Middle school is a really hard time for kids. Not only are you transitioning from being a child to a young adult, you’re also pumped full of hormones. This transition is exasperated when a student is also dealing with a hard home life. To really help kids who are struggling it often takes a lot of time and one-on-one attention that school districts simply don’t have. That’s where Communities in Schools comes in. On this episode of Neighbor to Neighbor we speak with Ario Salazar, the Executive Director for Communities in Schools of Whatcom and Skagit Counties.
WECU Supports Dear Friend Pen Pal Project
BELLINGHAM (October 20, 2020) – WECU is partnering with Aging Well Whatcom to help address senior isolation during COVID-19. WECU employees and community...Read On
WECU’s Education First Program Donates $110,000 to Local Nonprofits
BELLINGHAM (September 14, 2020) — WECU announced today it will award a total of $110,000 to Max Higbee Center, YMCA Early Learning, and Communities in Schools...Read On
WECU Recognized as “Best of the Northwest” For Sixth Time in a Row
BELLINGHAM (September 22, 2020) — WECU has been voted the best banking institution in Bellingham Alive’s Best of the Northwest Readers Poll for the sixth...Read On