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In-Kind Gifts


In-kind donations go a long way in helping homeless and at-risk youth when they come through our doors. Many of our youth arrive with almost nothing and we rely on the generosity of our community to meet their needs. To reduce the potential spread of illnesses during this time, we are limiting all in-person donation drop-offs to meals and essential items from the below list by appointment. We do have needs outside of these items and would appreciate your support.


  • Lysol, disinfectants, all-purpose cleaners, and cleaners with bleach -(Need 30 Individual Bottles)
  • Thermometers and Caps (Need 4 thermal scan types)
  • Hand Sanitizer (40 Individual Bottles- 33fl/oz gallon)
  • Alcohol Pads (20 boxes of 200)
  • Facial Masks
  • Disposable Gowns (15)
  • Tampons (all sizes)
  • Pots and Pans
  • Dish Set (non-breakable)
  • Pot Holders
  • Sinus, Cold and Flu Medication
  • Liquid soap and refills
  • Spill kits
  • Latex and Non- Latex gloves
  • Odoban
  • Disinfectant Aerosol Spray (50 Individual Bottles)
  • Clorox (20 Individual in 1 Gallon size)
  • Disinfectant Wipes (60 Individual Bottles)
  • Alcohol (20 individual bottles of 75% or higher)
  • Latex Gloves
  • Mattress Covers (twin XL or larger)
  • Small Trash Cans
  • New Vacuum Cleaner
  • Eating Utensils
  • Wash/Dish Cloths
  • New Men’s and Women’s T-Shirts
  • Laundry detergent, fabric softener, and bleach
  • Bed Linen, Towels
  • New Undergarments (Male/Female)
  • Infant Carrier/Car Seat (Need 2)
  • Bottled Water

Please Note: By law non-profit organizations cannot provide a donor with the dollar value of an in-kind gift. Such valuations, when applicable, relative to “fair market value” of in-kind gifts, need to be provided by the donor. In instances where time and services are donated, no tax break whatsoever is allowed as the IRS Publication 526 clearly states, “You cannot deduct the value of your time or services…”