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Somebody Needs You

From local reports

The goal of Somebody Needs You is to match donors with the specific requests of needy Spokane residents.

The list of requests is coordinated by the Volunteers of America in cooperation with recognized social service agencies in Spokane. If you have an item to donate, please contact the social service agency directly. Donors who can deliver items are especially appreciated. If someone you know needs help, contact a local social service agency provider.

    A family of four struggling to make ends meet due to illness and a disaster. A toddler bed with safety rail, kids dresser, dresser with mirror, bookcase and educational toys and items such as puzzles, snow gear size 2-3T, and shoes size 2T for a 2-year-old is needed. Contact Lindsey DeSmet at the West Boone Center Early Head Start at (509) 279-6914.

    A disabled woman needs a couch and/or a chair. Contact Kylie Miller at the Aging and Long Term Care of Eastern Washington at (509) 458-2509, ext. 238.

    A single mother of three children recently became homeless after a house fire. The children are in need of clothing and pajamas, long-sleeved warm shirts and pants for boys sizes 6 and 2 and girls size 5, and socks and boots for boys sizes 13 and 6 and girls size 10. Contact Zelia Elam at PCAP at (509) 981-6519.

    A single mother seeks items for a baby girl in the age group 18-24 months: baby gate, toys, lightweight stroller, umbrella, baby dishes, baby clothes, size 5 baby boots. She also seeks a vacuum cleaner. Contact Holly Martin at PCAP at (509) 979-2556.

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