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Curbside donations of household supplies for fire victims accepted today

From staff reports

A Spokane advertising agency is holding a supplies drive to help residents of the Spokane Indian Reservation who have been affected by the Cayuse Mountain fire.

BHW1 is accepting cubside donations of the following items until 6 p.m. Thursday at 522 W. Riverside in downtown Spokane:


Laundry soap



Pillowcases, pillows


Non-perishable foods

Bottled water

Coffee, coffee creamer


Men’s shirts, pants, shoes

Women’s shirts, pants, shoes

Socks, underwear (men, women adult sizes)

Youth sizes - all clothing

Children sizes - all clothing

Household items

The items will be delivered to Wellpinit on Friday morning.

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