Address:21415 Renton-Maple Valley RdMaple Valley, WA 98038Map & Directions
Services: Operates a food pantry for area residents.
Food pantry clients may visit three times per month. Clients are able to select their own food based on household size. Fresh produce is typically available.
Also provides emergency grocery bags and no-cook food bags.
Diapers and baby food may be available depending on donations.
Offers limited home delivery to homebound clients within service area twice per month, usually on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday.
Those that are living in Black Diamond, Covington, Maple Valley and the Tahoma School District.
Home delivery is available for homebound area residents who are elderly or have a disability.
Address:27360 129th Pl SEKent, WA 98030Map & Directions
Services: Provides diapers on a limited basis as funds allow for Kent School District residents.
Residents of the Kent School District.
Address:3604 NE 10th CtRenton, WA 98056Map & Directions
Services: Provides basic survival needs for homeless women without children as well as families with children, including breakfast and lunch, showers and laundry facilities, clothing, diapers and personal hygiene items.
Shower facilities accommodate those with disabilities, including larger stalls and a shower chair.
Serves as a mailing address and provides computer and phone access.
Offers temporary case management and referrals to local resources and services
Partners with area organizations to offer additional services.
Single women and families of all genders who have children.
No age restrictions for children; staff works with families to help children maintain stability in school/education.
Address:1414 South 324th StreetFederal Way, WA 98003Map & Directions
Services: Facilitates one-on-one meetings with a parenting mentor, who can help clients set up a class schedule and meet for individual parenting training sessions and encouragement.
Class topics may include:
- Nurturing relationships.
- Safe places.
- Healthy start.
- Effective education.
Specialized classes are offered for teen moms and dads.
Clients enrolled and participating in the parenting program may be eligible for additional support.
Participants earn "Care Net Cash" which they can use to shop in the baby boutique, which has items like diapers, formula, clothing and baby furniture.
Limited one-time assistance provided for non-participants.
Those who are pregnant or parenting a child who is 24 months or younger.
Address:4326 337th Pl SEFall City, WA 98024Map & Directions
Services: Provides non-perishable and fresh food and household items, such as the following and more:
- Canned goods
- Fresh produce
- Cereal and milk
- Peanut butter and jelly
- Eggs (once a month)
- Bakery items
- Tortillas, pinto beans, rice and pasta
- Snacks and beverages
- Sugar and salt
- Laundry soap and bar soap
- Diapers and other baby items
- Toothbrushes and toothpaste (once per month)
- Toilet paper
Those that live in the Snoqualmie Valley, including those who are experiencing homelessness.
ZIP codes 98014, 98019, 98024, 98045, 98050 and 98065.
Address:12736 33rd Ave NESeattle, WA 98125Map & Directions
Services: Offers a baby cupboard that clients can access once a month.
- Baby food
- Other baby supplies
- Food staples
Baby items are for families with children under age 2, but will provide food staples for children ages 2-5.
Residents of ZIP codes 98115, 98125, 98133, 98155, 98177, 98011 and 98028 as well as anyone experiencing homelessness.
Food pantry clients may visit either location of the baby cupboard once per week.
Address:5130 Leary Ave NWSeattle, WA 98107Map & Directions
Services: Provides hygiene items for anyone in need.
Items vary depending on donations. Typical items include:
- Shampoo, soap, toothpaste and toothbrushes
- Feminine hygiene products
Clients may visit once per week.
Address:3610Seattle, WA 98105Map & Directions
Services: Operates a self-select food pantry.
Clients can attend once a week.
Provides baby food and items such as formula and diapers when supplies are available.
Distributes pet food to seniors once each month, and will distribute to anyone who asks if supply is sufficient.
Food may be picked up once a week.
Provides home delivery to homebound residents in service area once a week.
Residents living in ZIP codes 98102, 98103, 98105, 98112, 98115 and 98125 as well as anyone who is homeless.
Address:711 Cherry StSeattle, WA 98104Map & Directions
Services: Provides formula, baby food and, when available, diapers.
Clients may visit once per day.
Baby Day is for children ages five and younger.
Address:1900 Rainier Ave SSeattle, WA 98144Map & Directions
Services: Operates a free store for homeless families, families living in transitional housing, and families that were either homeless or in transitional housing in the last three months.
Provides clothing for newborns through teen sizes (although, clothes larger than size 8 may not always be available) as well as diapers, books, toys and baby equipment as available.
Clients must be referred by a social service provider.
Children are welcome to play in the play area while parents shop at the Boutique.
Families with children who are homeless, who are in transitional housing, or who have been in either situation during the past three months.