CLOTHES

New Hope Resource Center

 

We are a year round drop in center for adults experiencing homelessness. Our mission is to assist people in their efforts to find safety, health and stability as well as connect them with resources that are available to help people find a way out of homelessness.

 

need: socks, shoes, boots, rain gear, coats

 

​http://tnhrc.org

South Sound Dream Center

 

We are a community outreach organizaion serving south Puget Sound with direct services provided in the cities of Auburn and Federal Way. We offer a lot of services, please visit our website for more information.

 

need: coats, hats, socks, gloves

 

http://www.ssdreamcenter.org

New Beginings Homes

 

New Beginings is a mentorship program that provides housing for pregnant women, as well as prenatal care, education on a healthy lifestyle and resources for parenting or adoption. We also have two other homes on our property, one for women who have chosen to place their child in adoption and one for single moms and children.

 

need: maternity and womens clothin, nursing bras, cami's, leggings, work out shoes and newborn to 12 clothes.

 

http://newbeginningshome.org/

(253) 353-BABY(2229)

Mother2Many

 

​We are dedicated to follow the principles that Jesus laid out, to love each other. We want to always leave people better than we found them. We provide food, clothes and what ever we can to help them out. Although our focus is teenagers and children, we do not turn anyone away.
 

needs: coats, hats, gloves, socks, and scarves.

http://www.mother2many.org

Care Net of Puget Sound

 

Care Net of Puget Sound is a Christ-centered ministry. We provide Life-affirming support to anyone who finds themselves in an unplanned pregnancy, hurting from a previous abortion, needing parenting support or seeking sexual and relational guidance. 

Our goal is to support women and their families in all areas of their lives byserving their practical needs as well as their emotional and spiritual needs. This support is provided free of charge at our 7 pregnancy centers throughout Pierce and King Counties as well as through our various programs.

 

need: Baby girl clothes 0-24 months, 9-24 month boy and girl pajamas, 6-9 month baby boy onsies. For a complete list of our centers needs please visit our website listed below. Click on "get involved" then click on "donate".

 

http://www.carenetpspartners.org

Puyallup location: 1102 Sunrise Blvd E Suite 107, 98374

(253) 770-8697

                                     St. Francis House​​

We are a center of compassionate presence and service that offers hope and eases the hardships of those in need in East Pierce County. We have many programs to help people in many different arenas. St. Francis House offers hope for the future by providing basic necessities not provided by others. We exist to improve the lives of those in need.

needs: Men, women's and children's clothes and shoes.


​St. Francis House Puyallup
http://www.puyallupfrancishouse.

The Federal Way Day Center

 

The Federal Way Day Center is a place where the homeless and those in need can take a shower, do their laundry, make a meal and have a safe environment to rest. There are computers and phones to connect with job searches, appointments, and families. Counseling is available for substance abuse and mental health. Case and Program manager assist in finding shelter and other needs. The mobile medical van visits once a month. The Federal Way Day Center is located next to the Federal Way Multi Service Center and Healthpoint for additional resources. 

 

needs:  New Mens and Women’s Underwear (Variety Sizes) • Gloves • Men’s beanie hats • Coats-Men and Womens • T-Shirts-Darker colors - Sizes Small to 3XL • Socks • Shoes-Mens and Womens

Address:

33505 13th Pl S Suite D

Federal Way, Wa 989023

253-893-7895

 

Facebook page: Federal Way Day Center

Website: www.fwdaycenter.wix.com/fwdaycenter

The Wishing Well

We are a community-based support agency that is focused on the well-being of foster youth in Pierce County. Our mission is to provide the clothing, supplies, and experiences unavailable to most foster children and to retain quality foster homes in Pierce County by addressing financial barriers to accepting foster placements.

needs: Gently used (or new) clothing for children newborn to teen, shoes, new socks, new underwear, pajamas

Erika Thompson, 206.406.2398

Thewishingwellwa@hotmail.com

http://thewishingwellwa.org/

  • w-facebook

CONNECT​ WITH US:​​

SUBSCRIBE:​​

Subscribe for Updates