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7 ways to participate in adopt-a-family holiday programs around Seattle



 

Local programs and organizations around Seattle give you the chance to donate toys, clothing and other items to families who don't have the financial means to purchase holiday gifts. Get involved by checking out their holiday donation offerings below.

 

YWCA

YWCA’s adopt-a-family program helped more than 1400 families last year.

 

Bellevue LifeSpring

Make a financial donation to their organization or purchase from their Amazon wishlist.

 

Wellspring Family Services

Wellspring Family Services runs a Baby Boutique, stocked with clothes, supplies, and gear for kids from birth to age 17. This free store gives families the opportunity to select gifts for their own kids. Find information on specific needs here.

 

Hopelink

Hopelink also hosts a giving room where families can shop for gifts.

 

Treehouse

Treehouse collects gifts for foster kids through a wishlist on their website; volunteer to help out at their Wearhouse, a space where foster kids can shop.

 

Holiday Stockings for Homeless Children

Holiday Stockings for Homeless Children puts together stockings based on donated items; find their wish list online.

 

The Forgotten Children's Fund

Forgotten Children's Fund volunteers raise funds to purchase, wrap and deliver gifts to kids and their families who are in need. Last year, they helped almost 3,000 kids in 800 families.

 


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