This page is part of the Peace Heathens' Seattle Crisis Resource Directory.
Many Seattle area organizations (including most mentioned in this Crisis Resource Directory) rely at least in part on continual donations of goods, services, money, and volunteer time from the general public. This page exists as a partial guide to who can use what. Non-profit organizations (whether 501(c)3 or not) are welcome to contact us email@example.com to have their needs added to this list. In general, boldface indicates most urgent needs.
The following list of needs comes from Noel House, a women's shelter (call Mykel at 206-441-3210 for their latest and most urgent needs or to get details on how to donate goods). Other shelters have similar needs; you might consider donating to a shelter in your area.
Getting rid of an old car?
Unlike most programs that ask you to donate your old vehicle, Working Wheels won't simply sell your car to a dealer and pocket the cash. They will refurbish the car and sell it at a below-market rate to someone who they believe will be able to succeed in the workplace with a safe and reliable vehicle at a fair and reasonable cost.
The program is tax deductible. If you are interested in donating a vehicle, e-mail Fritz at firstname.lastname@example.org or call him at 206-860-8000 ext. 210.
Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF) needs DVD Players for the SIFF Press Suite and for their offices. If you are updating to the latest model, they'd be glad to have your old one (if it's in good working condition: please, no players that "need a little work"). Your donation is considered tax-deductible. For further details please email@example.com with "DVD Player Donation" in the Subject Line.
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