Vision House of Renton is looking for local businesses, churches and other organizations to host Giving Trees to help make Christmas brighter for homeless kids and families. Here’s how it works:
Please help make the holidays brighter for a homeless family. Visit Vision House online for more info. or call Kristi at 425-228-6356.
For more details, download this flyer.
Vision House of Renton is hosting its annual No Homeless Kids Benefit Luncheon on Wed., May 18 at the Bellevue Hilton Hotel. Check-in begins at 11:30 am and the program lasts from noon to 1 p.m. The event will be emceed by Tony Ventrella, local TV personality and Seahawks.com digital media host. The event is free, but RSVPs are required, so register now.
Started in 1990, Vision House has been serving homeless families for 20 years. The nonprofit organization provides transitional housing and support services to homeless mothers and their children. Its latest project is Jacob’s Well, a three-phrase housing development project in Shoreline, Washington. Click here to read more.
You can make Christmas a little brighter for a homeless family! Vision House Giving Trees are a great way to rally co-workers,family, friends, and church family around a great cause. Sponsoring a Giving Tree is easy!
Here’s how it works:
1. Contact Kristi Slattery at 425.228.6356 or email@example.com and let her know you would like to sponsor a tree.
2. Kristi will arrange to have a Giving Tree delivered to your office or church
towards the end of November.
3. People will take tags off the tree that describe a Vision House child or mom
and their Christmas wish. They will then buy a gift card or give a financial gift
and return it to the box under the tree.
4. Kristi will coordinate pick-up of the trees, gift cards and financial donations prior to Christmas.
5. Gift cards and financial support are provided to Vision House families during the holidays to purchase items such as clothing, food, household items, school supplies and other items as needed. They’re are also used throughout the year to support the children and mothers in our care.
Vision House, a Renton-based nonprofit serving homeless families and children, is looking for businesses and other organizations to host its Giving Trees during the holiday season. If you’d like to host a tree at your location, contact Kristi Slattery at 425-228-6356 or via email.
Download the flyer for more details.
For more information about Vision House, view their brief holiday video here.
Support Vision House and homeless families and children this holiday season.
Children’s Village Child Care Center
450 Bremerton Ave. NE
Renton, WA 98058
Sale items include cameras, photo equipment, electronics, crafts, Christmas décor, furniture, fancy drapery, linens and bedding, holiday, fabrics, sporting goods, tools, hardware, collectibles, appliances, jewelry, kitchen, utensils, dishes, glassware, décor, new plush toys from small to large, school supplies, office, scrapbooking, stamping, books, guy stuff, Infant and toddler furniture, equipment, toys and clothing, heat exchanger, hot water storage tank, room heater, solar panels, clothing shoes and purses for women men and children, lamps, shelves, exercise equipment, end tables, and much more!!! All proceeds benefit Vision House .
August 21 – 22
MOMS Club of Kent Garage Sale Fundraiser
29661 124th Pl. SE
Auburn, WA 98092 (East Hill of Kent, off 124th)
Shop our annual Garage Sale fundraiser, all proceeds benefit the MOMS Club of Kent and allows us to purchase regional luncheon tickets for our members to attend.
Kids clothes, household items, toys, baby gear, and lots more.
Vision House needs your gently-used, SMALL HOUSEHOLD ITEMS to help the nonprofit raise funds during its summer garage sale. Donations are requested by July 31, except for large furniture in good condition which can be accepted only on August 19 and 20. Proceeds of the garage sale will benefit Vision House, a Renton-based nonprofit that serves homeless families and children. If you have items to donate, please contact volunteer coordinator Kristi Slattery via email or by phone at 425-228-6356.
Note: Vision House cannot accept broken or damaged items or items with missing pieces; car radios; adult clothing; computers, software & peripherals; or baby equipment with safety issues.)
The Vision House Garage Sale is scheduled for August 21 – 22 at the Children’s Village Child Care Center, 450 Bremerton Ave. NE, Renton, WA.
Our resident “store,” where Vision House families shop for free, is in need of gently-used little boy’s clothing. We currently have enough in adults and little girls, but little boys seem to be tougher on their clothes so our supply is pretty low. For more information, please visit Vision House online or on Facebook.
Since 1990, Renton based Vision House has helped to break the cycle of homelessness in men, women and children in Washington State. With homes and facilities throughout Western Washington, Vision House has helped the homeless by providing shelter, services and support to help them become self-sufficient again. To learn more about how you can help, please visit the Vision House website or watch this powerful video.