Source is committed to giving away 100% of our profits to deserving causes. To find out more about our heart for giving, visit the Give page.
Lizzy and Anna with Source's Providence Regina House donation
The Providence Regina House was founded in 1963 at Providence Medical Center in Seattle as a response by the Sisters of Providence to those who sought food by knocking at the kitchen door of the hospital. For over fifty years they have continued the legacy of providing for their neighbors in need.
Providence Regina House is committed to advocating for and meeting the unmet needs of their neighbors in Seattle. This happens at the food and clothing bank they operate during the week, as well as by providing emergency food, clothing, and referral information. Providence Regina House's food bank provides families with a range of perishable and non-perishable food items. They even have a one acre farm at their location, called Marra Farm, and from it they provide families with organic produce. On the first Saturday of the month, they hold Baby Cupboard Day where they provide mothers in need with infant food, formula, diapers, wipes, and clothing.
Additionally, Providence Regina House partners with many community organizations to offer many different resources. They provide health and nutrition services and information, seeds and plant starts, food stamp education, and blood pressure screenings. During the holidays, they sponsor a large holiday program where they focus on providing local families with holiday food, clothing, and toys.
We are so excited at Source to be giving to such a worthy organization. With your help, we were able to give over two dozen pairs of mens socks, over 1,000 diapers, and over 2,500 wipes. You can give further to Providence Regina House by viewing their list of needs and how to donate here.