Every December, the Shoreline Rotary takes a group of students from a local elementary school shopping for winter clothes. Because of COVID, they weren't able to do this in 2020 so they donated the funds to The WORKS. We have been using the funds to buy cute and cozy tops and bottoms. We are so excited to hang new items with tags in the store and families are very grateful to be able to pick out brand new clothes! We've got more money to spend so we'll post more photos soon! Thank you Shoreline Rotary for this very generous gift! We are grateful for your continued support!
Most needed item: New and gently used winter coats!
As the cold weather approaches, more students are asking for winter coats and our racks are quite bare. The Works is now collecting winter coats for our district students sizes 4T-3XL, styles appropriate and on trend for K-12 students.
We are open for donations Wednesday 6-8pm when school is in session, no appointment needed. We will be closed 11/11 in observance of Veteran's Day. Please contact The WORKS to schedule a donation time if store hours are not convenient.
Thank you for your ongoing kindness, generosity, and support of The WORKS!
The WORKS is now open on Wednesdays from 6:30pm - 8:00pm. Due to social distancing requirements, families must make a reservation to shop in advance at tinyurl.com/works2020.
If you would like to donate clothing, we will be accepting donations of fall and winter clothing and shoes on Wednesday nights 6:30pm - 8:00pm. No appointment is necessary to drop off a donation on Wednesday nights. We ask that clothing donations be in kid sizes 4T - 16 or adult sizes XS - 3XL that is appropriate for middle and high school students. Clothing should be in great condition with no holes or stains.
The WORKS clothing room provides high quality, clean, gently used children’s and teen clothing to Shoreline School District families. Shoreline families experiencing economic hardship can bring their children to “shop” for gently used, stylish clothing.
The WORKS is also part of the Back to School Consortium and supports the annual Back to School (BTS) event to ensure students receive new socks, underwear, and hygiene products for a great start to the new school year.
The WORKS is normally open on Wednesday evenings from 6:30-8:00pm when school is in session. See information above about COVID-related protocols. If you cannot make it to The WORKS during our open hours, you can contact Jill Steinberg at email@example.com or leave a message on The WORKS information line at (206) 393-4916 to arrange an appointment time. The WORKS does not operate during school vacations or the summer break.
The WORKS is located on the north side of the Shoreline Center at 18560 1st Ave NE, Shoreline, WA 98155! Enter the north parking lot off of 1st Avenue NE (just south of the tennis courts). Once in the parking lot, drive straight until you have to turn right. Then as you continue straight ahead, you'll see our blue door and the sign for The WORKS.
Clothing Donations of washed, gently used children’s and teen clothing, clean shoes, purses, and backpacks in good condition are being accepted on Wednesday nights from 6:30-8:00pm when school is in session.
Can’t make it Wednesday night? Donations can be dropped off in the Shoreline Training and Production Center on Mondays - Thursdays 9:30-1:00pm. Just leave your donation in the lobby in the pink bin.
To schedule an alternate donation time, feel free to contact Jill Steinberg, at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message on The WORKS information line (206) 393-4916.
WE CANNOT ACCEPT: Toys, bedding, books, furniture, and household goods
New Products The WORKS provides each child new socks, underwear and hygiene products at the Back to School Event or a family’s first visit to The WORKS each school year. See Product Drive List for items needed. To document your groups product drive please complete the Product Drive Donation Form.
Financial Contributions Monetary donations are also needed to purchase new underwear, socks, and personal hygiene products. The WORKS Clothing Room is operated by the Shoreline PTA Council, which is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. All gifts are greatly appreciated and are used to support all Council programs, including The WORKS. Note "The WORKS" to designate your donation. Donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law. 1. Print a Donation Form and mail in with a check (payable to Shoreline PTA Council) to: PO Box 55832 Shoreline, WA 98155 2. Use our secure online form to make a one-time gift (or set up a recurring donation schedule) with payment via PayPal. Note: the link above and below will open a new page with a web address that starts with secure.lglforms.com. After you fill out the donation form and click on Enter Payment Information, you will be directed to PayPal to complete your transaction.
During the month of October, schools across the district collected pairs of new socks for The Works. Our goal was 5,000 pairs and thanks to you, we faaaar exceded our goal. Thank you!
District Total: 10,868!!! 10,029 socks + 839 underwear (On Oct21, underwear was added to the drive after exceeding sock target)
**New! Use this handy online form to request to volunteer at The WORKS!** Note that the link goes to an external website hosted by secure.lglforms.com.
The WORKS is run by a committee of PTA volunteers representing many different schools throughout the Shoreline School District. They are supported each Wednesday by volunteers from local PTA units. Each local unit signs up to assist 2-3 Wednesdays during the school year. For this year’s schedule see Local PTA Schedule (updated 9.28.19).
PTA volunteers must read and agree to the Volunteer Guidelines before volunteering on site at The WORKS. A Volunteer Agreement must be filled out, signed and turned in the first time one volunteers each year. You can contact the Volunteer Coordinator to confirm you have an agreement filed for the current year.
Youth Groups & Community Volunteers The WORKS has many opportunities for groups to assist on special projects throughout the year. Sorting and packaging product drive items, restocking the clothing room, helping set up for special events are some of the ways groups can participate. To arrange for your group to volunteer please contact the Volunteer Coordinator - Jill Steinberg, email@example.com.
FAMILY SERVICE CHAIRS Each local PTA's Family Service Chair is the liaison with The WORKS committee. Local PTAs are provided each year with current poster, newsletter article and contact information. The WORKS committee works with the Family Service Chair to distribute information to local school families about the service and about donation needs. See Manual.