Chelsea Henrickson, an inventory coordinator at Treehouse in Seattle, packs a box of clothes to be mailed to a family in need in October. The bags at lower left, filled with clothing and toys, are waiting to be picked up by local families. (Ellen M. Banner / The Seattle Times)
Chelsea Henrickson, an inventory coordinator at Treehouse in Seattle, packs a box of clothes to be mailed to a family in need in October. (Ellen M. Banner / The Seattle Times)
Fund For The Needy

Adapting to the pandemic, this agency helping foster youth built 'something that will be a lasting, new part of our program'

Treehouse's store for foster youth is going digital, allowing children statewide to order free clothes, school supplies and other necessities during the pandemic. Treehouse is one of a dozen nonprofits that benefits from readers’ donations to The Seattle Times Fund For The Needy campaign.  VIEW

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