if a family goes through the food bank and has a child with a birthday that month, they get to pick out a gift bag for that child.
Up to age14.
"Huge Thanks to INWDB for provide the majority of our diaper needs! "
Baby layettes available-
please ask staff @ the clothing bank for more details
Spokane Clothing Bank <click here
Spokane Food Bank list <click here
Car seats Contact your insurance/state insurance by calling the number on the back of the card; many insurances have a car seat program. Remember new is always the safest, and never buy a seat that you cannot 100% verify the history of. For more information, check out our Car seat Safety page
If you are in need of emergency diapers please contact the following agencies;
Also try your local food bank, as sometime they carry them.
The Community Bins @ Sweet Repeat, offer FREE donated items: diapers, formula, baby food, for parents in need.
Spokane Valley Partners
10814 East Broadway Ave., Spokane Valley, WA 99206 ~ 509-927-1153
Food Bank:is by APPOINTMENT ONLY. To make an appointment, call 509.927.1153.
Appointments are available during the following days/times:
Wednesday 11 a.m. to 12:45 p.m.
Thursday 1:30 p.m. to 3:15 p.m.
11 a.m. to 12:45 p.m.
(reserved for advanced-age seniors -age 60 and over -and/or physically-handicapped people with limited mobility)
Serving zip codes:
99012 - 99206 - 99207 -99212-99216-99015-99016-99018-99019-99023-99025-99027-99030-99036-99037-99039
Clothing bank: visits are limited to twice per month.
Monday 10am to Noon
Tuesday & Wednesday 10am to Noon & 12:30pm to 3pm
Thursday 10am to 1pm
Friday – Sunday CLOSED
HUMANIX Career Clothing Bank: If you know someone in need of professional attire,
of if you have career-type clothing you’d like to donate, please contact us at 509.927.1153
Inland NW Diaper Bank: INWDB works with the social workers and others from a large number of organizations. We choose to be a diaper bank because we can focus on identifying the best ways to help the community as a whole. As the liaison between diaper providing organizations across Spokane we can act on behalf of the community, and use our buying power to get diapers at the cheapest price possible. If you are in need of diaper assistance please call us at 509.927.1153
Inland NW Diaper Bank:INWDB works with the social workers and others from a large number of organizations. We choose to be a diaper bank because we can focus on identifying the best ways to help the community as a whole. As the liaison between diaper providing organizations across Spokane we can act on behalf of the community, and use our buying power to get diapers at the cheapest price possible. If you are in need of diaper assistance please call us at 509.927.1153
CAPA Program (Childbirth and Parenting Assistance)
12 East 5th. Ave., Spokane, WA 99202 ~ 509-455-4986
Hours of Operation: 7:30 am to 5:30 pm Monday through Thursday
Clothing bank ~ Emergency diapers ~ Counseling ~ Doula ~
Mentor project ~ Childbirth Education/ Preparation classes ~Support groups
Embrace Grace was designed to help and encourage young single women that are experiencing an
unintended pregnancy and Embrace Life is a support group for young single moms after giving birth. Both groups provide spiritual and emotional support through the local church.
New Hope Resource Center
Serving basic human needs in North Spokane County
including the communities of: Riverside, Elk, Chattaroy, Colbert, and Mead.
Life Services provides whatever support is necessary for a woman to carry her child to
term and plan constructively for her future.
Services are FREE*, CONFIDENTIAL, AND AVAILABLE TO ALL.
24-hour helpline (509-327-0701 or 1-888-486-HOPE
Vanessa Behan Crisis Nursery24-Hour Child Care
When parents find themselves in distress, (emotional, domestic violence, homelessness, depression, financial, etc.) they call the Crisis Nursery to ask for help. Nursery staff members schedule the family for an immediate intake session where every effort is made to assess the cause(s) of the parental stress. These parents bring their children between birth and age 6 to the Crisis Nursery where they are taken care of in our safe and nurturing environment. Children can stay at the Crisis Nursery for up to 72 hours, or longer if circumstances are dire. Care is provided by a staff of house parents trained in early childhood development with support from numerous volunteers. While they are at the Crisis Nursery, children receive food, clothing, diapers and anything else they might need. The Crisis Nursery is licensed to care for up to 23 children day and night.
Accessibility to parents is enhanced by the fact that we remain open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Call us anytime at 509-535-3155 and ask to speak with a Family Support Specialist.
Mission Community Outreach Center
1906 East Mission Avenue. , Spokane, WA 99220 ~ 509 536-1084
Serving zip codes: 99202, 99203, 99207, 99212, 99217, 99208, 99218, & 99223
WIC Services: Eligible pregnant women and breastfeeding women, infants, and children up to age 5 receive WIC nutrition services, including: *Nutrition evaluation, education, and counseling *Breastfeeding tips and support *Help finding health care and other social services *Free food checks to purchase healthy foods. For more information, locations, and guidelines Click here .
LOW INCOME INTERNET To qualify for $9.95 a month Internet service and a low-cost computer, your household must meet all these criteria: ~ Be located where Comcast offers Internet service ~ Have at least one child eligible to participate in the National School Lunch Program ~ Have not subscribed to Comcast Internet service within the last 90 days ~ Not have an overdue Comcast bill or unreturned equipment
FREE CELL PHONE?Enrollment is available to individuals who qualify based on federal or state-specific eligibility criteria. You may qualify if you are on certain public assistance programs, like Medicaid or Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). You can also qualify based on your household income.
God's Closet is a non-profit organization. We collect new and gently used children's clothes and shoes, then once a quarter we have a Free Shop-Day Event and give the clothes out free of charge!!! We charge only a $1.00 entrance fee per family. The fee is used exclusively to pay for any expenses we incur. Currently, there are no requirements to receive donations from God's Closet. If you live in Spokane or any of the surrounding areas and you need clothes for your little ones, we invite you to join us for our Free Shop-Day Event where you can take -free of charge- clothes for your children.
The next Shop Day will be: Sunday, February 3rd, 2019
Our hope is that this change will allow even more Spokane families to get a little boost.
Sleep in Heavenly Peace wants to help fill that gap. If a child needs a bed, we want
to make sure they get one. No kid sleeps on the floor in our town.
Kindness For A Cause
Birthday Blessings are here!!!
Do you know a child 0-17 years old with a birthday who can’t afford a birthday present?
Need kids clothing on a budget?!
Check out these local stores for their Quarter Sales!!
Other Parenting classes: Lamaze, etc.
Coats for Kids
Toys for Tots
(POSTED WHEN AVAILABLE)
404 North Havana, Spokane, Washington 99202
(POSTED WHEN AVAILABLE)
The Christmas Bureau is an incredible annual holiday assistance program coordinated by Catholic Charities Eastern Washington, Volunteers of America Eastern Washington & Northern Idaho, and The Spokesman-Review. This amazing program - made possible with generous monetary funds and many volunteer hours donated by community members and organizations - provides toys, books, and grocery store vouchers for thousands of low-income individuals and families.
Baskets for Babies believes in networking with other local agencies, to serve the needs of the community.
Need diapers?.. Need a car seat?.. Need clothing?.. Need food?
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