Toiletries/Hygiene Prods

The Salvation Army

Items Needed: | | | | | | | | |

Specific information about items needed

Please contact us first about any items you wish to donate.

Current Focus or Seasonal Items

Toys, winter clothing

Short list of items NOT needed

Goals of Organization and who will benefit

Our Mission: to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.

Phone

206-281-4600

Fax

206-281-8031

General Email

michelle.shukis@usw.sarmy.org

Address to deliver items to (if different than above)

Open Hours

8-4:00

Do we collect?

Yes

501(c)(3)- EIN Tax Identification number

94-1156347

Contact Name

Michelle Shukis

Role within organization

Development Assistant

Contact Phone

206-217-1249

Email

michelle.shukis@usw.sarmy.org

Additional Information

Terms & Conditions

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Compass Center

Items Needed: | | | | | | | |

Specific information about items needed

The Compass Center needs the following items: new, unopened travel sized hygiene items, feminine hygiene products, new or gently used bath towels, new or gently used twin flat and fitted sheets, bowls, plates, mugs, silverware, laundry detergent, boxed or bagged cereal, coffee, tea, powdered creamer, peanut butter, granola bars, paper or plastic plates, plastic cutlery, hot beverage cups. Please call 206-357-3138 before delivering. Refer to our website for up-to-date needs.

Current Focus or Seasonal Items

New, never-been-worn flip flops or shower shoes.

Short list of items NOT needed

We do not accept used clothing. No children's items, please.

Goals of Organization and who will benefit

The Compass Center provides transitional and emergency services to homeless men and women at 13 locations in the Puget Sound Region. In the Lutheran tradition of caring through serving, The Compass Center offers unique services and structured programs that promote the dignity of each person and lead individuals from homelessness to independence and healthy community life. Our services include hygiene facilities (showers and laundry), banking and mailing, emergency shelters, transitional housing, and permanent low-income housing.

Phone

206-357-3138

Fax

206-461-3874

General Email

Address to deliver items to (if different than above)

210 Alaskan Way S Seattle, WA 98104

Open Hours

M-F 9:00am-5:00pm

Do we collect?

No

501(c)(3)- EIN Tax Identification number

910578229

Contact Name

Julia MacCracken

Role within organization

Development Assistant

Contact Phone

206-357-3138

Email

jmaccracken@compasscenter.org

Additional Information

Terms & Conditions

Agree

United Friends Group Homes

Items Needed: | | | |

Specific information about items needed

Current Focus or Seasonal Items

Short list of items NOT needed

Goals of Organization and who will benefit

United Friends provides residential care for twenty-two adults with developmental disabilites. We have three licensed boarding homes in the Seattle area.

Phone

(206) 782-8705

Fax

(206) 782-6043

General Email

Address to deliver items to (if different than above)

Open Hours

Do we collect?

501(c)(3)- EIN Tax Identification number

23-7396644

Contact Name

Anne Higbee-Owens

Role within organization

Executive Director

Contact Phone

(206) 782-8705

Email

Additional Information

Terms & Conditions

Agree

Bread of Life Mission

Items Needed: | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |

Specific information about items needed

Current Focus or Seasonal Items

We are in great need of warm clothing and blankets.

Short list of items NOT needed

Goals of Organization and who will benefit

Our Mission is to serve the homeless men of Seattle by providing shelter, food and clothing.

Phone

206-682-3579

Fax

206-682-3761

General Email

francine@breadoflifemission

Address to deliver items to (if different than above)

Open Hours

10am to 4pm

Do we collect?

Yes

501(c)(3)- EIN Tax Identification number

91-6057907

Contact Name

Francine Ward

Role within organization

Development Coordinator

Contact Phone

206-682-3579 ext. 22

Email

francine@breadoflifemission

Additional Information

Terms & Conditions

Agree

Seattle Children's Home

Items Needed: | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |

Specific information about items needed

Seattle Children's Home has many programs to serve children. Our need for donated items relates primarily to our residential program where we have up to 21 teens in our care 24-hours a day. Clothing, games and toys for teens ages 13 to 17 are most needed. Of course, please contact us before dropping off any donation to make sure in fills a current need. Thank you!

Current Focus or Seasonal Items

During the holidays we are particularly seeking donations that will fill holiday gift requests from our clients. Please contact Seattle Children's Home at 206-298-9651 or hsernett@SeattleChildrensHome.org for more details. During the spring and summer months we greatly appreciate the donation of plant material, seeds, potting items and yards of soil.

