Youth Advisory council

What is the Safe Crossings Youth Advisory Council?

The Youth Advisory Council is a group of students who are passionate about helping other kids who have lost a parent or sibling. The Council will implement projects to help grieving youth, provide feedback to SCF on how to invest its money, provide feedback on currently funded services and activities, and propose new services and activities to the SCF.


Why should I join the youth advisory council?

  1. Help other kids
  2. Improve your leadership, communication and planning skills
  3. Make new friends
  4. Get community service hours


What does it cost to join?

Nothing! It is free.


What is required of you?

The council will initially meet virtually on the 2nd and 4th Monday of each month from 7:30–8:45pm and you are required to attend and participate in both.


Who is eligible to apply?

Ideal candidates are high school students living in King County who have lost a parent or sibling.

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