Support

Below are ways you can give a hand or find support this Wintertide season. 

Find support

Providence Institute's LiveWellLocal is an online resource database for Snohomish County. You can search by keyword and find local resources in your area.

Give support

You can make a cash donation to one of our Wintertide non-profit partners who are helping to provide free community activities and cheer throughout the Wintertide season:

Evergreen Arboretum & Gardens

Imagine Children's Museum

Schack Art Center

Downtown Everett Association

Friends of the Everett Public Library

Village on Casino Road

Everett Music Initiative

Everett Chorale

Safe Streets Flex Fund

Have toys or food to donate? Everett Fire is collecting new and unopened toys for Christmas House, and nonperishable food for Volunteers of America. You can drop off your donations at an Everett Fire Station or give them to a firefighter when they roll through your neighborhood with Santa.

Everett Fire Stations accepting donations:

  • 2801 Oakes Ave.
  • 3619 Rucker Ave.
  • 2201 16th St.
  • 1600 Madison
  • 5920 Glenwood Ave.
  • 9520 Evergreen Way
  • 11221 Silver Lake Rd.

Stuff-A-Bus

Everett Transit is partnering with Volunteers of America again to help stuff a bus with food and toys to ensure that all of our neighbors have a joyful holiday! Catch the bus:

Nov. 26-27, Dec. 3-4 and Dec. 10-11
10 a.m. - 4 p.m. 
Fred Meyer 12906 Bothell Everett Hwy (Murphy’s Corner) 

You can make a difference in the lives of children and families who need a little magic this season.

Snohomish County PUD Holiday Light Exchange and Helping Hands Bazaar

Dec. 9
8:30 a.m. - 3 p.m. 

Do your holiday lights need an upgrade? SnoPUD will be hosting its annual Holiday Light exchange and food drive at its headquarters in downtown Everett. Trade in your old lights and some food donations for Volunteers of America for up to three strands of new, LED holiday lights. 

Happening at the same time is the Bazaar that helps raise money for Helping Hands, which directly assists low-income seniors with their electric bills. Helping Hands is an PUD employee-funded and employee-run program focused on assisting low-income customers 65 and older with grants toward their PUD bill. 

Learn more here.

Everett Mall Warm Winter Clothes Drive

Dec 9 - 11

‘Tis the season to help those in need! Everett Mall is partnering with Volunteers of America Western Washington to host a warm clothes drive inside the mall. Please bring new or gently used warm clothing to the Volunteers of America boxes located at the indoor mall entrances.