Pam Martinez, Director Lynnwood, Washington 98036    (425) 673-0526

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By supporting Holly House, you provide gifts for our children during the holidays. Please help today.

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Join Us!

Holly House exists because of the generosity of our volunteers and donors. Throughout the year they work hard to procure gifts, necessities and monetary funds to assure our children have what they need. We love our volunteers and donors; Holly House could not do without them. Please help our children by becoming a volunteer or donor.  Make a one time or recurring monthly donation.  Push the donate button to find out how.

Our Mission

Holly House gives gifts and necessities to 2,200 low-income children in primarily 16 schools in the Edmonds School District during the Holiday season.

We want to Help our Kids!

We can’t do it without your generous support and donations. Our children go to school without socks, underwear and coats. They go to bed without pajamas. Our kids are cold and worried about things kids have no business worrying about. Please help us take care of them. 

  • Push our Donate Button
  • Make a One Time Donation
  • Make a Monthly Recurring Donation
  • Become a Holly House Sponsor for $100, $250, $500, $1,000
  • Match Funds with Your Company - Apple, Boeing, Google & Microsoft
  • Purchase items on our Amazon WishList 
  • Participate in a Teen Gift Drive or Teen Pajama Drive
  • Have a  Sock and Underwear Drive
  • Collect stocking stuffers for 6 - 11 year old boys and girls

We Need Your Help...

Holly House is A Children's Holiday Gift Program providing gifts and necessities for low-income children in primarily Snohomish County/Lynnwood, Washington. We began as a grassroots operation in 2006 and in 11 years have grown to serving 2,200 low-income children in 16 schools in the Edmonds School District, Washington. One of our biggest goals is to provide some of the necessities for our children so parents can concentrate on finding jobs and building a life for their families.