We’ll use every nickel for good.
When we are running low of essential needs we use your donations to ensure we can best meet our clients’ needs. Funds also greatly support our Emergency Assistance Program. We are proud to be able to help people stay in their homes and to help keep their homes warm, especially in the cold season.
Your tax-deductible gift will help us keep our doors open, especially now when so many more people are coming to us. Please consider making a financial contribution today.
**Per the Washington State Department of Agriculture (WSDA), we cannot accept meat donations because of our inability to verify proper handling of this high-risk food.**
Drop off your food donations anytime during our business hours (M-F from 8AM to 4PM or Saturday from 10AM to 2PM).
Use the side alley door for your food donations (see red arrow).
Consider us when you’re doing your seasonal clearing out of clothing you no longer wear. We accept lightly used clothing and shoes for men, women, children and babies.
If you have usable clothing to spare, especially for children and infants, please bring it to 179 1st Avenue SE in Issaquah. We have a 24 hour drop box at the front of our building.
For families challenged by tough times, new clothing is low on the priority list, but appropriate clothing increases confidence, helps with job acquisition, weather appropriateness and self-dignity.
Families that are homeless need cover: something as simple as a tarp and a bungee cord can keep people out of the rain.
You should know that if we can’t use it or do not have the capacity, we re-donate to our partners at the Goodwill. Feel free to ask about this when you drop off your donation!
You can also support the Issaquah Food and Clothing Bank by donating stock. Your generous gift is tax deductible.
Simply fill out this form and use the following information for Section B (Account# 88104705-1-1, DTC# 0057)
Please contact Steve Bennett (425-391-9160) at Edward Jones if you have any questions.