Microsoft Giving Tree
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Microsoft Giving Tree

2018-01_MS Giving TreeWe were thrilled to have been a part of the Microsoft Giving Tree campaign this year!

On Wednesday, Dec 13, volunteers and staff visited Microsoft Corporation in Redmond to collect gifts donated by their employees. Each gift corresponded with a tag that we provided them earlier, listing an item that we need for our clients.

The gifts we received are for women in all of our programs and include sleeping bags, luggage, neck pillows, electronics, microwaves, vacuum cleaners, jackets and more.

The generous donations of Microsoft employees, along with the matching gifts provided by Microsoft, help us to provide women experiencing homelessness their essential supplies and a little extra joy. This is a win-win for the community, the women in our shelter, and Microsoft employees who want to make a positive impact in their community. We are also proud to have many Microsoft employees serve as volunteers, giving of their time and talent.

Thank you for being such generous neighbors and always caring about the community.

View photos from The Giving Tree pick up day.