March 31, 2019
For WestSide Baby to meet 100% of the need in our community, for each and every child – we need you. Be part of our bold vision where all children have the basic items they need to be safe, warm and dry.
WestSide Baby is offering families affected by the government shutdown free diapers and wipes on a walk-in basis.
Sunday, March 31, 2019
Become a Table Captain today and support WestSide Baby at this fun, afternoon fundraiser!
Seattle, WA. (July 24, 2018) – diono®, the Pacific Northwest’s award winning designer and manufacturer of car seats and strollers for babies, today announced they will be donating $30,000 worth of booster seats to two local non-profit organizations, WestSide Baby and Treehouse. This car seat donation will ensure WestSide Baby has the booster sets needed to distribute to the 40,000+ kids they serve each year. The booster seat donation pick-up was held on July 24th at 2:00 PM at Diono’s headquarters in Sumner, WA. “It is important to us that we give back to our community that has provided so much support to us over the past 20 years,” said Scott McAllister, Brand Manager of Diono. “Diono is a local Northwest business that is passionate about children’s safety no matter where they are in their journey.”
Social Worker Led Frugal Life To Leave Nearly $11 Million To Children's Charities
December 29, 2018
Friends remember Washington state social worker Alan Naiman as being frugal. He wore old shoes held together with duct tape, bought his apparel at the grocery store, drove jalopies and ate at cheap restaurants. But when he died of cancer in January 2018, at age 63, the people around him learned that he had quietly saved millions for a higher cause.
Naiman left most of his $11 million estate to organizations serving abandoned, impoverished, sick and disabled children.
"He left it all to charities — mostly to kids, the section of society that couldn't really help themselves," his friend Shashi Karan told NPR.
2 Travel Dads Visits WestSide Baby for Huggies: No Baby Unhugged
September 29, 2017
There are so many ways to help when it comes to organizations such as the National Diaper Bank Network. Of course, there are always the amazingly helpful ways of making financial contributions if you are able, but there are also ways that you can donate your time. WestSide Baby and other diaper banks always need volunteers to sort through donations and to fill orders that will go out into the community. If you’ve got a knack for folding baby clothes, great! If you live to organize books alphabetically or diapers by size, then there is a job for you! If you’re one of those people who is incredible at getting others to take action from the ground up, starting a diaper drive in your workplace or working with community businesses to do a larger diaper drive would be something you could do. Truly, the possibilities are endless.
King County Council recognizes Diaper Need Awareness Week
September 25th, 2017
Far too many parents have to make the difficult choice of changing a diaper or letting their child stay in a soiled diaper to help extend their limited supply. The Metropolitan King County Council today recognized the week of Sept. 25-Oct. 1 as Diaper Need Awareness Week, the effort to ensure that all infants and toddlers can be clean, healthy, and dry by having the diapers they need.
“Lack of access to a supply of clean diapers can be a huge barrier to ensuring the health of vulnerable children throughout King County,” said Council Chair Joe McDermott. “Each year I am proud recognize Diaper Need Awareness Week, and organizations like Westside Baby and Eastside Baby Corner as they work combat this often overlooked problem.”
West Seattle Blog
Mar 20th, 2016
Interconnection was at the heart of what brought more than 600 people together this afternoon – not just theirs, but their interconnection with the people they were there to help via WestSide Baby, which now serves families in need all over King County.
The Seattle Times
Oct 2nd, 2015
Our Executive Director Nancy Woodland was interviewed for this piece in the Seattle Times examining the issue of diaper need.
King 5 Television
June 2nd 2017
Nancy Woodland is interviewed by King 5 Television as we kick off Stuff the Bus 2017 at St Joseph School
March 17th, 2016
A King County nonprofit is trying to keep up with the demand for diapers, car seats, and clothing, after a spike in homelessness countywide.
The Seattle Times
June 9th, 2017
A feature on Virginia Carmichael, a 100 year old volunteer for WestSide Baby who knits baby sweaters.
June 16th, 2017
Feature on WestSide Baby's upcoming Bring Your Own Diapers (BYOD) event at the Lagunitas Brewery in Ballard.
West Seattle Blog
June 14th, 2017
A celebration of a recent Stuff the Bus diaper drop off by Les Schwab store managers.