EBC - Northshore
EBC - Northshore is giving providers, and the families they serve, in north King and south Snohomish counties access to the resources and support EBC has been providing current clients for 27 years.
The EBC - Northshore Hub is located at 6524 NE 181st Street, Suite 6 Kenmore, WA 98028.
You can reach us by phone at 425-209-1136 or by email at [email protected]
Join us at our Grand Opening and Ribbon-cutting on Friday, May 19th at 10 am at our location at 6524 NE 181st Street, Suite 6 in Kenmore! The event is free to attend and everyone is welcome! There will be refreshments, tours and Kenmore Mayor, David Baker, will be a part of the festivities.
Times to volunteer:
Mondays: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Wednesdays: 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Thursdays: 9:00 am - 11:00 am
Mondays: 6:00 - 8:00 pm
Thursdays: 9:00 - 11:00 am
How you can help!
To support the work of EBC - Northshore, you can help in four vital ways:
- Donate Goods: Donations of new or gently used children's items are passed on to local families in need. Click here for information on what donations are accepted.
- Give: Financial donations to EBC are used to purchase diapers, formula, clothes, car seats and other absolute essentials for children. Click here to make an online donation.
- Volunteer Your Time: Click here for volunteer opportunities.
- Host a Drive: For more information, email [email protected] or click here.
Where can I learn more?
To learn more about volunteering at EBC - Northshore, please contact us at [email protected]
With the support of Bothell United Methodist Church, Northshore Baby Corner (NSBC) merged with Eastside Baby Corner (EBC) to become EBC - Northshore in 2015. We are grateful for the years of support given by Bothell United Methodist Church to NSBC and to EBC - Northshore.
Meet Taryn Zier, the Volunteer Program Manager at Eastside Baby Corner – Northshore
Taryn Zier is the volunteer Program Manager at our new site, Eastside Baby Corner – Northshore. She has been a core volunteer there for five years. Her journey, however, began earlier when her daughter was newborn – almost nine years ago. As Taryn explains, “I came across information about Eastside Baby Corner. My heart leapt. I knew this was a cause I could really get behind; not only did I have a closetful of wonderful baby clothes and gear to pass along but, more importantly, I couldn’t bear the thought of children in my community going without warm clothes and diapers … especially when I had the ability to make a difference. I couldn’t find a baby corner in the north end, so I strapped my baby in the backpack and toured Eastside Baby Corner with Karen Ridlon, who shared about the joys, trials and tribulations of starting such a thing.”