Due to school, business, and group event closures, necessary blood donations are in jeopardy. If you are in good health, please consider donating blood to support current and future patients in our hospitals. In order to meet social distancing recommendations and ensure the best and safest experience possible, donors must schedule appointments ahead of time.
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Our partners at CHI Franciscan are working diligently to keep our community safe. The hospital is in need of N95 Mask, Standard Medical Masks, and other protective gear. Additionally, they are accepting in-kind donations of hand sanitizer, disinfectant wipes, and more. Outright cash gifts and donation to the CHI Franciscan General Fund or to the Harrison Foundation will make a big difference to ensure that our front line care teams have all the re needed to treat patients.
Ronald McDonald House
RHMC Seattle welcomes monetary donations to help continue providing comfort and caring support for families in need during this time. Contributions benefit meals for residents, activities for families, and maintaining a safe and clean environment for families, staff, and volunteers.
Boys & Girls Club locations across King County are offering extended hours to support kids in our community who are affected by school closures. By donating to Boys & Girls Clubs, you are creating safe places, providing mentorship, guidance, leadership, life skills, and much more.
Food banks are in need of volunteers, supplies, and monetary donations. If you overstocked on non-perishable goods, consider donating to local food banks like Northwest Harvest. If you are in a position to make a donation, please click the link below.
People in our community are feeling the economic implications of COVID-19 widely. A donation to the COVID-19 Community Fund will help people have immediate access to nutritious food, rental assistance and get the support they need.
Staying home due to COVID-19 may be unsafe for people experiencing abuse. Our partners at WSCADV are working tirelessly to help people plan for safety by providing resources and domestic violence programs that are available 24/7. Support their work by heading to the link below.