Seattle nonprofit bringing joy to kids of gun violence victims

SEATTLE — Resilient In Sustaining Empowerment (RISE) and The Postman Seattle are coming together this holiday season to help bring joy to the children of Washington state gun violence victims.

Holiday Hope Drive is supporting 30 families across Washington this year, a total of 70 children who have lost a parent to gun violence, according to RISE.

RISE says the $40 donation covers the cost of one gift per child. Interested people can also donate unused and unpacked toys, clothing or gift cards by dropping them off at The Postman, located at 1143 Martin Luther King Jr Way, through December 16. .

Donations have come close to The Postman this holiday season after its owner, D’Vonne Pickett Jr., a beloved community leader, was shot dead earlier this year.

The 31-year-old is known throughout the region as an inspiration not only to his three children but also to young people throughout the Central District.

RISE is a non-profit organization that supports disadvantaged communities and families affected by gun violence.

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Edmund DeMarche

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