Big Brothers Big Sisters

Accepting: Gently used clothing, bedding, textiles, and small household items. 
How to donate: Visit their website to find a nearby donation bin or drop-off with their partner – Value Village. 

Elizabeth Gregory Home

Accepting: Gently used clothes, toiletries, art supplies, suitcases & blankets.
How to donate:
Bring donations to 1604 NE 50th St, Seattle.
Hours: Sunday – Friday 9AM – 4PM

Facing Homelessness

Accepting: Gently used tents, tarps, sleeping bags, men’s clothing, & backpacks.
How to donate:
Bring donations to 4001 9th Ave NE, Seattle.
Email [email protected] to schedule a drop-off

Humble Designs

Accepting: Gently used furniture and household items.
How to donate:
 Taking a brief pause to hire additional staff. Visit their website for updates on when they will reopen. 

Mary’s Place

Accepting: Gently used clothing (all genders & ages), bedding, maternity clothes, baby items, and small appliances.
How to donate:
 Belltown: 720 Blanchard St, Seattle, Mon – Fri 9AM – 5PM | Sat – Sun 9AM – 1PM
South Seattle: 4521 6th Ave S, Mon – Sat 8:30AM – 4PM

Threadcycle (King County Solid Waste)

Accepting: Damaged & dirty items. Recycle your clothes, shoes, textiles and even stuffed animals that are too damaged to donate.
How to donate:
Bring donations to Goodwill, Salvation Army, and Value Village

Wellspring Family Services

Accepting: Gently used baby and kids clothing gear, diapers, formula, car-seats, furniture, books, & school supplies.
How to donate:
Bring donations to 1900 Rainier Ave S. Seattle.
Hours: Monday – Friday 9AM – 4:30PM

Westside Baby

Accepting: Gently used baby and kids gear, toys, books, and working car seats.
How to donate:
Bring donations to 10002 14th Ave SW, 98146
Hours: Wednesdays 10am – 12PM

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