Wish List

Drop-off hours:

Monday – Friday: 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Saturday – Sunday: 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Email  tfries@urbanministrycenter.org with questions.

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.

 Greatest need: HousingWorks is in need of 1-2 vehicles to help transport clients to to appointments, grocery shopping, and community events, and to haul large items. Contact Stephen McQueen for details.

Over the Counter Medications**

Cough Drops

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

Hemorrhoid cream

Anti-diarrheal

Anti-yeast cream

**Generics, no liquids

Personal Care:

Men’s razors

Foot powder

Spray deodorant

Feminine hygiene products

Hand sanitizers (32 ounce & travel sizes)

General Requests:

Reading glasses

Backpacks

Towels & washcloths

Bathrobes

White socks (new, men’s and women’s)

Gloves and hats

Gain liquid laundry detergent

Paper towels

Cleaning supplies (409, bleach, Pine sol, etc)

Soup Kitchen:

Large size containers are appreciated, but all sizes are accepted

Sandwich bread

Canned vegetables of all types

Peanut butter and jelly

Sliced sandwich meat

Sliced cheese

Plastic spoons and forks (no knives)

Aprons (new or used)

Dish towels (new or used)

GardenWorks:

Garden gloves – all sizes

Pruners

Digging fork

Rototiller

Hard plastic trowels

StreetSoccer 945:

Soccer shorts (men’s and women’s)

Indoor soccer shoes

Soccer socks

Soccer balls

ArtWorks 945:

Digital cameras

Projector

Blick Wishlist

HousingWorks (Moore Place and Scattered-Site Apartments):

For more information and drop off hours, please contact Katie Church, Tenant Services Coordinator

Cleaning supplies

Small trash bags

Paper Products (toilet tissue, paper towels, etc)

Regular size toiletries (no travel size)

Laundry supplies

Cooking utensils

Garden gloves and small spades

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.