Short list of items NOT needed

Seattle Children's Home can not accept Gas washer/dryers, baby clothing/accessories, small kitchen appliances.

Goals of Organization and who will benefit

Seattle Children's Home provides therapy services to help children with emotional, behavioral and developmental challenges. We have been dedicated to helping children and their families since 1884 and our unique path of assessment and treatment has helped thousands of children in the past decade.

Phone

206-283-3300

Fax

General Email

info@SeattleChildrensHome.org

Address to deliver items to (if different than above)

Open Hours

M-F 9am to 4:30pm

Do we collect?

Yes

501(c)(3)- EIN Tax Identification number

91-0565572

Contact Name

Helen Sernett

Role within organization

Development & Marketing Specialist

Contact Phone

206-298-9651

Email

hsernett@seattlechildrenshome.org

Additional Information

Pick up is only available for large items and must be scheduled during the week day at a mutually agreeable time. Donor must be present at the pick-up site and items must be at street level.

Terms & Conditions

Agree

R.O.A.R. of Washington

Items Needed: | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |

Specific information about items needed

We support homeless prevention so many times we have homeless people moving into an apartment with no furniture: so we need to furnish the appt. We also provide drinks such as bottled water and lunches every day. We have children’s programs that need school supplies, sleeping bags and toys. For operations we need computers, flat screen monitors, computer projector, laser copy machines and cartridges and any other office supplies such as copy paper.

Current Focus or Seasonal Items

Summer: (June)sleeping bags and suitcases for kids camp, Fall (August): Backpacks full of school supplies Winter: kids coats, small blankets Winter Holidays (December): toys/books for kids ages to 16

Short list of items NOT needed

Anything we do not use or cannot give to a client we give to other not-for-profits.

Goals of Organization and who will benefit

Our mission is to end homelessness, we have 3 primary goals. Our primary focus is on homeless prevention those families who are low income in need of basic life support resources such as rent, utilities, bus tickets, or other modes of transportation to critical appointments. Our second goal is support children who are a member of a low income or homeless family with school supplies, tutoring, gifts, and camping in the summer. Our third goal is supporting other not-for-profits (such as WIN 2-1-1-)or governmental organizations in sustaining operations during a crisis such as the flooding this month in November. We believe with proper planning and training organizations will be able to continue supporting their clientele during technological or natural disasters with appropriate social services.

Phone

206-634-1977

Fax

206-634-1981

General Email

staff@roarofwashington.org

Address to deliver items to (if different than above)

We do collect sometimes depending on the situation.

Open Hours

9:00 - 5:00

Do we collect?

No

501(c)(3)- EIN Tax Identification number

91-1564556

Contact Name

Victoria D. Leighton

Role within organization

Executive Director

Contact Phone

206-293-9864

Email

staff@roarofwashington.org

Additional Information

Terms & Conditions

Agree

University Street Ministry (Teen Feed and Service Links for Youth)

Items Needed: | | | | |

Specific information about items needed

back packs, sleeping bags, blankets, lightly used clothing, bus tokens, phone cards, gifts cards, and hotel sized toiletries

Current Focus or Seasonal Items

Short list of items NOT needed

Goals of Organization and who will benefit

USM is dedicated to feeding the hunger and securing the health and housing of youth-in-need. All of our activities are directed to the achievement of 3 objectives: Establishing Relationships, Providing Support, and Facilitating Transition. We mean to increase the number of our relationships with street-involved youth, the timeliness of our response to their needs and the frequency of our contact. Our service is successful when we increase the number of long-term relationships, reduce the number and frequency of untreated health concerns, and increase the number of new active case management files. The measure of our achievement in effecting transition off the streets is found in the proportion of our enrolled youth who are engaged in transitional services, the rate of successful referrals to transition programs, and the frequency and incidence of follow-up support for youth who have completed their transition from street life.

Phone

206.522.4366

Fax

206.522.3043

General Email

allison@teenfeed.org

Address to deliver items to (if different than above)

Open Hours

Please call

Do we collect?

Yes

501(c)(3)- EIN Tax Identification number

94-3034862

Contact Name

Allison Lord

Role within organization

Development Director

Contact Phone

206.957.3538

Email

allison@teenfeed.org

Additional Information

Terms & Conditions

Agree

Plymouth Housing Group

Items Needed: | |

Specific information about items needed

Plymouth Housing Group’s Essential Supply Center is a volunteer-run, donation-driven resource for our tenants to procure essential household items they might not otherwise be able to afford. Your donation of new or gently used, clean household goods allows us to create a sense of home for those who have not had their own place for many years. Unlike other donation centers, we do not resell any items to fund programs; your donation is used directly by those who need it.

