New In-Kind Donation Policy
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New In-Kind Donation Policy

New In-Kind Donation Policy

2018-03_In kind donationsMany of our greatest services to our clients are made possible by generous in-kind donors like you. We appreciate your cooperation with our new donation policy, as we strive to better serve our clients and improve the experience for donors.

Items: Clothes, toiletries, food, and other shelter supplies

Drop-off: Sophia’s Place Shelter at St. Luke’s, 3032 Bellevue Way NE.

Day/Time: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Fridays from 3:00 to 5:30 pm.

Please park in the fire lane to the left of the church – there is a sign marking Sophia’s Place Loading Zone and a paved walkway that will take you to Sophia’s Place entrance.

 

Items: Household items

Drop-off: The Sophia Way unit at Public Storage at 12465 Northup Way.

Day/Time: Thursdays from 3:00 to 5:00 pm by appointment

Please visit our shelter needs page to see the items we are currently accepting.

 

Due to limited space, we ask that all donations be limited to two small bags/boxes at a time unless otherwise arranged.

Questions about our donation policy can be directed to our Facilities Manager, Mitch Birchfield (in the photo above) at donations@www.eastnewtonstreet.com or you can reach him by phone at 425-463-6285 ext. 106 (mornings) or 425-896-7385 (afternoons).

Thank you again for making a huge impact with your in-kind donations!