Both monetary and in-kind donations greatly help New Hope in meeting the needs of our clients.
Due to limited storage space at our offices and shelters, we are unable to accept most donations of clothing, furniture or large household goods. If you are interested in donating these types of items, we kindly ask that you first call 508-226-4015 to discuss our ability to accept your donation.
We are currently in need of the following new items:
- A 5 gallon hot and cold freestanding water dispenser, as well as 5 gallon water jug refills.
- Fans (any size)
- A small bassinet for an infant.
We are also always happy to receive:
These serve as an empowerment tool for clients working toward self sufficiency after violence. We can always use gift cards to:
- Grocery Stores (Stop & Shop, Shaw’s, BJ’s)
- Pharmacies (CVS, Rite Aid, Walgreens)
- Retail Stores (Target, Walmart)
- Diapers (especially sizes 3-6) Pull-Ups & Baby Wipes
- Small, easy to travel with toys that have no multiple parts, pieces or choking hazards
- Culturally and ethnically diverse dolls & story books
- New stuffed animals
- Art/School supplies (crayons, markers, construction paper, pencils, pens, notebooks etc.)
- Art canvases (white canvases for children to paint on)
- Children’s toothpaste and toothbrushes
- Baby monitors
For Our Adult Clients
- New twin-size bedding (sheet sets, blankets, pillows, comforters)
- New bath towels and washcloths
- Paper goods (tissues, paper towels, paper napkins, toilet paper)
- Feminine products (sanitary napkins, tampons, hair brushes, makeup, deodorant, hair conditioner, lotion, liquid body wash)
- Dish washing liquid, dishwasher detergent, sponges
- Household cleaners (all purpose spray cleaners, bleach spray, sink/toilet cleaner, floor cleaner, disinfectant wipes)
- Laundry detergent
- Swiffer Wet Jet refils and Swiffer dry cloths
- Ziploc bags, aluminum foil, plastic wrap, plastic utensils, paper plates
- Trash bags (13 gallon size)
“Life’s most persistent and urgent question is: what are you doing for others?”
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.