What is their goal/mission?

In 1990 Karen Ridlon, a pediatric nurse practitioner, started Eastside Baby Corner (“EBC”) with a goal to help children have what they need to grow, develop, and thrive.  Thirty years later, their goal has stayed the same, and they have grown to now provide over 100,000 orders, valued at $3.6 million, of essential items to those in need, at no cost to family or their agency partners.  

How do they accomplish their mission?

EBC has three locations in Issaquah, Kenmore, and Bremerton where they accept donation and provide services.  These locations, in addition to their partner network of over 50 health and human service organizations, allow EBC to provide immediate and essential health, care, and safety goods to children ages birth to 12 who are experiencing poverty, homelessness, or family disruption.  

Some ways you can help Eastside Baby Corner:

EBC accepts donations of goods, money, and/or time through volunteer work.  Donations of goods such as diapers, formula, baby food, car seats, clothing, safety items, and more, are all crucial to ensuring EBC can provide the highest quality support to those in need.  Monetary donations allow EBC to purchase essential supplies that they have guaranteed to provide, such as diapers, baby food/formula, and car seats.

Eastside Baby Corner is also partnered with AmazonSmile to help people give back while shopping on their website, this link will allow you to select EBC as your charity of choice.  

If you are considering including Eastside Baby Corner or one of your other favorite charities in your estate plan, contact Three60 Law Group to learn more about how to ensure your plan aligns with your charitable-giving wishes. 

Information contained herein was accurate at the time of posting and is not intended as legal or tax advice.