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  • What is a Giving Tree?

    A giving tree is an opportunity for community members to help nearly 7,000 local children who receive gifts through Hopelink’s Giving Rooms. Host- ing a holiday giving tree at your business or o�ce to collect these gifts is a simple, creative, and tangible way to help out families in need in your community. Hopelink can provide hang-able gift tags and suggested items for di�erent age groups, or you can create your own tags. You can display the tags as ornaments on your giving tree in a common space, or do something new and creative with them that inspires the holiday spirit.

    Bellevue 14812 Main St. Bellevue, WA 98007 Phone: 425.943.7555

    Kirkland/Northshore 11011 120th Ave. NE Kirkland, WA 98033 Phone: 425.889.7880

    Redmond 16725 Cleveland St Redmond, WA 98052 Phone: 425.882.0241

    Shoreline 15809 Westminster Way N. Shoreline, WA 98133 Phone: 206.440.7300

    Sno-Valley * Closed on Fridays 31957 E. Commercial St. Carnation, WA 98014 Phone: (425) 333-4163

    www.hope-link.org

    HOPELINK HOLIDAY GIVING TREES

    Gifts must be delivered to your nearest Hopelink location by the week of December 12th - 16th Giving Tree tags will be available after November 1st at all Hopelink locations.

    Please see the back of this �yer for a list of suggested gifts

    Would you like information about organizing a Holiday Giving Tree? Please contact: Ezzy Amundson, Community Engagement Manager, (425) 883-8430 or [email protected] Ashley Stokes, Community Engagement Assistant, (425) 897-3710 or [email protected]

    If you need of assistance during the holidays please contact our nearest center listed above.

  • Gift Donation Guidelines In-kind donations of toys are tax-deductible. For ease in the receipting process we ask that you consider the following:

    • If you provide a purchase receipt/s that amount will be indicated on your charitable contribution receipt.

    • Only one charitable contribution receipt will be provided for a collection that took place at an office or business.

    • If you would like separate charitable contribution receipts for all who participated in the toy drive you will need to provide each person’s name and mailing address, as well as a description of what they donated.

    • If your drive is large you would like your charitable contribution receipt to reflect a final count and/or an itemized list of the gifts donated we ask that you prepare this before dropping off the gifts at our centers. and provide it with your delivery.

    Infants to pre-school: Duplo toys Push toys Educational toys Building blocks Musical toys Stuffed animals Books & puzzles Riding toys Crayons Educational DVDs Play sets Art kits (mess free) Tonka toys 5-9 years old: Legos Board games Craft kits & play dough Webkinz Barbie Sports equipment Building sets Play jewelry Action figures Star Wars Toys Hot Wheels Matchbox cars Pokemon Puzzles Radio Controlled Cars Silly Bands Dress-Up stuff Hello Kitty gifts 10-15 years old: Legos Scooters Games Sports equipment Backpacks Art & Craft Supplies Science sets Books Jewelry 16-18 years old: Cameras Watches Radios/portable DVD Portable speakers Clocks Camping equipment Make-up Jewelry Purses Exercise equipment DVD Movies Perfume or Cologne Sports memorabilia (Seahawks, Sounders, Mariners, etc.) Personal grooming accessories (hair dryers, flat-irons, combs & brushes) All Ages: Warm clothing Sports clothing Sweatshirts DVDs Calculators Batteries

    Thank You!