Gilham Elementary School Clothing Closet: New, unopened underwear (sizes 5T-Kid’s XL), new socks (all kid’s sizes), New or gently used light jackets or sweatshirts (5T and up)
Eugene Mission: Bedding (clean, and new or almost new): Twin sheets, pillow cases, blankets, quilts, pillows, Clothing (clean, and new or lightly used): Children’s underwear, Clothing appropriate for teens, Men’s dress pants & jeans, 34, 36, 38 waist, 32 & 34 length, Men’s underwear, med, large & XL, Women’s dress pants & jeans, all larger sizes, Women’s underwear, all sizes, Coffee (caffeinated), Eating utensils, dinnerware, silverware. Furniture: dressers, lamps, end tables, decent chairs, rugs, Household goods, all types, including small appliances, Kitchen utensils, pots and pans, Washers and dryers. Eugene Mission – A full-service wellness center for the homeless, providing guests with a path off the streets, both for short term and long term, by sharing the hope and love of Christ in word and action.
First Place Family: Baby needs: disposable diapers (especially sizes 4,5,6) baby wipes, baby wash & baby bottles, Hygiene Items: soap, body wash, shampoo/conditioner, tampons/pads, deodorant, disposable razors, toothbrushes/paste, facial tissues, toilet paper, Laundry detergent pods, and dryer sheets , Bedding, Twin sheets, pillow cases, blankets, quilts, pillows, Eating utensils, dinnerware, silverware, Kitchen utensils, pots and pans, School supplies: binders & dividers, notebooks, graph paper, pens, pencils, scissors, colored pencils, folders with pockets, Paper towels, Trash bags (13 & 45 gal) First Place Family – A St. Vincent de Paul program. A refuge and place of support for children and their families who are low income, at risk of losing their housing or are already in transition between homes. Services help families meet their immediate needs as well as promoting self-sufficiency.
Sponsors: Backpacks, Clothing, Good raingear (for working outdoors), Men’s dress pants & jeans, 34, 36, 38 waist,32 & 34 length, Men’s underwear, Socks, Winter coats, hats & gloves, Women’s dress pants & jeans, all larger sizes, Women’s underwear, sizes 9, 10, 11 & 12, Kitchen utensils, pots and pans, Personal hygiene items: soap, shampoo, conditioner, tampons & pads, deodorant, makeup, facial tissues, cough drops, disposable razors. Sponsors – Offers housing, employment, counseling and mentoring to people with criminal histories.
ShelterCare Supported Housing/Hawthorn House: Small kitchen appliances, Dishes, Pots and pans, Hats, gloves, scarves, Sheets, blankets, towels, Dish and laundry detergent, Feminine hygiene products, Art supplies. Shelter Care supported housing (which includes Hawthorn apartments) – Provides mental health support services combined with permanent subsidized housing for individuals and families with psychiatric disabilities.
HIV Alliance: Socks, Razors, Stocking caps and gloves, Feminine hygiene products, Wipes, Sunscreen, Can openers, Water bottles, Sleeping bags, Tents and tarps, Backpacks, School supplies: Pencils, Notebooks, Backpacks, Pencil holders. HIV Alliance – Mission is to support people living with HIV/AIDs and prevent new cases by youth and adult education prevention programs targeting key communities, and through programs and services to improve social, physical and mental health of these people. The agency has expanded program to provide support to people with Hepatitis C.
Square One Villages: Pain relievers, Umbrellas, Rain coats or ponchos, Rain pants, Sweatshirts, Large flat hot water bottles, Pillowcases to make rice bags for keeping warm at night, Toe warmers, Hand warmers, Winter gloves, 6-volt batteries, Fuzzy blankets. Square One/Looking Glass/Station 7 – Emergency shelter, family reconciliation, support for runaway and homeless youth ages 11-17.
Looking Glass, Station 7/New Roads: Personal hygiene items (unused): soap, shampoo, conditioner, tampons & pads, deodorant, makeup, facial tissues, disposable razors, toothbrushes, Sleeping bags, Clothing (clean, and new or lightly used) excluding underwear, Socks, shoes, shirts, pants, bicycles, pumps, blankets, board games, puzzles, books, brooms, mops, vacuum, duffle bags, silverware, dinnerware, cleaning supplies, hair brushes, combs, trash cans, luggage, microwaves, toasters, school supplies (all). New Roads – Traditional and independent living services for homeless youth ages 16-21. Drop-in center offers food, clothing, showers, basic needs and internet and job search materials. Counseling is also available. There is also a New Roads school.
Date(s) - Feb 9, 2020 until Feb 19 2020
Westminster Presbyterian Church