Adopt-a-Family 2019 Snohomish County Drop Off

Adopt-a-Family 2019 Snohomish County Drop Off

Summary
Adopt-a-Family gifts for Snohomish County may be dropped off from December 10 through December 13, depending on location.

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?

Everett – Drop off gifts to YWCA Everett Regional Center (3301 Broadway, Everett WA 98201) on December 10 OR December 11 between 9:30 a.m. and 4 p.m.

Lynnwood – Drop off gifts to YWCA Pathways for Women (6027 208th Street SW, Lynnwood WA 98036) on December 12 OR December 13 between 9:30 a.m. and 4 p.m.

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Contact
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Vicki Dorway

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Adopt-a-Family 2019 King County Drop Off

Start Date
9:00 am
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End Date
5:00 pm
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.

2020 Inspire Luncheon - Snohomish County

Start Date
12:00 pm
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End Date
1:30 pm
Edward D. Hansen Convention Center
Featuring Dominique Dawes, Olympic gold medal gymnast. Join thousands of community members in experiencing stories of strength and perseverance from women in our region.

2020 Inspire Luncheon - King County

Start Date
12:00 pm
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End Date
1:30 pm
The Westin Seattle
Featuring Valerie Jarrett, author and former White House advisor. Join thousands of community members in experiencing stories of strength and perseverance from women in our region.

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