Love is not enough.
Since 1988 the Baby Corner has been providing essential items to families with young children living in poverty in the greater Seattle-King County area.
EVERY YEAR, more families slip into the ranks of the working poor. They love their children but cannot afford the most basic necessities—diapers, car seats, formula, clothing, portacribs, blankets. Since 1988 the Baby Corner has been providing these essential items to families living in poverty in the greater Seattle-King County area. For thousands of infants and toddlers, that means a safer, healthier start in life. For their parents, it means hope.
You won’t believe the difference your donation can make...
The Holidays Are Here!
If you will be shopping online, please consider doing so through GoodShop. When you designate the Baby Corner, a percentage of each purchase will come to us—at no additional cost to you! And you have 2,800 retailers, including Amazon, to choose from!
To get started, just click the button above. Please tell your friends, too!
We have a saying at the Baby Corner: We may be small, but our service is big. Service providers know to call the Baby Corner when there is no place else to turn, as in urgent situations such as these:
- One Friday morning a social worker called. "I know you don't do shelters," she said hesitantly.... READ MORE
- At closing time on a rainy Friday, the doorbell rang. Standing outside in the pouring rain was a woman with a ten-month-old baby in a stroller.... READ MORE
- A newborn with a serious chromosomal defect was not expected to survive beyond delivery.... READ MORE
Donors, we need you!
The last quarter of the year is always the most challenging for the Baby Corner. Your year-end charitable donation will help us provide for the health and safety needs of babies and toddlers through the end of this year, into the next. Please read our stories (above) to see how we put your donations to work. For more information on donation options, please see our Donate page.
Thank you in advance to all our donors; we've survived for 25 years because you care.