Ryther is a non-profit organization offering behavioral health services for children and families. In Ryther’s residential program children receive guidance, coaching, counseling and teaching to experience new ways of thinking and overcoming challenges. Located at 2400 NE 95th Street since 1957, Ryther’s history goes back to the early days of Seattle in the 1880’s when Mother Ryther vowed never to turn away a needy child.
The Ryther League volunteers operate the ReStyle for Ryther quality thrift store at 5435 Ballard Avenue. The store will have a grand re-opening on Friday, September 13, at 2:30 PM with ribbon-cutting by Mike Stewart, Executive Director of the Ballard Chamber of Commerce. Everyone is invited to join in the fun and see the refreshed store space.
You can help the work of Ryther by donating quality items of mens and womens clothing, shoes, and jewelry. Home decor items such as vases, serving dishes, and candlesticks are needed. The Restyle for Ryther store is in Ballard but all donated items should be brought to the main Ryther campus at 2400 NE 95th Street during office hours.