Shoreline Bargain Boutique seeking volunteers

Saturday, October 7, 2017

A meaningful retirement activity
The Shoreline Bargain Boutique can use a few more good volunteers.

Volunteers are the heart of all six Seattle Children’s Hospital Bargain Boutique stores. And, in Shoreline, the need for volunteers is bigger than ever.

Store volunteers help to acquire merchandise, sort, price, display, cashier and sell merchandise. With all proceeds going to Uncompensated Care for families and children undergoing treatment at Seattle Children’s Hospital, volunteering for the store is something that makes a real difference in the lives of sick kids.

The store is staffed with volunteers
Stop by the store at any time, pick up an application and start volunteering today!

Seattle Children’s Hospital Bargain Boutiques exist to provide support for uncompensated care at Seattle Children’s, and to ensure that no child will be turned away because of inability to pay medical costs.

To foster this support, our goal is to provide quality new and used merchandise at fair prices in a pleasant environment.

Seattle Children’s was founded in 1907 to establish care for the community’s poor and disabled children.

Retail had its origins after WWI, when guilds sold war surplus to raise funds. Seattle Children’s Retail is now made up of six stores including the one in Shoreline's Aurora Square.

Seattle Children’s Hospital Shoreline Bargain Boutique, 15835 Westminster Way N, Shoreline 98133 in Aurora Square. 206-448-7609.

Open hours:
-Monday to Friday, 10am to 5:30pm
-Saturday, 10am to 5pm
-Sunday, 12pm to 5pm


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