Windermere Mercer Island Donation Drive benefitting Eastside Baby Corner

May 23, 2016 | by Erin Sirianni

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Windermere Mercer Island – my office! – is hosting a donation drive benefitting Eastside Baby Corner (EBC), a local non-profit that helps provide basic necessities to children via local social service providers. This is part of our annual 2016 Community Service Day project.

mercer-island-windermere-eastside-baby-cornerItems needed:
We are seeking the following items for children of EBC: boys and girls socks & underwear, diapers, pull-ups, lotion, shampoo, colored markers and pencils, Spanish books, school-age boys shoes.

How to donate:
If you would like to make a donation, I would gladly stop by and pick up your donation from you!  Or you can also bring your donation to our office located at 2737 77th Ave SE STE 100, Mercer Island.

About Eastside Baby Corner:
Eastside Baby Corner helps kids thrive by providing basic necessities for children so that EBC’s partners—schools, social service agencies, food banks, hospitals–can help families become stable, safe, housed, fed and employed. Relying almost exclusively on volunteers, EBC takes in donations of children’s clothing and goods from the community, supplements the donations with purchases of baby food, formula, car seat and diapers, and annually distributes nearly over $4,500,000 worth of goods for kids from birth to age 12 directly to nearly every agency serving families in greater east King County. Founded by pediatric nurse practitioner, Karen Ridlon in 1990, EBC helps more than 500 children each week

Learn more about Eastside Baby Corner at:

Photo credit:  Mercer Island Pulse