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Kirkland Kiwanis collecting donations for Eastside Baby Corner

The Kirkland Kiwanis is collecting items for Eastside Baby Corner. - Contributed
The Kirkland Kiwanis is collecting items for Eastside Baby Corner.
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The Kirkland Kiwanis noon club is currently collecting items for Eastside Baby Corner.

Donated items may be dropped off at the Fox Cleaners at 339 Kirkland Ave., Kirkland.

EBC was started in 1990 with a mission to collect items used by children from birth to age 12 and distribute them to social service care providers who work with families in need.

Examples of items EBC accepts

Clothing for children, newborn to size 14 (especially sizes 5-14, for boys & girls)

Maternity clothes

Small toys and books

Exer-saucers

Bouncy seats

Play Gyms

Infant swings

Pack 'n' plays

Strollers

High chairs

Changing tables

Toddler beds

Boppy pillows

Crib mattress

Twin beds (disassembled)

Outdoor toys

Car seats manufactured in the last six years from today's date

Items EBC CANNOT accept

Drop-side cribs

Cribs manufactured prior to 8 years from

today's date

Large toys (11x17 or larger)

Large outdoor basketball hoops

Art desks

Tool benches

Stuffed animals longer than 12 inches

Large easels

Train tables

Walkers with wheels

Car seats manufactured prior to 6 years from

today's date

Used Nipples and Pacifiers

Outdoor toys (September through April)

Adult clothing or children's clothing larger than size 14

Ski boots, skis, snow boards

For more information about the Issaquah organization, visit www.babycorner.org.

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