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Program Overview

Promoting “Fun For All”, the Northshore Wranglers Inclusion Program provides inclusion, fun and friendships for individuals of all abilities through year-round inclusion, recreation, skills and socialization opportunities, as well as advocacy and family support.

Serving Bothell, Woodinville, Kenmore and surrounding communities, programming is a non-profit service of the Northshore Health & Wellness Center operated by the Northshore Senior Center.

Founded in 1998, annual attendance exceeds 8,000 with Inclusion Program offerings including life skills, health and fitness classes, Special Olympic Sports, an award winning Music Project (singing) program, year-round bowling team, theater, art, social programming, summer camps, martial arts, tennis, day activity program and the Kiwanis Aktion leadership club.

In 2015 attendance totaled 8,328 and with 372 individuals served.

Scholarships are made available to ensure all may participate.

Testimonials

  “My child has the most AMAZING time!”

  “One of the best learning and growing experiences.”

  “My child experienced activities that built confidence and friendships.”

  “Provided invaluable experiences to meet new people in a positive and supportive environment.”

  “My child got to experience something I had long hoped he would, but had lost hope that it would ever happen.”

Program Numbers

 

Individuals

Participation

Classes

Class Hours

Volunteers

Volunteer Hrs.

2015

372

8,328

482

914

119

704

Donations & Fundraising

  Program fees cover approximately 60% program costs.

  The remaining funds come from grants, donations and sponsorship’s.

  More details on the Wranglers Inclusion Program are online at www.myinclusion.org.