Service to others is an integral part of growth and learning. If students can get involved in giving back to a cause or helping their community in a way that matters to them, the lasting benefits can be far-reaching. As anyone who has ever volunteered knows, the satisfaction and pride that comes from helping others can be life changing. At Cypress Seventh-day Adventist School, service projects are planned both school-wide and within each classroom. School-wide events include a Thanksgiving dinner for grandparents and seniors, providing Christmas gifts for needy children in the area through the “His Kids” program, coat and blanket drive for local missions, Walk for Diabetes and Northwest Harvest “Kids for Cans” food drive. Classroom projects range from adopting a child from a 3rd world country, sending cards to shut-ins and soldiers, to packaging food at Northwest Harvest.
How to Donate
Donations to our school in general or specific programs may be mailed or dropped off at our office during school hours: 21500 Cypress Way, Suite A; Lynnwood, WA 98036
Opportunities to get involved
His Kids Christmas Store
Coats and Blankets
(All volunteers must pass a background screening.)