Whatcom, Skagit, Island, San Juan, Snohomish County
The Caring Place provides free clothing, blankets, and hygiene items to families in the Stanwood and Camano Island community. The Caring Place is open to receive donations and distribute clothing on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1:00 until 4:00 pm.
The Treasure Chest’s mission is to help provide clothing and other necessities to local foster and adoptive families so those families can concentrate on other more important things. The clothing closet is a ministry of Cascade Community Church in Monroe. For a printable flyer including their open hours, please Click Here.
Sibling House services are available to all foster children in Region 3 & 4 for families who are providing care for siblings in foster care. Sibling House can assist in these areas as well as many others. Providing food, clothing, furnishings, access to enrichment programs, and even passing on vehicles that have been donated to Sibling House can help to lessen the financial impact of providing care to foster children.
Blue Skies for Children was created to raise hope and self-esteem by sponsoring enrichment programs and other essentials for homeless, low-income and foster children in Whatcom and Skagit Counties. Programs include Little Wishes Enrichment Program, Little Wishes Instrument Loaner Program, Shoe Give Program, Winter Warm-Up Program and Driver’s Education Scholarship.
The Treehouse Wearhouse services are available to all foster children in King County with a referral from their Social Worker. It is a free store where youth and their caregivers can shop for high quality new and like-new clothing, shoes, school supplies, toys, books and other essentials. We carry clothes for infants, children and teens in all sizes. We work closely with our community to ensure that items in the store reflect current trends, brands and fashions along with the basics every kid needs. Youth or their caregivers can shop the Wearhouse up to five times per year, with a bonus shopping visit in December. There must be 30 days between visits.
Sibling House services are available to all foster children in Region 2 for families who are providing care for siblings in foster care. Sibling House can assist in these areas as well as many others. Providing food, clothing, furnishings, access to enrichment programs, and even passing on vehicles that have been donated to Sibling House can help to lessen the financial impact of providing care to foster children.
Pierce, Kitsap County
The New Beginnings Clothing Closet in Bremerton, in partnership with Kitsap Foster Care Association (KFCA), provides clothing for foster, relative and in-home dependencies. Open Wednesdays from 9am – 2pm. To request an appointment on a different day, call Jeanie Johns at (360) 265-3398. Located at 1410 Ohio St (across the street from Bremerton High Football Field).
The Wishing Well Foundation is a Non-Profit 501(c)(3) whose mission is to provide quality clothing to children 0-18 that are placed in the foster care system in Pierce County. The goal at The Wishing Well Foundation is to help address the immediate need that caregivers face when children initially come into care by providing quality, new and gently used, name brand clothing. To access their services, a completed referral form must be made by a Social Worker, GAL/CASA, or case manager.
Clallam, Clark, Cowlitz, Jefferson, Lewis, Mason, Pacific, Grays Harbor, Skamania, Thurston, Wahkiakum
The Cowlitz County Foster Parent Donation Center features new and gently used brand name clothing from designers such as Carters, Osh Kosh, Levi’s, Old Navy, Nike and many more. There is no cost to use the Donation Center which is located in Longview, WA. For more information on this resource including how to schedule an appointment, please Click Here.
The North Olympic Foster Parent Association (NOFPA) Clothes Closet located in Sequim is available by appointment only. For more information, contact Amy Sanders at (360) 809-0569.
NW Children’s Outreach is a faith-based, non-profit organization dedicated to helping families in the Portland area and surrounding communities. We help fill the needs of these families, providing clothing, infant care products, diapers, formula and many of the other necessities parents need for their children. To access this service, please contact Dianna Dawson at (253) 468-3637.
Jefferson County Clothing Closet is available by appointment in Port Townsend. We help fill the needs of these families, providing clothing, infant care products, diapers, formula and many of the other necessities parents need for their children. To access this service, please contact 360-643-1339 or firstname.lastname@example.org.