Free Summer Lunch for Kids!!!
Starts June 23rd – August 29th
Presented by:  Enumclaw Regional Healthcare Foundation | Enumclaw Youth & Family Services |
River Summer Cafe’

Location - Enumclaw Youth & Family Services
1356 Cole St | Enumclaw
Kids under 18 Free
Adults $3.50
Lunch 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM
Snack 2:30 PM – 3 PM
Monday – Friday
(Except 4th of July) 

Click here to see lunch menu through mid August!

Click here for Summer Meal Resources in Enumclaw, Buckley & Black Diamond.


LINCCK Civility●Compassion● Kindness encourages neighbors to gather together for National Night Out on August 5.  Getting to know your neighbors will build positive relationships on the plateau, which in turn will grow a healthy community.   Register your neighborhood gathering here or call Enumclaw Regional Healthcare Foundation at 360-802-3206 or by e-mailing All registered gatherings will receive FREE seed packets (while supplies last) to promote kindness among neighbors.




Start planning for the fall Plateau Health and Wellness Expo
October 11, 2014
Enumclaw High School Commons and Gymnasium
226 Semanski Street | Enumclaw, WA 98022

Click here for more information!


Full Bellies is Enumclaw Regional Healthcare Foundation’s newest program where a FREE hot meal for plateau families is served in a warm family environment. Meals are prepared and served by various groups in the community.

When: Full Bellies is offered every Thursday except the last Thursday of each month.

Time: Doors open at 5:15PM

Dinner served from 5:30PM-6:30PM

Location: Calvary Presbyterian Church
1725 Porter St | Enumclaw
(NE entrance off Parking lot enter through basement doors)

*Aug.14th back to school BBQ w/entertainment,
school supplies, haircuts….FUN!!

For more information e-mail Colleen at or call Enumclaw Regional Healthcare Foundation—Rene’ Popke at 360-802-3206.


Area Served by ERHF

Enumclaw Regional Healthcare Foundation serves the communities of Enumclaw, Buckley, Black Diamond, Bonney Lake, Cumberland, Carbonado, South Prairie, Wilkeson, Greenwater, Crystal Mountain and all of the greater plateau in northeast Pierce County and southeast King County.