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Non-Cash Donations

By donating items such as food, clothing, furniture, household goods, hygiene products or school supplies, our friends in the community enable young people to move closer to self-sufficiency and independence.

If you have any questions about whether we can or cannot accept an item, please call us first. Stephen Rousseau in our development office can be reached at (360) 918-7844. Our storage space is very limited.

We cannot accept: used baby and child car seats, cribs, most playpens, sofa beds, recliners and other heavy furniture, used televisions, broken items, stained or torn mattresses or used bed pillows.

NOTE: Please call ahead before bringing items to ensure space availability.

NOTE 2: We request that items be donated in bags or boxes as loose items are difficult to store.

Wish list
Cleaning supplies: vacuums, brooms, mops, glass cleaner, bleach, liquid cleanser, dishwashing soap, sponges, kitchen towels, paper towels, garbage cans for indoor use.

Household items: Gently used furniture, towels, bed sheets, blankets, kitchen appliances, pots and pans, toilet paper, dishes, cutlery, baby-proofing items, microwave ovens.

Food: Canned soup, ravioli, granola bars, cereal, oatmeal, microwave popcorn, other non-perishables.

Clothing: New or gently used shoes and boots, sweatshirts, jeans, baby and children’s clothing (mostly for those under age 5), coats, gloves, mittens, t-shirts, underwear and diapers (new only please).

Outdoor gear: New or gently used tarps, tents, sleeping bags, flashlights, batteries, backpacks, rain gear, blankets, camp stoves.

 


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