We are unable to accept clothing donations; please contact Crisis Assistance Ministry at 704-371-3000 x137.
Limited furniture needs vary, please contact the Development Office at 704-926-0622.
- A Car!
We are in need of several vehicles for social workers to assist neighbors and tenants in getting to appointments. Contact Caroline Chambre Hammock for more information: 704-926-0624 or email@example.com.
- Sleeping Bags
- Aerosol Deodorant
- Foot Powder
- Cough Drops
- Pain Relievers: ibuprofen & acetaminophen
- Underwear – Adult sizes
- Men’s Belts
- Wash Cloths
- Reading Glasses
- Backpacks – adult, new or gently used
- Scrubs – new or gently used
- Welcome Home Kits for newly housed neighbors
Shop on your own, or use our easy Amazon Wishlist to send items directly!
For Room In the Inn – email Matt Daniels to arrange your donation:
- Gently used carry-on size luggage
- Reusable ‘grocery’ tote bags
For Moore Place – email Ashley Brown to arrange your donation of household sized cleaning or hygiene products, especially:
- Dish soap
- Laundry detergent
- Multipurpose cleaner
Pain Relievers – Ibuprofen, Aspirin, Acetaminophen
Non-Drowsy Antihistamines – Claritin, Allegra, Zyrtec
Decongestants – Sudafed or Sudafed PE
Cough/cold – Dayquil, Nyquil gelcaps
Antacids – Rolaids, Tums, Pepcid, Prilosec
*Generics, no liquids
Feminine hygiene products
Towels & washcloths
Scrubs (new or gently used)
White socks (new, men’s and women’s)
Gloves and hats
Gain liquid laundry detergent
Cleaning supplies (409, bleach, Pine sol, etc)
- canned peas
- canned carrots
- canned green beans
- canned corn
- rotini, penne, or small shells
- egg noodles
Aprons (new or used)
Dish towels (new or used)
Hard plastic trowels
Indoor soccer shoes
(Moore Place and Scattered-Site Apartments)
Small trash bags
Paper Products (toilet tissue, paper towels, etc)
Regular size toiletries (no travel size)
Tickets or memberships to local sporting events, performances, museums, movie passes, etc.
Access to these recreational opportunities are beyond the limited means of our residents. These activities provide recreational and therapeutic benefit to our residents, as well as help them fully participate in the life of our city.