Sponsoring a Vision House donation bin is an easy, no-cost way to help homeless children in King and Snohomish Counties.
All donations made at the bin go directly towards helping homeless families at Vision House. Bins are serviced a minimum of once a week, the frequency is increased depending on the volume of the donations. All we ask is that bins are placed in a well-trafficked and high-visibility area.
Donation bins are also a great way to keep items out of landfills and demonstrate your commitment to our community!
What do the donation bins look like?
Vision House bins are white and feature meaningful graphics, our logo and contact information.
What are the donation bin dimensions?
A clothing donation bin weighs approximately 275 pounds and is 54” wide, 43” deep, and 71” tall (4.5 ft x 3.5 ft. x 6 ft.)
How are the bins delivered?
We have partnered with another non-profit, Sight Connection, that serves as our transportation partner. Sight Connection delivers and maintains our bins and transports the donations.
How often are the donation bins maintained?
Sight Connection’s trained drivers service the bins a minimum of once a week, the frequency is increased based on the volume of donations. Additional service may also be scheduled as needed by calling 425-228-6356.
What do you do with the donations from the bins?
Items donated directly in our bins are sold to our for-profit partner, Value Village. We use the proceeds from the sale of these items to operate our housing program for homeless families.