Help Shoreline area kids have a happier holiday season this year

Thursday, November 14, 2013

The little ones will never guess what's behind the windows
Paintings by Sara Snedeker

What do you do when the holidays are afoot and you don’t want kids to discover the presents? Ask a local artist to donate a little window painting to disguise the room with the gifts. Sara Snedeker recently created a woodland scene at Hopelink's Shoreline Center that is so captivating, it will never even occur to the little ones there might be a gift for them inside.

You can help Shoreline-area kids have a happier holiday season this year. Here's how:

Holiday Giving 

As the winter months swiftly approach, we're hoping you'll consider supporting us with a generous donation of food or gifts or with your financial support.

With your help, the families we serve won't have to choose between paying rent, having a family holiday meal, or presenting their child with a gift. Thanks to the generous support of donors, businesses, foundations, service organizations, churches and local cities, Hopelink continues to serve as crucial and vital a role as it has since 1971.

Donate Your gift makes a real and immediate difference for families and individuals in need. See more....
image Toy Donation Guidelines A list of recommended gifts for the Hopelink gift rooms. Read more...

Hold a Fund Drive Organize your community or business group to help us with a fund drive. Read more...

Hold a Food Drive Ideas for holding a food drive in your area. Read more... 

Shoreline Foodbank and Emergency Services, 15809 Westminster Way N., Shoreline, WA 98133, Phone: 206-440-7300.


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