Little Bugs Children's Consignment Store

Little Bugs has partnered with several organizations that work with local children and their families in an effort to ease the cost of raising children for those in need. You can help just by shopping or donate your consignable items to the account of your choice:


Bellingham Firefighters (Local firefighters providing gift certificates to families in need.)
Brigid Collins Family Support Center (Dedicated to ending child abuse by protecting children and building strong families.)
Catch the Son Preschool (a parent cooperative school offering a Christian-based early learning program.)
Cedar Tree Montessori (designed to provide a rich and stimulating environment in which each child can develop at his or her own pace.)
Children's Co-op Preschool (a cooperative preschool affiliated with Whatcom Community College.)
Family Treatment Court (identifies and provides treatment programs to reduce drug abuse and drug related crimes in our community.)
Foster Funds for Community Family Services (a non-profit dedicated to foster parents and the abused and neglected children they serve.)
Gardenview Montessori (dedicated to the social, spiritual, and intellectual growth of it's students.)
James Place Child Development Center (developmental growth in the care of loving professionals.)
Keeping K-9's in Kevlar (a local not for profit raising money to purchase Kevlar vests for K-9 officers.)
Kids Korner Learning Center (providing a warm, inviting, and diverse learning experience.)
Kids World (early learning and childcare programs.)
Kulshan Helping Hands (Kulshan Middle School.)
Lakeside Cooperative Preschool (a non-profit early childhood education program.)
Lydia's Place (a non-profit, community-based agency serving homeless families.)
Northlake Community Church (loving God, loving God's people, serving the world.)
Roosevelt Elementary School (providing gift certificates to families in need.)
Silver Beach Elementary (providing gift certificates to families in need.)
Skookum Kids (providing services to children entering the foster system.)
Whatcom Center for Early Learning (provides comprehensive, family-centered early intervention services to children ages birth to three with special needs.)