood Camano Gives!, Zonta Club of Everett Foundation, ReMax Community Chest, and the Nysether Family Foundation Fund.
VCS’s parking lot was crumbling and now it is new again! The new asphalt is much safer and easier to navigate by our participants and staff who have disabilities that affect mobility. Many thanks to the Murdock Charitable Trust, Everett Clinic Foundation, Tulalip Tribes, and Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians!