King County free diapers and baby supplies.

There are free diapers passed out from dozens of locations in King County. The charities that run these assistance programs accept donations from the public, and the goods are then passed out to income qualified, struggling families. Whether it is diapers that are needed, free baby furniture (cribs, car seats, etc.) or other supplies for an infant, help is available.

The majority of the agencies are located in the city of Seattle, but there are some other organizations across King County. The assistance is generally for parents with new babies or infants under the age of 5, but the criteria will vary. All sorts of clients can get free diapers and other supplies, including single moms or dads, individuals living in a shelter, or the so called working poor.

Not only may baby stuff be given out by a church or charity, but there are other goods too. This may range from a box of food (with infant formula) up to gift cards to buy clothes, financial aid, and applications to WIC (Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children) vouchers for pregnant women. Find the leading charities in the Seattle area below.

Kent Food Bank & Emergency Services
515 W Harrison St, Alliance Center, Suite 107
Kent, WA, 98032
(253) 520-3550
The non-profit only covers residents in the Kent School District. A limited amount of diapers may be provided to income qualified families.

St. Mary's Baby Cupboard
Location is 611 20th Ave S
Seattle, WA, 98144
Telephone - (206) 324-7100
Households with kids under the age of 2 can get free baby supplies, food, formula, and more. There may also be cloth or disposable diapers, including Pampers, or gift cards to pay for them.

 

 

 

 

North Helpline - Baby Cupboard
12736 33rd Ave NE
Seattle, Washington, 98125
(206) 367-3477
The non-profit covers Lake Forest Park, Shoreline, and  North Seattle. There may be free infant formula, diapers, wipes, napkins, and other supplies for low income families with kids under the age of 6.

Northwest Harvest
711 Cherry St
Seattle, WA, 98104
(206) 625-0755
There is also a Baby Cupboard at this charity.

Salvation Army - Social Services Departments in King County
These are local Christian charities in the region. Each focuses on a limited area. The resources include food pantries, thrift stores, and financial aid. Parents, including immigrants and non-English speakers, can get diapers, furniture such as used cribs, mattresses, food, formula, and other aid. More on King County Salvation Army services.

Issaquah Food & Clothing Bank
Main address - Address is 179 1st Ave SE
Issaquah, Washington 98027
(425) 392-4123
They only support the immediate community.

White Center Food Bank
10829 8th Ave SW
Seattle, Washington, 98146
Dial (206) 762-2848

 

 

 

Providence Regina House
8201 10th Ave S
Seattle, WA, 98108
(206) 763-9204
Clients can only apply for assistance once per week at most.

Volunteers Of America Western Washington - North Greenwood
13000 Linden Ave N
Seattle, Washington, 98133
Main phone - (425) 259-3191
Free baby food and diapers may be offered for families in Greenwood, Shoreline and parts of North Seattle.

Wellspring Family Services - Baby Boutique
Address is 1900 Rainier Ave S
Seattle, Washington, 98144
(206) 826-3050
Individuals in transitional housing, or leaving a shelter, can get free baby clothes. There are also toys for the infant, diapers, high chairs, and other equipment. Referrals are needed from the housing agency.

Multi-service Center
1200 S 336th St
Federal Way, Washington, 98003
(253) 838-6810
Clients need live in the Federal Way School District or NE Tacoma region.

Olive Crest
2500 116th Ave NE, Suite 1
Bellevue, WA, 98004
Main phone - (425) 462-1612

Phinney Ridge Lutheran Church
Address: 7500 Greenwood Ave N
Seattle, Washington, 98103
Main phone number is (206) 784-7964

Public Health - Seattle & King County - Children With Special Health Care Needs
Location is 401 5th Ave, Suite 1000
Seattle, WA, 98104
Call (206) 296-4610
They only help children/infants/babies with complex needs. There may be diapers, help for sick babies, the mentally of physically disabled, and those with developmental concerns.

