At Crystal Springs Co-op Preschool, we strive to teach our students empathy and that one is never too young (or too old) to make an impact on the world. Our families consistently volunteer their time, their treasures, and their talents to make a difference to our local and global community. CSPS sincerely thanks everyone for their generous contributions and hope to raise generations of compassionate people.
Storehouse Foodbank Drive
January 23rd - February 10th 2023
Our preschool families continue to support the Woodinville Storehouse Food Bank by collecting food and non-perishable items. www.woodinvillestorehouse.org
Mary's Place Giving Tree
December 2021 & 2022
Our preschool families supported Mary's Place in gathering gifts for the holidays. Mary's Place gathers gifts for their annual Holly Jolly holiday party where the families can enjoy some festivities and shop for gifts (for the kids and the parents), then wrap them during the party.
November 1st & 2nd 2022
Our preschool families collected candy for Operation Shoebox. The organization sends care packages to troops overseas and returning home. www.operationshoebox.com
Earth Month Challenge
As we remained apart this season due to COVID-19, our families were united in a month-long Earth Challenge. Families completed many earth friendly activities to help educate students the importance of being 'green'. We hope this event will encourage families to live a life dedicated to protecting the environment.
Handmade Hero - Joann's Fabric & Craft
March 17th 2021
CSPS is humbled to be recognized by Joann's Fabric and Craft as a Handmade Hero. Joann’s program celebrates organizations who have made a commitment to making a difference in their communities using their hands, hearts, and minds. CSPS hopes this recognition will motivate families to continue to make a positive impact on their communities.
Seattle Children's Hospital
December 11th 2019
Pre-K students decorated cards and tied handmade scarves on teddy bears. The cards along with the 25 teddy bears were donated to patients at Seattle Children's hospital.