Spring Cleaning?

Here’s some great places who would love your stuff!

Donations needed:

Light of Christ Community Garden Garage Sale | July 7-9
Donations must be clean, no stains or tears, not broken or missing pieces. If it fits in your car, it will be accepted!

Contact: Jim & Donna
(253) 326-7166
jimndonnacox@comcast.net

This garden produces thousands of pounds of fresh organic produce that is distributed freely in the community. It operates 100% from volunteers & donations.

There’s many opportunities to volunteer at the garden and at the garage sale (July 7-9).


Prevention Time Ministries Textile Drive | Through August 2022
Donations of clothing/linens must be clean with no stains or tears.

Contact: Lorna
(206) 423-0306
30020 2nd Ct. S., Federal Way, WA

Donations collected now through the end of August. If you prefer, place items in plastic bags and leave on her porch.


Swap ‘Til You Drop | May 21
Donations, shoppers, and volunteers needed!

Share your unwanted items with someone who will make your old items new! Donate SPRING/SUMMER men’s and women’s clothing items in new or gently used condition (free of stains, damage and tears, minimal signs of wear). Items should be clean, pressed, and pre-hung. Handbags, accessories, and shoes must also be clean with little signs of wear and free of damage. No children’s items, please.

Drop off items before May 21 at the South King Tool Library in Federal Way.
1700 S 340th St, Federal Way, WA

More details and collection times »

March of Diapers 🗓

The goal for 2022 is to collect at least 500,000 diapers. The March of Diapers will collect a total of one million+ diapers since its inception if this year’s goal is met.

The March of Diapers drive started after South King County resident Cheryl Hurst visited The DAWN domestic violence shelter that routinely has babies accompanying women seeking shelter from domestic abuse. Hurst, says, “I saw that the shelter had only 1 box of diapers and I had this indescribable feeling that something needed to be done to fix this problem.”