Current Focus or Seasonal Items

LINENS: Twin sheets, Pillows (new preferred), Blankets or comforters, Twin mattress covers, Towels, Dish towels KITCHENWARE: Pots & pans, Dishes, Cutlery, Cooking utensils, Toasters, toaster ovens, coffee makers, Tupperware with lids, Can openers, Cutting boards OTHER: Laundry baskets, small trash cans, Clocks & clock radios, Hygiene items, Throw rugs, Outdoor gear (gloves, umbrellas, hats, backpacks)

Short list of items NOT needed

Furniture, Clothing, Children's items, Older electronic items like computers and television sets,

Goals of Organization and who will benefit

Plymouth Housing Group works to eliminate homelessness and stabilize homeless and very low-income people in housing by preserving, developing, and operating safe, decent, affordable housing, and by providing opportunities for homeless and very low-income people to improve their lives.

Phone

206-374-9409

Fax

General Email

volunteer@plymouthhousing.org

Address to deliver items to (if different than above)

Open Hours

Monday- Friday 8am- 5pm

Do we collect?

No

501(c)(3)- EIN Tax Identification number

91-1122621

Contact Name

Mary Ann Lambert

Role within organization

Donor Relations and Event Manager

Contact Phone

206-267-4721

Email

rpogany@plymouthhousing.org

Additional Information

Terms & Conditions

Agree

University District Youth Center

Items Needed: | | | | | | | |

Specific information about items needed

Please call before delivering items. We cannot accept items that are damaged or in poor condition. Donations of food items must comply with Department of Health standards. Please see Washington State Department of Health website for more information at http://www.doh.wa.gov/ehp/sf/Pubs/FoodRule/food-donations-guidelines-1204.doc.

Current Focus or Seasonal Items

Short list of items NOT needed

Goals of Organization and who will benefit

The University District Youth Center provides homeless, at-risk, runaway, and/or street involved youth between the ages of 13-22 the opportunity, tools, and support in transitioning to better living while creating a safe, nurturing environment that values and respects the cultural diversity of the youth we serve. Our program provides drop-in services for youth can get their basic needs met, and offers them the opportunity to receive case management, mental health, and chemical dependency services.

Phone

(206) 526-2992 ext. 12

Fax

General Email

julias@ccsww.org

Address to deliver items to (if different than above)

Open Hours

Monday through Friday 9-5

Do we collect?

No

501(c)(3)- EIN Tax Identification number

911585652

Contact Name

Julia Stewart

Role within organization

?

Contact Phone

(206) 526-2992 ext. 12

Email

julias@ccsww.org

Additional Information

Terms & Conditions

Agree

YWCA Angeline's Center for Homeless Women

Items Needed: | | | | | |

Specific information about items needed

We serve approximately 250 homeless women a day, so our needs are great. We can also use hats,scarves, gloves, underwear and socks for women 18 - 80 years of age. Towels and washcloths, feminine hygiene products, including Depends. Toothbrushes, toothpaste, combs, deodorant, lotion, razors, small packets of Kleenex, hair products for Black Women. Sweat shirt and pants sizes 1X - 5X only.

Current Focus or Seasonal Items

Stocking items for 250 women. Perfume, fun socks, umbrellas, wallets, jewelry, earplugs, eye masks (used by airlines) brushes, pens, small appointment books, slippers, fanny backs, small alarm clocks

Short list of items NOT needed

No electronic equipment, no clothes, except the sweat shirts and pants listed. No furniture

Goals of Organization and who will benefit

Angeline's Center is a safe, welcoming, supportive, clean environment for homeless women. We provide laundry facilities, showers, meals, beds for napping, referrals, activities and classes, phones, mental health counseling, medical, vision, dental referral, on staff nursing and legal services. These services are provided 24/7, including holidays.

Phone

206-436-8650

Fax

206-462-4453

General Email

ndaiker@ywcaworks.org

Address to deliver items to (if different than above)

Same as below. Please state that the donation is for Angeline's Center, attention Nance Daiker

Open Hours

8-7:00 weekdays and weekends

Do we collect?

No

501(c)(3)- EIN Tax Identification number

EIN #91-0482890

Contact Name

Nance Daiker

Role within organization

Program Manager

Contact Phone

206-436-8661

Email

ndaiker@ywcaworks.org

Additional Information

Terms & Conditions

Agree

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