BBBSPS Donation Center


5023 Colorado Ave S
Seattle  WA  98134

Ph: 206.248.5982
Fax: 206.248.5195

7 am to 4 pm

Attended Donation Stations


Federal Way

Sunset Square Safeway
1207 South 320th Street
Federal Way  WA  98003

Open 7 days a week
9 am to 5 pm

You can help support our local programs by donating clothing and household goods. By doing so you can help provide local children with caring mentors!


Clothing and Household Item Donations

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Puget Sound accepts tax deductible donations of men's, women's, and children's clothing, shoes, hats, linen, small drapery, purses, re-usable household items, and small appliances. We have donation drop boxes in King, Pierce, and Snohomish counties; please use the map below to find a donation location near you, or call us if you have something you wish to donate. We can provide you with a tax receipt upon request, which will also be good for $3 off a purchase of $10 or more at any Value Village store location.

Cars for Kids’ Sake—donate your car, truck, or motorcycle!

Your vehicle will raise funds for our proven local mentoring programs. To learn more contact our Donation Center at 206.248.5982.

Bin Locations

A huge Thank You to the all of the businesses & organizations that help support BBBS!

Use the map below to find the nearest donation bin. Enter your current address in the box on the upper right and it will direct you to the nearest bin. Double click on the red bin location marker if you wish for detailed directions. You can zoom out to see other nearby bin locations, double click on any of those for detailed directions as well. To the left you'll see our weekend attended donation stations if you would prefer to donate there.

View BBBS Donation Bins in a full screen map

Who does it help?

Revenue from donated clothing helps support our mentoring programs. Just one bin lasts 10 years and brings in an average of $8,666 in revenue per year. For example, in those 10 years, five bins brings in $433,300 in revenue and supports 288 matches between at-risk youth and caring, adult mentors

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