222 E. Indiana Ave.
Contact: Volunteer Coordinator: Leslie Rogers
Capt. Kyle Smith
Provides a safe place to live for 20 children (age 2-12) who have been removed from their parents, caregivers, or unfit homes.
Sally’s House is the only emergency foster care program in Washington. Some of the children have been abandoned, abused or neglected. Others are victims of domestic violence. Some lived with sex offenders or in drug houses, their parents arrested and taken to jail.
Children often arrive upset, disoriented, and with little more than the clothes on their back. At Sally’s House, children receive clothes, meals, social skills, tutoring, transportation to their original school, activities, supervised visits with family, books, toys, a personal quilt, and on-site counseling.
From 2003-2012 Sally’s House has taken in over 1600 neglected children in Spokane County.
- NOTE: Sally’s House is recognized as a shelter, and receives some funds from the government for some food, housing, staff and utilities; however, this money does not cover all of their needs.
New and used clothes, socks, underwear, pajamas, swim suits
toiletries (soap, shampoo, toothbrushes/toothpaste, diapers, wipes, lice treatment, feminine, TP)
new or gently-used books, computer games, learning DVD’s
toys in fall or summer (They have plenty at Christmas)
birthday gifts for children
Wal-Mart gift cards
Pillows, new/gently-used twin-size sheets.
Two quilt groups currently provide quilts for these children.
children’s projects (like art supplies)
- Donated items may be taken to the front desk at The Salvation Army:
222 E. Indiana Avenue