Give Items

“We count on generous donors like you!”

The Family Support Center provides clothing, children’s items, hygiene and emergency supplies to families and clients in need thanks to generous donors like you! Please review our wish list below to see what we are currently accepting.

Download our full Wish List Here!

The Family Support Center is currently accepting the following donations:

Children’s Clothing (infant – teenager)
Children’s shoes and winter boots
Children’s jackets & coats
School supplies
New children’s toys
Diapers sized 3 and above
Intercity Transit bus passes (daily and monthly)
Non-perishable snacks, child friendly (crackers, energy bars)
Bottles of Water
New car seats & booster seats
Strollers (gently used OK)
Infant carriers and slings
Breastfeeding supplies (bottles, breast pumps, etc.)
Socks and Underwear (new in package only, all sizes & gender)
Hygiene supplies (toothbrushes, toothpaste, shampoo, conditioner, body wash, razors, tampons, etc.)
Cleaning supplies (dish soap, sponges, Clorox Wipes, Windex, etc.)
Paper Towels & Toilet Paper
Reusable grocery bags
New bed sheets (twin size)
Bath towels (gently used or new)

The Family Support Center also has a Ready, Set, Go Closet with interview clothes for men and women. We are currently accepting the following items for this Closet:

Professional women’s clothing (new, gently used)
Professional Men’s Clothing (New, gently used)
Men’s and Women’s dress shoes
New pantyhose

We are currently unable to accept donations of general adult clothing, used computer equipment, or large household furniture.

We encourage donations of adult clothing to go to the Clothing Bank at St. Vincent De Paul in Olympia as many of our families utilize that resource. Items may be dropped off anytime during the day at the Clothing Bank drop-off storage shed adjacent to the St. Joseph Chapel. For more information click here .

Donations of household items can be made to City Gates Ministries in Olympia. City Gates provides many of our families with furniture for their homes. For more information click here .