Donate Goods

If you have furniture, clothing or household goods that you would like to donate to domestic violence survivors, please consider one of the programs on this page. Most domestic violence service agencies don’t have the space to accept all of the donations offered to them, so they partner with organizations listed below. These organizations allow residents of domestic violence and/or homeless shelters to get what they need for free as long as they are receiving services. The items each organization can accept vary, so please call or visit their web sites for any restrictions.

Baby Boutique – 902-4270 – Accepts items for infants and toddlers sizes 4 to 7 and other children’s items such as diapers, strollers, 5-yr-old or newer car seats, 10-yr-old or newer cribs, and maternity items. All items go to homeless families.

Capitol Hill Community Resource Center – 322-4567 – Accepts adult and children’s clothing.

Dress for Success Seattle – 206-325-3453 – Accepts currently-styled, interview-appropriate clothing and accessories for economically disadvantaged women to help them acquire jobs, retain their new positions and succeed in the mainstream workplace.

Eastside Baby Corner – 425-865-0234 – Accepts items for children ages birth to 12 including clothing, toys, bedding, backpacks and school supplies, children’s bedroom furniture, baby toiletries, diapers, and cribs and car seats five years old or newer. Also accepts items for pregnant and/or nursing mothers such as breast pumps, maternity clothes, etc. All items are given to women and children in shelters around King County.

Goodwill Seattle – 206-329-1000 – Accepts gently used clothing, housewares, books, toys and small appliances. All donations must be clean and in working condition. Does not accept mattresses or box springs, televisions, or items that need cleaning or repair. Items are sold in thrift stores to support programs that help people who face poverty, lack of education or job skills, and/or limited English proficiency find and keep jobs.

The Hope Chest – 425-204-8885 – Accepts gently used, like-new furniture and household items that are given to low-income individuals and families. Pick up is available. Appointments scheduled either by phone or through website.

Jubilee Women’s Center – 206-324-1244 – Accepts donations for women depending upon need.

ROAR of Washington – 634-1977 – Accepts clothing and other basic-needs items for homeless and low-income people such as toiletries, towels, bedding, sleeping bags, backpacks and other items depending upon need.

Salvation Army – 1-800-958-7825 – Accepts clothing, furniture, and other household goods which are sold in thrift stores to support their many programs including shelters and housing programs for survivors of domestic violence. Pick up is available.

Sharehouse – 767-5280 – Accepts furniture, beds, bed linens, dishes, small appliances, pots and pans, personal hygiene products and other household items. Items are distributed to families and individuals who are re-establishing a household after a period of homelessness.

St. Francis House – 206-621-0945 – Accepts adult clothing, children’s clothing and some household items – no large appliances, king size beds or sleeper sofas. Pick-ups in Seattle only.

St. Vincent de Paul of Seattle|King County – 206-767-3835 – Accepts gently-used clothing, furniture, books, toys, and household goods. All donations must be clean and in working condition. Does not accept large household appliances or items needing repair. Drop off locations throughout King County.

Way Back Inn – 425-432-6766 – Accepts household items. Pick-up available.

YWCA Family Village Redmond – 425-556-1354 – Accepts household items, furniture, and professional clothing for interviews and employment.

YWCA Working Wardrobe – Seattle – 206-325-3453; Redmond – 425-556-1354; Everett – 425-258-2766; – Accepts office-appropriate, reasonably fashionable clothes, accessories (hand bags, scarves, umbrellas) and shoes for homeless and low-income women and men in need of clothing for interviews or new jobs.