April 8, 2021

Help us Get a Leg Up in Spring 2021, Donate Leggings to Our Sister’s Closet


During the pandemic, we have had to scale back our ability to accept donations from the community. However, to help meet specific needs expressed by clients Our Sister’s Closet will be engaging in necessity drives at certain times throughout the year. The first is a legging drive this March and April!

Our Sister’s Closet is accepting new and gently used leggings throughout the month to support women in the Spokane community. Gifts delivered in person must be donated in plastic garbage bags per CDC safety guidelines. Community members can drop off gifts at the YWCA front desk on weekdays between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. There is also an option to give through Amazon.


Giving Through Amazon

YWCA Spokane has expanded our ways tp give safely during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Leggings with varied prices and sizes can be purchased through the YWCA Spokane Donation Wish Lists on Amazon

Hoping to give an online or cash donation, or host your own donation drive? See our Ways to Give page for the many ways you can make a difference!

More Ways to Give


Double Your Impact

Purchasing your donations at Fred Meyers, Amazon, or Yoke’s Fresh Market? Be sure to sign up for their community giving programs, and these vendors will give a percentage of your purchase back to our agency! Just select YWCA Spokane as your non-profit of choice and double your impact.


Future OSC Drives

OSC Donation Drives will continue to take place throughout 2021 as clients express needs. Future scheduled drives are listed below.

  • May 2021: new panties
  • July 2021: new bras
  • September: new socks
  • November: new & gently used coats
  • January 2022: new toiletries (deodorant, shaving supplies, full sized shampoos/conditioner)

By: Andrew Goodwin

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