Adopt-a-Family 2019 King County Drop Off

Adopt-a-Family 2019 King County Drop Off

Summary
Adopt-a-Family gifts for King County may be dropped off from December 10 through December 14. Address and drop off times will be provided by your coordinator.

For information on Adopt-a-Family, including steps on how to sponsor a YWCA family and what to know before shopping, please read our Adopt-a-Family blog post.

HOW DO I DROP OFF PRESENTS?

Place wrapped gifts in a sturdy bag and label each bag with the participant ID #. This will help keep the gifts intact when delivered to the recipients. Please include a tag with the recipient’s name on each gift. Envelopes with gift cards should be labeled with the participant ID# and given directly to a coordinator or volunteer. Our "holiday elves" will see to the delivery of your gifts to their families.

WHERE DO I DROP OFF PRESENTS FOR KING COUNTY?

Seattle – Drop off gifts to Dexter Warehouse from December 10 through December 14. Address and drop off times will be provided by your coordinator.

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Nichelle Hilton

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