- Need Help?
- Take Action
- About Us
- Find a Location
- Choose Language
Normally community members donate 80 percent of the food we give to Hopelink clients. Now we purchase that food rather than accept donations to limit the potential for virus transmission. Here’s how you can help:
The generosity of the community makes it possible for Hopelink to ensure that hundreds of homes are able to keep the power on and tens of thousands of people have food on their tables all year round.
If your organization, group or business is interested in getting involved in one or more of the following ways, contact Liz at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Online fundraising helps you create a personal fundraising page that you can share with friends, colleagues, family or your community in order to raise funds for Hopelink. Use your creativity and passion to take an active role in fundraising, donating and raising awareness. Choose from the options below to get started. It is easy to set up, and we are here to help you with every step of the process.
Start an online fundraiser for your birthday, to build up your team at your business or organization, as a way to commemorate a special occasion or just because.
Need Help Getting Started?
Download our toolkit to see how you can start making a difference today! Toolkit includes: fundraising FAQS, fundraising tips and digital assets to help make your fundraiser a success.
We deeply appreciate every donation that we receive – both cash and in-kind, as both help us better our community. A food drive is a great way to have a tangible tie to the cause, while also supporting the community and promoting awareness of poverty in our area. Food donations create an immediate impact in our food banks. We can stretch cash donations a bit further to purchase food for our food banks, and often times, donating cash is more convenient. Every pound or dollar makes a difference in the lives of neighbors in need!
Yes! We need certain items at our shelter and transitional housing sites for families who move in and are facing difficult times. Please find a list of donation items in the downloadable PDF: Most Needed Housing Items.
Absolutely! Bins and posters are free, optional and available for pick-up at any of our service sites which can be coordinated by emailing email@example.com or at 425.897.3710.
After donations enter our food banks and are receipted, they are sorted into appropriate categories by our volunteers and placed onto the shelves for clients. Our clients can visit our food banks twice a month. Our food banks are set up in a grocery store model – allowing clients to shop for what they know their family will love.
Food donations can be dropped off at any of our service sites which are open Monday-Friday from 8:30am-5:00pm, with the exception of our Sno-Valley center which is closed on Fridays.
June-Sept: New school supplies and backpacks
Nov-Jan: New and unopened toys, clothes, gifts, etc.
We find it helpful if you’re able to schedule your drop off so we can give the appropriate food bank staff a heads up. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 425.897.3710.
We have limited resources but can pick up donations of 1,000 pounds or more with appropriate notice of 2-3 weeks. Please email email@example.com if this is something you need help with.
Yes! A volunteer or Hopelink staff member will receipt your donations on an in-kind receipt form and give you a copy.
Checks can be made payable to “Hopelink” and can be dropped off at any of our locations or mailed to our administrative office at PO Box 3577 Redmond, WA 98073.
You will receive a receipt upon dropping off your in-kind donations which will include your total weight in pounds. If you didn’t receive a receipt or are inquiring about cash, please email drives@hopelink or by phone at 425.897.3710.