2 WISHLISTS FOR DAWSON PLACE

We are always looking for ways to improve the experience of the children and families who come to us for help.

One way you can help is by donating items from our Amazon Wishlist that our kids really enjoy:

  • New Stuffed Animals
  • Squishies – Small foam like balls that kids use for stress relief
  • Fidget Spinners
  • Pop Sockets
  • New Books for all ages of youth
  • New Balls
  • New Coloring Book
  • New Crayons, Markers, Colored Pencils
  • Guy Stuff: The Body Book for Boys (on Amazon) 
  • New Dr. Seuss Books
  • Junior sized footballs and soccer balls
  • Starbucks gift cards for our adolescent clients

Help our Counseling Services

It’s easy to donate directly through Amazon to help our counselors from Compass Health’s Child Advocacy Program who need supplies to help children at Dawson Place.

Shop at Fred Meyer and Amazon

You can also help Dawson Place earn donations simply by shopping! Both Amazon Smile and Fred Meyer will give a portion of your purchases to Dawson Place.

Fred Meyer Rewards Card

Search for ‘Dawson Place’ or for our non-profit number 84615 on Fred Meyer’s Community Rewards page.

Every time you shop and use your Rewards Card, you are helping Dawson Place earn a donation!

Amazon Smile

If you sign up for an Amazon Smile account, you can choose Dawson Place as the nonprofit you want a portion of your shopping proceeds to be given to. Once you have an account, you just do all your Amazon shopping as your normally would, but through Amazon Smile instead. Create an Amazon Smile account.

If you would like to give a gift to Dawson Place, please contact Matt McLaughlin, our Director of Development, at 425-789-3064.

Please note all donated items must be new, we can not accept any used items as donations.

IF ABUSE IS HAPPENING, DON’T WAIT ANY LONGER

Contact Dawson Place to transform hurt to hope and receive the services you need.

LOCATION

1509 California Street
Everett, WA 98201

CONTACT

Call 425-789-3000
if you have any questions

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