Your donations of household and personal essentials, help survivors and families build more comfortable, stable, and healthy homes.
COVID-19 specific needs:
- Personal protective equipment including masks and hand sanitizer
- Cleaning and disinfectant supplies
- Computers, especially laptops, so kids can continue distance learning and parents can connect with their advocates and support networks
- Non-perishable food items
- Hygiene items including soap, shampoo, toothpaste, feminine products
- African-American hair and skincare products, in particular Cantu, Palmer’s Cocoa Moisturizing products
- Household goods including dishes, pots and pans, new linens
- Diapers and wipes
- Toilet paper
- Gas and grocery gift cards
- School supplies
Recycle your old phone
Our cell phone recycling program is a wonderful way to recycle old and unused cell phones. Donated phones are turned into cash to support programs and services for domestic violence survivors and their families.
Before you donate your cell phone(s), erase any stored information, including your contact list, text messages, and listing of incoming/outgoing numbers. Most cell phones use a “master reset” to delete information quickly and easily. Also, verify with your service provider that your account has been canceled.
You can drop off your used cell phone(s) at most local police stations and Kirkland’s Public Works Maintenance Center.
We are unable to accept:
- Furniture or large electronics, please consider donating
- Large electronics
Please consider donating these items to our partner organizations:
- Baby clothing: Eastside Baby Corner
- Adult clothing: Working Wardrobe YWCA or Eastside Community Aid Thrift Shop
- Furniture or large electronics:
If you have any questions about donating items, please fill out the contact form below. We typically respond within one to two business days.