Winter shelters coming to NE Seattle churches, North Helpline in need of donations

Shelters for area homeless men and women will return to Northeast Seattle churches starting on December 3rd when an winter shelter is scheduled to open at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church. The shelter will rotate to four other church sites in the area through March 16th. Contact the individual churches for volunteer opportunities. The rotation schedule is below.

NorthHelplineIn this season of dropping temperatures, giving, and thinking about those less fortunate, North Helpline has also put out a list of items needed for the organization to distribute to low income and homeless people. The list is below. Items can be dropped at North Helpline, 12736 33rd Avenue NE, Tuesday – Friday from 9 am-4 pm or Saturday from 8:30 am-1 pm.

  • Toys for birth to elementary school age
  • Gifts for middle school and high school age
  • Coats
  • Hygiene items
  • Baby formula, baby food, diapers, and other baby supplies
  • Small-size turkeys

North Helpline also has a $75,000 fund-raising goal so you can donate  money onsite or online, here via their website.