2021 Give a Night, Save a Life Event

Empower Youth Network (EYN) is pleased to announce 2021 Give A Night Save A Life event supporting our work on youth suicide and substance abuse prevention on September 29, 2021, 6:00-8:00 pm.

The event is in-person and happening simultaneously at two different locations – Infusion Bar & Grill in Snoqualmie and Miller’s – A Gathering Place in Carnation. Red Pepper Pizzeria is providing food in Carnation.

This year’s event highlights the important role Empower Youth Network plays in keeping youth connected. We know that ‘connection’ is the key to prevention. EYN programs are:

  • How To Help A Friend suicide prevention training in school classrooms
  • Hidden in Plain Sight parenting workshops
  • Guiding Good Choices parenting workshops
  • Youth Mental Health First Aid workshops
  • #YourLifeYourChoice Substance Abuse prevention program at Mount Si
  • #BeSmartDontStart Substance Abuse prevention program at CHS
  • #BeKindSV – suicide prevention program in the elementary schools

There is a $50 entry fee to attend the event that includes a ticket to enter the drawing and one drink ticket. Former CHS graduate and Nashville Star, Austin Jenks is providing a virtual song to support the event. Drawing brackets are provided by local businesses and artists. This year’s Grand Prize drawing is an overnight stay at the Salish Lodge and two spa treatments. 

Proceeds from this event support EYN’s Youth Suicide and Substance Use Prevention programs.

TEXT TO GIVE “GANSAL21” to number 44321 or go online here.

EYN is a valley-based non-profit and all donations made at this event are tax-deductible 46-4274413.

Generous sponsors for this event include Debbie Green|Compass; Larch Counseling; Movement Mortgage; Infusion Bar & Grill; Miller’s – A Gathering Place; Red Pepper Pizza; Edward Jones Duvall – Danny Edwards; Guard Well Boat & RV Storage; Lennon Crane and Equipment Company; Snoqualmie Tribe, Edward Jones Redmond Ridge – Sunil Sanghvi, and SnoFalls Credit Union.

EYN provides Youth Development programs for youth in the Riverview and Snoqualmie Valley School Districts.  The programs are Youth Suicide Prevention, Youth Substance Abuse Prevention, Youth Leadership, Youth Success! Mentoring, Pathways to Employment Success, Weekend Power Packs and Timely Response to Adverse Community Events (TRACE) programs.

EYN leads and supports the community with the Riverview and Snoqualmie Resilience Teams, Healthy Community Coalition, Key Leaders Summit, annual Rise & Shine Volunteer Recognition Breakfast, and Building Better Futures for Youth scholarship program.  To find out more, please visit https://empoweryouthnetwork.org

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