What goods should I pick up to help a foster child?
Take this wish list with you to the department store, purchase any (or all) of the goods on the list, and deliver it to one of the HDR drop-off locations.
Where can I drop off items in Seattle?
Bring your donations to the front desk.
Where can I drop off items in bellevue?
There’s a box on the 12th floor for shopped items. Jennifer O’Rear will collect monetary donations.



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Help give foster kids a great first day of school

Treehouse’s new goal is to ensure that foster youth in King County graduate high school at the same rate as their peers, with a plan for their future, by 2017. This is an enormous and essential undertaking. That’s why Back-to-School drives at Treehouse are so important! Aimed at empowering you with the tools you need to engage your online networks of friends, family and colleagues, Back-to-School is your chance to give foster kids a childhood and a future.

Washington State gives foster parents just $300 per year to clothe a growing child. It’s just not enough. Thank you for giving foster kids the chance to go back to school fitting in and feeling great.

Donation drives that support Treehouse, coordinated by people in the community just like you, are the reason we are able to ensure that each foster child has the essentials. Thank you for taking the time to incorporate Treehouse into your life, whether you are hosting a drive or supporting from afar!

Go back to HDR’s donation drive page

About Treehouse

With fierce optimism, Treehouse invests in the lives of young people who have faced the deep wounds from a crisis of parenting. In helping them to secure the essential education, basic material needs, and social experiences they equally deserve, we help kids in foster care discover their own resilience and strength. Treehouse is committed to leveling the playing field for youth in foster care, so that each is included, may prosper in, and contribute to society.