NORTH BEND — For the safety of our community during the COVID-19 crisis, the fourth annual Encompass Rise & Thrive Breakfast on May 19 will now move to an all-virtual event.
The program, which runs from 9-9:35 a.m., will be hosted by Chris Cashman and feature video messages from Encompass families, Executive Director Nela Cumming, and keynote speaker Dr. Rebecca Partridge from Virginia Mason.
Encompass supporters all over the world are invited to grab a cup of coffee and join us to learn more about Encompass and the importance of early intervention in child development.
Guests can use the link bit.ly/rtbreakfast to register for the event in advance or log on the morning of May 19. Access to the virtual event is free, but there is a suggested donation of $100 during the program in support of Encompass programs for children and families.
The community is invited to show their solidarity with Encompass on social media leading up to the event. Share a picture of your family eating breakfast together on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter with the hashtag #RiseWithEncompass. Your picture could be featured onscreen during the event!
Learn more about the Encompass Rise & Thrive Breakfast at encompassnw.org/rise-and-thrive or visit the Encompass Special Events Facebook page.
Encompass is a nonprofit that partners with families to build healthy foundations for children, providing early learning, pediatric therapy, and family enrichment for children of all abilities in the Snoqualmie, Issaquah, and eastside communities. With two locations in North Bend and one in Carnation, Encompass offers programs for children up to 8 years of age to help foster a community where all children thrive.