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Washington Kids in TransitionThursday, February 9th, 2017 at 7:32pm
We have a family in a motel that has 5 kids, 4 of them with special needs. She is coming out of a pretty bad situation and could really use our help. Her family currently needs clothes. We would like to take them over this weekend so we would really appreciate your help.

Girl 2 wears size 3
Pants, sweater,shirts, socks, jacket, size 5 diapers

Boy 6 months old needs 12 months clothes
Pants, shirts, sweaters, socks, jackets Size 3 diapers

Girl 7 Clothes size 8
Pants, shirts, socks, sweater, jacket

Girl Age 12
Pants large 14-16
Shirts medium or large
Sweater large
socks

Mom pants size 10 shirts large, socks for size 8 and above.

Items can be left in our donation bin in front of the Edmonds United Methodist Church office or pm Tracy Marulitua to coordinate a pick up.
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Washington Kids in TransitionWednesday, February 8th, 2017 at 6:16pm
We are the featured non profit at Inspirus credit union. The marketing dept. designed a wall to showcase our programs and highlight the plight of our local homeless families. Inspirus is also collecting food for our snack program. The bin is in the lobby, stop by and say Hi to Stephanie in the reception area.
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Washington Kids in TransitionWednesday, February 8th, 2017 at 10:18am
The kids are really excited about this. There are a lot of obstacles to face. Most kids rely on public transportation. There will be about 50 graduates plus dates.
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Washington Kids in TransitionTuesday, February 7th, 2017 at 6:42pm
I was just looking at our January numbers. We have placed 12 families in motels so far this year (can you imagine sleeping outside in this weather) helped 3 families pay their rent so that they did not loose their housing, packed 40 rubbermaid bins with food (that is close to 2,800 small bags of food,) Hosted a resource fair for local McKinney Vento students and made several deliveries to local schools. Thank you community... we are making a difference!
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Washington Kids in TransitionSunday, February 5th, 2017 at 4:14pm
Valentine Smiles 2017. We have a working Board of Directors, many times this means lugging items back and forth to storage areas, or dropping off food, shopping for kids. or stocking motel rooms. Yesterday it meant we got to host our first annual McKinney Vento resource fair. Families received hair cuts, family pictures, school and dental supplies. We made so many new friends networking with local non profits who all have the common goal to help the children in our community. Thank you so much to our partners and community volunteers. I can not wait until next year!!
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