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Donate Clothing & Other Essentials

Wellspring Family Services relies on thousands of donors each year to help stock the shelves of the Baby Boutique, our free retail store where homeless children and families can shop for seasonal-appropriate clothing, school supplies, shoes, learning toys, books, and baby gear and supplies.

Year-Round Needs

The Wellspring Baby Boutique accepts new and gently used donations that reflect year-round needs.  Please review our wishlist for more information. 

Seasonal Needs

Wellspring hosts four donation drives each year to support the high volume of need for particular items for homeless children and parents.  Please visit us throughout the year for opportunities to host a donation drive!

We are still accepting items for Back-to-School.  Please review our wishlist for more information.

Hosting a donation drive is a fun, convenient, and meaningful way to engage your family, friends, and co-workers to make a difference. Donation drives come in all forms and we encourage you to get creative!  You can:

  • Rally your colleagues to participate in a workplace drive
  • Invite your friends and family members to make a donation in lieu of birthday or annivesary gifts
  • Encourage your local community coffee shop, book club, or favorite retailer to get involved

Please review our drive packet and materials for more information, email Crystal Dixon, Community Engagement Manager, or call 206.902.4233 to get started.

Donation Drive Drop-Off Location & Hours

Wellspring Family Services
1900 Rainier Ave South
Seattle, WA 98144

Donations can be dropped-off Monday-Friday between the hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m, and the second Saturday of each month between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.  For questions or more information on how to drop-off a donation, please call 206.826.3050.

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