School Supplies Needed:

For those who would like to help us collect supplies, see the list below of what we need.  We need school supplies turned in by Monday, August 10th, so we can start our inventory of items and see what still needs to be purchased.

For a printable list, click here.

Supplies we could still use more of (as of Aug 12th):      Binders (clear-view, ring size 1-1/2 inch)                                (note that we need these the most!),                                    Loose-Leaf Paper (college rule only),                                     Composition Books (wide-rule only),                                 Colored Markers (thick-tip, 10-ct packs),                    Highlighters (yellow and other colors),                                  Colored Pencils,            Pencil Boxes,                                         Red Ball-Point Pens,                                                                  Pencil Sharpeners.

Please note:  If there is something you don't see on this list, we either already have it or don't need it .

Questions?  Feel free to call us at 360-886-1011.

We are available for drop-off Monday-Thursday, 10am-3pm.

We are located at 31605 Third Ave (SR 169) in Black Diamond.

Applications for School Supplies

The application for school supplies is now available.       Low-income families in Black Diamond and the Enumclaw School District are eligible to apply.

Click here for the application in English.

Haga clic aqui por la aplication en Espanol.

Families, please note these dates:

Applications were due: Monday, August 3rd, 2020.  If you missed the deadline and still need assistance, please contact us immediately (Llamanos pronto, no espera!).

Supplies will be distributed on Monday, August 17th, 1-5pm at the Community Center.

Questions?  Call us at 360-886-1011.

If you missed the deadline, call us anyway to see what we can still help you with.  Be sure to download the linked application above and fill it out completely, both pages.

Cheryl Hanson, Executive Director