Building Stability and Self-sufficiency
Your gift to Byrd Barr Place will help people meet their basic needs so they can focus on getting themselves and their families back on their feet. With your support:
- More families will keep a warm roof over their heads and avoid homelessness.
- The heat and lights will stay on in thousands of Seattle households during the cold winter months.
- More children will have a stable home and enough to eat so they can succeed in school.
- Elders and those who are homebound will have access to fresh, healthy food.
Byrd Barr Place is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
All donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.
How to Give
Your donations power our work. Make a secure one-time or recurring gift through the above donation form. Or, mail a check to us at 722 18th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122.
We gratefully accept toiletries, non-expired food, baby items and other essentials for our food bank clients. Donations can be made in person or purchased from our Amazon Wish List. For more information, contact us at 206.812.4970.
Host a Food Drive
Engage your colleagues, friends or neighbors to collect items for our food bank. We supply instructions and help coordinate the drive with your organization, church, school or group. And, you help stock our shelves with canned meats, dried fruit, nuts, grains and more.
Shop for Good
Select us as your charity of choice when you shop at AmazonSmile, and AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the purchase price of eligible products to Byrd Barr Place.
Enroll in the Fred Meyer Community Rewards Program and link your Fred Meyer Rewards Card to Byrd Barr Place. You’ll support our work each time you shop — and still receive your Rewards Points.
Round up your bill to the nearest dollar when you shop at Central Co-op, and your change will help us purchase fresh dairy and produce for our food bank.
“Thank you for the generosity towards our family during these difficult times, when money isn’t enough. We are so thankful for all the people that make the Byrd Barr Place food bank possible.”