Youth Investment Center program director Renne Gilliam goes over the upcoming schedule of events with a group of teens earlier this year during a meeting at the center in downtown Puyallup. The center recently received a donation of 14 new couches. “This has probably been one of the biggest donations (we’ve had) since we opened,” Gilliam said.
Youth Investment Center program director Renne Gilliam goes over the upcoming schedule of events with a group of teens earlier this year during a meeting at the center in downtown Puyallup. The center recently received a donation of 14 new couches. “This has probably been one of the biggest donations (we’ve had) since we opened,” Gilliam said. Tyler Hemstreet themstreet@puyallupherald.com
Youth Investment Center program director Renne Gilliam goes over the upcoming schedule of events with a group of teens earlier this year during a meeting at the center in downtown Puyallup. The center recently received a donation of 14 new couches. “This has probably been one of the biggest donations (we’ve had) since we opened,” Gilliam said. Tyler Hemstreet themstreet@puyallupherald.com

Anonymous donation to Puyallup’s Youth Investment Center leaves students feeling ‘blessed’

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