Donation List

Everyone has a wish list of things that would make their lives or programs better, but the funds never quite seem to be available in the regular budget.  This is such a list for the City of Redmond, compiled by various City departments.  Please review the items on the list and see if anything appeals to you and is within your budget to donate.  You can purchase all or part of an item, whatever fits your vision or your pocketbook.

For information on how to donate, please call Julie Holmes, Administrative Coordinator, 425-556-2399.

Old Fire House Teen Center

The Old Fire House Teen Center provides recreation and social services to more than 500 teens per week. The Parks & Recreation Department operates this center to offer recreation activities and a safe place to "hang out." A donation of any increment could be made toward the program in general, or a donation could be made to acquire the following equipment in order to enhance our operation.

  • Art supplies
  • Video projector for classes and big-screen movies
  • Gift Certificates for prizes
  • Summer concert series sponsorship
  • Bus passes for teens


Teen Program Scholarships

Provide a program opportunity through a paid scholarship for adventure, art and sports programs. This scholarship program is administered through the Parks Department and directly supports youth in need.
$50-200 each


Teen Dinner Program Sponsor at the Old Fire House Teen Center 

Your individual or organizational donation will go toward providing a much needed nutritional meal and social interaction with teens. Dinner hour at the teen center is an exciting community time when young people, staff and volunteers are gathered together in social conversation. Each dinner is followed by an engaging activity lead by staff, teens or your organization (optional). These weekly dinners allow young people to feel valued and included in their community, the benefits of which are immeasurable.
Single dinner program sponsorship - $100