Somebody needs you
Thu., June 9, 2005
Somebody Needs You aims to match donors with needy Spokane residents.
The list of requests is coordinated by the Volunteers of America in cooperation with social service agencies in Spokane.
If you have an item to donate, please contact the agency listed below. Donors who can deliver items are especially appreciated.
•Young family with 3-month-old needs microwave, dishes, twin bed and a kitchen table and chairs. Contact Martha at CHAS, 444-8888.
•Young family with 2-month-old needs kitchen table, dishes, bed, dresser and infant rocking chair. Contact Martha at CHAS, 444-8888.
•Low-income teen needs queen bed, couch, dresser, kitchen table and chairs, coffee table, end tables and a TV. Contact Sheri at VOA, 482-5095.
•Single mom with four children needs bunk beds or twin beds for the kids. Contact Leslie at Spokane Valley HEART, 228-4114.
•Single low-income man with two boys needs a queen bed, recliner, three dressers, towels, pots and pans and a sewing machine. Contact Sal at Spokane Mental Health, 838-4651, ext. 5120.
•Single mom with two children needs coffee pot and entertainment center. Contact Jennifer at TLC, 327-4396.
•Single mom with two children needs queen bed and small computer desk with chair. Contact Billie at TLC, 328-4359.
•Low-income person needs table and chairs, and a computer. Contact Patty at Women’s Drop In Center, 455-4249.
•Low-income mom with two children needs kitchen items, towels, rugs, linens, blankets and two twin beds. Contact Kim at YWCA, 326-1190, ext. 117.
•Low-income family needs two twin beds, one queen bed, three dressers and dining table with four chairs. Contact Kim at YWCA, 326-1190, ext. 117.
•Low-income mom needs 14 curtain rods. Contact Erica at ALTCEW, 458-2509, ext. 261.
•Low-income blind female needs reclining rocking chair. Contact Erica at ALTCEW, 458-2509, ext. 261.
•Low income disabled female needs kitchen and bathroom towels, cleaning rags and cleaning supplies. Contact Erica at ALTCEW, 458-2509, ext. 261.
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