Sound Pathways Launches Flower Basket Fundraiser for Mother’s Day

Sound Pathways, which serves people in Snohomish County struggling with homelessness and addiction, has launched its annual Mother’s Day flower basket fundraiser.

Last year, the organization – formerly known as Pacific Treatment Alternatives – sold 300 baskets and raised $10,000. This year, the goal is to sell 500 baskets.

“Through our work with at-risk mothers and families dealing with substance abuse disorders, Sound Pathways celebrates and supports mothers every day,” notes Donor Relations Manager Ally McGuire. “We invite our entire community to be a part of this celebration by purchasing a beautiful hanging flower basket in their honor.”

The 12-inch hanging flower baskets are $40 each. Businesses are encouraged to purchase flower baskets in bulk. Presales of hanging flower baskets are open until April 29. Order your flowers at

Flower baskets can also be purchased at the pickup point at Sound Pathways, 1721 Hewitt Ave. in Everett, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. May 5 and 6.

Sponsorship opportunities are available. Questions can be directed to [email protected] or 425-259-7142

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