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Posted on: December 6, 2021

Ways to Give Back this Holiday Season

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Are you looking for ways to give back this holiday season and beyond? The following local agencies help our community all year round by providing essential services like food, supplies, housing, clothing and other resources. You can give directly to these organizations or donate via the City of Bothell. 

Any and all support makes a life-changing difference for countless people in our community.

Northshore Senior Center promotes healthy living and well-being in our community through programs, services, resources and civic engagement. Donations to the Senior Center support their many FREE community programs, including two food pantries, Social Services that prevent isolation, diabetes and Parkinson’s groups, and low-cost classes, like language groups and yoga. Donate via their website today. 

Friends of Youth partners with youth and families to provide the relationships, resources, and skills they need to attain personal growth and success. They’re hosting an online Giving Tree through December 17, see their Wishlist today. Make sure to select Friends of Youth as the shipping destination before you place the order so it goes directly to them! Missed the deadline? Visit their website to make a direct donation today. 

Snohomish County Domestic Violence Services is a nonprofit organization serving Snohomish County since 1976. They are the only program in Snohomish County providing emergency shelter and comprehensive, confidential services to all victims of domestic abuse. Visit their website today to make a meaningful gift. 

Maltby Food Bank is an independent, nonprofit organization that provides essential food and household supplies to those in need. Show your support by hosting a food drive, dropping off dry goods and non-perishables, donating reusable cloth bags or by making a monetary donation. Click here to learn more about ways you can help.

Bloodworks Northwest is an independent, nonprofit organization harnessing donor gifts to provide a safe, lifesaving blood supply to 95% of hospitals in the Pacific Northwest. Every two seconds in the United States, someone needs blood. Find a pop-up donation center and schedule your donation.

Hopelink works to end poverty in our community by providing housing, transportation, financial assistance, food assistance, adult education and more to 64,000 people each year. Learn how you can support their mission by visiting their website today.

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