Donations

“I found myself homeless and lost a few years ago. My experience since then has been eye-opening, humbling, and life-changing. I have so much to be thankful for. There’s no way I can imagine living the rest of my life without giving back to my community. Thank you for my brand new life of growth and giving.”

—Plymouth tenant James M.

Would you like to support Plymouth’s work?

Plymouth’s permanent housing and support services—and their life-changing outcomes—are made possible by the generous donations we receive.

Because Plymouth Housing Group is a 501(C)3 not-for-profit organization, contributions are tax-deductible. Those interested in donating their time and talent can visit the Volunteer Section of the website.

You can donate by credit card using this secure online form. (See below for information about other ways to donate).

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Other Ways to Donate to Plymouth Housing Group

Workplace Giving

Designate your gift to Plymouth through the United Way and other federated workplace campaigns.

Matching Gifts

Ask your employer to match your gift to Plymouth.

Bequeath a Gift

Remember Plymouth Housing Group in your will.

Donate by Phone

Call us at 206.374.9409 ext. 152 with your credit card information. You can also call this number for information about donations of any kind.

Donate by Mail

You may mail donations to: Plymouth Housing Group | Attn: Resource Development | 2113 Third Avenue, Seattle, WA 98121.

Donate Stock

Contact Lynn Beck, Chief Development Officer at 206.374.9409 ext. 143 or email her at lbeck@plymouthhousing.org

Donate Household Goods and Food

Plymouth residents need basic household items, such as kitchen utensils, pots and pans, plates and glasses, towels, twin sheets, pillows, blankets and dishware. We also accept toiletries, household cleaning supplies, and emergency food supplies. We also can accept small appliances, lamps, small rugs, and clocks.

Here are our most pressing current needs:

Food Pantry Items. We depend on community donations to stock the food pantry in the ESC. This food is available for the Emergency Food Bags given to tenants in times of need. Right now we are low on the following items: rice, canned protein such as tuna and ham, canned fruit, cereal, and nuts. Please drop off an item or two if you can (no pun intended)!

Gift Cards. Gift cards from supermarkets, delis, and eateries enable us to plan and serve well-balanced, nourishing and festive holiday meals. Holiday meals are some of the most anticipated and deeply cherished events at Plymouth because they bring residents together in community to celebrate the day and each other.

Inspire Photography. The swift pace of constantly updated technology has left many of us with older digital cameras we no longer use. These forgotten cameras could be the inspiration for a budding photographer living at Plymouth. We are seeking donations of digital cameras for tenants hoping to show their photography in this summer’s art fair. Check your shelves for any point-and-shoots you can part with. Any style/brand accepted as long as it’s in good working condition and includes its charging mechanism. Donations accepted throughout the month of June.

We’re sorry, but we are unable to accept furniture or clothing.

See a full list of the household items and food we accept.

 

Plymouth residents shop at the Essential Supply Center with their Case Managers


Plymouth’s Essential Supply Center is located at 2121 Third Avenue, Seattle 98121. Donations are accepted seven days a week at the Simons Apartments next door at 2119 Third Avenue.

 

To make a donation to our Essential Supply Center or for more information on what we accept, please contact our Volunteer Manager at 206.374.9409, ext. 135 or volunteer@plymouthhousing.org.

Plymouth Housing Group is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Download 501(c)3 documentation. Your donations are tax-deductible. Acknowledgement will be sent by mail. Please note that all donations are final.

Official registration and financial information about Plymouth Housing Group is on file with the Washington Secretary of State and is available by calling 1-800-GIVE. Registration does not imply endorsement.

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