The Bellettini collecting PJs for foster kids


Seattle-based Leisure Care facilities, including The Bellettini in Bellevue, is collecting pajamas for children in foster care helped by Treehouse. The organization's goal is to collect 1,300 pairs of PJs this year.

Donations of new and gently used pajamas will be accepted through Wednesday, Dec. 5. The following day, Leisure Care employees and residents will sort and deliver the pajamas to the Treehouse warehouse, the free store where the 5,000+ foster kids served by Treehouse can shop for items including clothing, school supplies, books, toys, and more.

The Bellettini is located at 1115 108th Ave. NE.

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