Bellevue LifeSpring
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Our mission is to foster stability and
self-sufficiency for Bellevue's children and their families through programs that feed, clothe and educate.

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One-Day Clothing Drive
Makes Donating Easy

Donating clothes in Bellevue will be extra easy on one day this fall due to a partnership between local children's charity Bellevue LifeSpring and Uber, the on-demand ridesharing platform. On Sunday, September 20, donors can open the Uber app, select the GIVE option, and request a pickup for their donations. Uber driver partners will then deliver the clothing directly to Bellevue LifeSpring, free of charge.

Clothing donations will be sent to the Bellevue LifeSpring Thrift Shop in Bellevue Square. Thrift Shop sales support programs that feed, clothe, educate and provide emergency assistance to Bellevue's children and their families living in poverty.


Wine at its Best
October 10, 2015

Join Michael Corliss, VIP Party Host and owner/founder of Corliss Estates, and Lawyer Milloy, Honorary Chair and former Seattle Seahawks safety, for a memorable evening of community, finely-crafted wines and incredible cuisine. Wine at its Best raises funds for the Breaktime-Mealtime program, ensuring that children don't miss out on nutrition during school breaks.

Learn more and register now.


The Breaktime-Mealtime program provides food for children during school breaks. For families who rely on the federal free and reduced-price lunch program to feed their kids, these food boxes alleviate the financial stress of providing extra meals during breaks.

Each box contains a week's worth of nutritious, non-perishable food and a grocery store voucher to purchase fresh food.

A $25 box feeds a child for one week. How many boxes will you adopt?