 

 

 

 

Reach Center Of Hope
1055 S Grady Way, Level P2
Renton, WA, 98057
(425) 277-7582
Homeless women, including single mothers, can get help. Personal hygiene supplies, showers, clothing, diapers for kids or adults, and more. There are wipes, disposable and cloth diapers.

University District Food Bank
Address is 5017 Roosevelt Way NE
Seattle, Washington 98105
(206) 523-7060

West Seattle Food Bank
3419 SW Morgan St
Seattle, WA, 98126
For information, dial (206) 932-9023
Residents of western Seattle only can help from the Food Pantry and government Commodities.

Children's Home Society Of Washington - North Seattle Family Resource Center
2611 NE 125th St, Suite 145
Seattle, Washington 98125
Main phone - (206) 364-7930
Many goods are provided. There is baby food for low income families and the unemployed. Other aid includes free maternity and children's clothing, infant formula, diapers, and tips on how to enroll into health care programs in King County. The South King County Family Resource Center is at 212 5th Ave S, Kent, Washington 98032. Phone (253) 854-0700. This location has a home visiting parenting program, diapers and used children's clothing, vouchers for day care, as well as computer classes.

Mary's Place
Address is 314 Bell St, Seattle, WA, 98121
(206) 448-2826

Pregnancy Aid Of South King County
Main location is 730 S 225th St.
Des Moines, Washington 98198
(206) 878-3770
The Pregnancy Counseling/Tangible Needs program helps pregnant women. Resources include free toys, maternity wear, food, baby items, and general counseling.

St. Vincent De Paul Of Seattle King County – Church run Food And Clothing Bank
5972 4th Ave S
Seattle, Washington 98108
Telephone number is (206) 767-9975

West Seattle Helpline
6516 35th Ave SW, Suite 204
Seattle, WA, 98126
(206) 932-4357

Seattle's Union Gospel Mission
318 2nd Ave Extension S
Seattle, WA, 98104
Main phone - (206) 723-0767
A major focus is on helping the homeless and those on the brink of it. So King County residents in extreme poverty. There may be furniture, cribs, small appliances, toys for infants, diapers, maternity clothing, and other items. Or try Hope Place at 3802 S Othello St, Seattle, Washington 98118. Phone - (206) 723-5700.

Pregnancy Aid Of Kent
1209 Central Ave S, Suite 204
Kent, Washington 98032
Telephone - (253) 852-1201
They loan out toddler beds, offer referrals for pregnant women (including teenagers), have gently used  bassinets and other baby furniture.

 

 

 

 

Seattle Children's
4800 Sand Point Way NE
Seattle, WA, 98105
(206) 448-1233
There is a low cost thrift store-clothing closet known as Bargain Boutiques. They sell housewares, furniture, toys, birthday toys, car seats, books and many other supplies.

Seattle Public Schools - Family Support Worker Program
2445 3rd Ave S
Seattle, Washington 98134
(206) 252-0950

Northwest Infant Survival & Sids Alliance
Location is 4649 Sunnyside Ave N, Suite 348
Seattle, WA, 98103
Dial (206) 548-9290
Educational Programs and Referral Services offers free cribs to low-income families in need as well as people in poverty. Applicants in King County need to have an infant younger than six months.

Ballard Food Bank
5130 Leary Ave NW
Seattle, WA, 98107
Dial (206) 789-7800

Special Child Ministries
(425) 341-1500
Families applying for help need to have a special needs child.

Next Step Pregnancy Services
Location is 17602 Highway 99
Lynnwood, Washington 98037
(425) 329-4569
Services range from free pregnancy tests and maternity and baby clothing to counseling/classes on fetal development. The non-profit also addresses nutrition, applications to government aid. infant care and parenting.

Pregnancy Aid Of Auburn
Address is 517 F St SE
Auburn, Washington, 98002
Main phone - (253) 939-6676
Programs include a layette to mothers a month before the baby is born as well as free maternity, diapers, baby and children's clothing.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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