Highlighting the Bainbridge Island Historical Museum 

Entrance to the Bainbridge Island Historical Museum

Did you know that Pickleball was invented by a Bainbridge Island resident during the summer of 1965?  That’s just one of many interesting facts you could learn about the history of Bainbridge Island during a visit to the Bainbridge Island Historical Museum (BIHM). We’re excited to share that the museum has partially reopened and is operating Monday through Friday … Read more

Raising Resilience hosts a sexual assault awareness event to support youth

Raising Resilience Connection Cafe flyer

Raising Resilience shares PSE’s values in their vision for an empowered, vibrant community where all youth and families flourish. They recently hosted a conversation around the incredibly important issue of sexual assault awareness. Part of that conversation’s focus was to help educate youth around the topic of consent. Their goal was to help prepare families to … Read more

Highlighting Helpline House

Two members of Helpline House holding up a "Thank You" banner

Helpline House is a nonprofit organization that provides a network of critical social services – including children and senior services, financial assistance, and a food bank. The agency’s programs help more than 2,500 people every year. Due to COVID-19, Helpline House pivoted from an in-person market shopping model to curbside distribution. They have seen an … Read more

Highlighting Bainbridge Youth Services

Bainbridge Youth Services logo

Bainbridge Youth Services (BYS) supports, educates, and provides resources to Bainbridge Island youth. In 2020 the organization pivoted to mostly virtual services. Thanks to community support, BYS delivered the following services:   2021 has continued to be particularly tough for many youth. BYS has responded with new support groups around the anxiety of COVID and the … Read more