Drop Off Times and Locations
Donation Drop-off Opportunities
We appreciate your concern and care for kids in our communities. We are balancing the needs of families most impacted by COVID 19 with the safety considerations of EBC volunteers and donors. We have added additional drop-off opportunities at EBC Central in Issaquah. Thank you for your continued support of EBC and please check availability below.
Donation Sign-ups: https://go.oncehub.com/IssaquahDonationDropOff
Accepting clean, good quality used or new children’s gear, clothing, shoes, blankets, sheets, toys, books and more
• Car seats must be clean and have at least one year remaining before expiration. A Car Seat History Form must accompany all car seat/booster seat donations.
• You can print off a copy of our tax record document here.
Questions? Please contact Cori Benson at Corib@babycorner.org or 425.865-0234.
Our EBC – Northshore Hub in Kenmore is open for in-kind donation drop-offs on select TUESDAYS from 5 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. See below when EBC - Northshore is open in June and July (no appointment needed).
Our EBC - West Sound Hub in Bremerton is accepting donations on Wednesday evenings from 4 pm - 6 pm and on Saturdays from 9:30 am -12 pm.
We continue to assess the weekly donation situation, with a plan to re-open to accept your donations on a regular basis sometime in 2021. Updates regarding accepting donations will be posted here and on the EBC Facebook page.
Thank you for your continuing support of kids, families and EBC!
EBC - Central has community volunteer shifts available and you can sign up through this link: https://babycorner.volunteerhub.com/events/index
The minimum age to volunteer is 14.
The EBC Central Hub is located at:
1510 NW Maple Street, Issaquah, WA 98027
EBC - Northshore Hub (Kenmore):
6524 NE 181st
Kenmore, WA 98028
EBC - West Sound Hub (Bremerton):
1463 NE Dawn Road, Suite B
Bremerton, WA 98310
Meet Arghya: A dedicated EBC supporter who created her own collection site
Arghya first learned about EBC four years ago when she was in 6th grade. She spent a few hours volunteering her time filling Big Bundles and connected with the EBC mission; she loved having a hand in picking out clothing for a local child who really needed them.
After that experience Arghya knew she wanted to continue helping the kids that EBC serves. Making a regular volunteer shift wasn’t going to be possible because she wasn’t driving yet, and both of her parents worked full time. She would have to find another way.
That other way came in the form of hosting a drive. Arghya decide she would talk to all of her family and friends and ask them to bring the clothing that their children had outgrown to her house so she could deliver them to EBC. Her first drive was a big success – so she decided to host another, and another, and another.
Now four years later, Arghya runs a perpetual drive from her garage. Her friends and family automatically bring her the clothes their kids outgrow. She organizes them according to gender and size, and when she has enough, she and her mom bring them to the EBC Hub. Currently Arghya is dropping off 15 to 20 bags of clothing once or twice a year!Meet Our Board of Directors and Leadership