Providence General Children's Association

Our mission is to promote and contribute to the health care needs of children in the Northwest region of Washington.

Since 1950, Providence General Children’s Association has generously served hundreds of children in our community. Our all-volunteer organization has a membership of more than 300 individuals participating in 11 active and four emeritus guilds. All of our fundraising profits benefit the needs of children in our hospital community.

We operate two unique gift shops entirely staffed by volunteers on Providence Regional Medical Center’s Colby and Pacific campuses.

Fundraising Highlights

  • Contributing more than $4 million over the past 20 years to the health care needs of children in our community.
  • Founding Camp Prov for special needs children in 1996 and providing ongoing support.
  • Awarding ten $2,500 scholarships to high school seniors each year who have volunteered at Camp Prov or the hospital and have maintained a high grade point average.
  • Operating the gift shops on the Colby and Pacific campuses with an all-volunteer staff.

To find out about upcoming fundraiser events, email Susie Black.

There are many ways you can give and make a difference in the lives of children in our community.

Honor a loved one through the Memorial Fund

Donations to the Providence General Children's Association Memorial Fund are easy and meaningful gifts to give and to receive. Consider making a Memorial Fund donation as a:

  • Remembrance to honor a loved one’s life
  • Birthday gift
  • Anniversary gift
  • Thank you gift
  • Special person or event gift

Acknowledgements are sent out to each donor and recipient or family member. The entire amount of the donation goes directly to Providence General Children's Association projects. Send to PGCA, PO Box 13228, Everett, WA 98206

Enjoy a latte

All tips at the espresso stands on the Colby and Pacific hospital campuses are donated directly to Providence General Children's Association.

Have a fun night out

Enjoy an evening out and attend one of our special fundraising events or help us as a volunteer. 100 percent of the funds raised during our guild-sponsored events benefit Providence General Children's Association.

Shop until you drop

All profits from our two gift shops help fund projects that directly benefit the needy children of our community.

Gift shop volunteers

Volunteers are always welcome in our two unique gift shops on the Pacific and Colby campuses of Providence Regional Medical Center Everett. They are a great place to learn new skills while working for a very worthy cause. Volunteers must be 16 years of age or older, no prior experience required. To be a volunteer, you'll need to complete a brief application and attend an orientation provided by Providence Regional's Volunteer Services staff.

As a gift shop volunteer, you'll greet and assist customers, stock gift items, handle transactions and provide a friendly place to shop. All profits from the gift shops benefit programs supported by Providence General Children’s Association.

For more information call the Pavilion Boutique gift shop at 425-258-7302.

Camp PROV

At Camp PROV, you'll perform a variety of support activities to special needs children ages 2-10 and their siblings at a day camp located at Forest Park in Everett. You'll help with swimming, art projects, reading, preparing food and singing. A one-week minimum commitment is required.

Visit Volunteer Opportunities for more details.

Providence General Children’s Association Guilds

Providence General Children’s Association is supported by many guilds who meet and raise funds to further the mission and goals of our organization.

Some guilds meet on a regular basis while others get together just for seasonal social events and fundraising activities such as See’s Candy sales, Whidbey Island's Bunko Party and Girl's Night Out, poinsettia sales, Fashion with Compassion and the Teddy Bear Breakfast, just to name a few!

To find out more about joining a guild or starting one of your own with neighbors and friends, email Guild Liaison, Susie Black.