Make a child’s eyes sparkle this holiday season! There are several Puget Sound area toy drives where you can drop off a new toy. Here are some of our favorites.
Here are five great opportunities for Seattle families to volunteer together this holiday season.
It’s a time of harvest, and sharing with those less fortunate. Help stop hunger in Puget Sound by giving to one of these food drives.
There are many opportunities for you to give back this holiday season. From a simple mouse click, to serving up a hot meal, to being an “elf” personal shopper for kids, you can spread holiday cheer to those less fortunate.
Head to Lacey, WA this Saturday, December 3 to see over 17,000 motorcycles of all shapes and kinds gathered together! The 34th annual Toy Run for The Salvation Army hopes to beat last year’s total of over $230,000 in toys and donations.
Make a child’s eyes light up this holiday season. Donate a toy at one of these annual toy drives around Puget Sound.
Want to get your family involved in giving back this Thanksgiving? There are things you can do at local charities, and there are big ways you can help right from your home.
Last night’s tornado has left over 100 people dead in Missouri, and many families homeless. Here’s how you can help.
Need a new wardrobe, but the economy has your budget in lockdown? Is “reuse-recycle” a personal mantra? Or, maybe, are you just cheap? Good news — Seattle boasts a ton of thrift stores for your fashion bargain needs, including several in the SODO District. Check out Buffalo Exchange, Lifelong or the local flagship stores for the Salvation Army and Goodwill.