This list is of most commonly distributed items. For program specific wish list see below.
Feminine personal care products
New twin mattresses
Kitchen pots and pans
Stocking caps and gloves
To help the homeless get back on their feet and provide them with personal care items, we are always grateful for those willing to donate items. Such as personal care items, cleaning supplies, gently used socks and much more. Please call or contact us with any questions.
Program Wish List
Please call (982-6611) or bring the smaller items to St. Elizabeth at 804 Alarid Street.
Clothing – Hats, gloves, boots, shoes, socks, men’s jackets, sweaters, hooded sweatshirts, long underwear, winter outerwear.
Personal hygiene – Disposable razors, shampoo, deodorant, chapstick.
Other – Sleeping bags, sleeping pads or mats, blankets.
Food – Milk, juice, fresh fruits, bottled water, cheese, ground beef, chicken, pork, ham, turkey, roasts.
Non-food items – Non-alcoholic cough syrup, thera-flu, multivatimins, Emergen-C® packets, cough drops, Vitamin C, lip balm, band aids, alka-seltzer cold®, pepto-bismol®, hand sanitizer, hand wipes, tissues, Lysol spray, foot powder.
Volunteers – Handyman/woman for repairs, front-desk receptionists for 4- to 8-hour blocks of time once a week, cooks for dinners any night.
Please call (983-2042) or bring the smaller items to Casa Familia at 1604 Berry Ave.
Clothing – Women’s underwear, socks, warm jackets, shoes, weather-appropriate boots; girl’s/boy’s clothing, school uniforms.
Personal Hygiene - Shampoo, conditioner, feminine hygiene products, disposable razors (female), toothbrushes, toothpaste, band aids, hair brushes, foot powder, body soap, nail clippers, nail files, deodorant (women’s) alka-seltzer cold®, pepto-bismol®, over-the-counter medication (ibuprofen), baby wipes, baby powder.
Food - Non-perishable food, water, juice, spices.
Other - Blankets, bed sheets (twin), diapers (all sizes, particularly 2-5), cleaning supplies, dish soap, toilet paper, paper towels, laundry detergent, latex-free gloves, kitchen utensils, kitchen pots & pans, water bottles, shower shoes, AA/9-volt batteries, backpacks (adult & children), bus passes (Santa Fe Trails one-day, round trip or monthly), passes for community activities (eg. Chavez Center or Children’s Museum), standard tools for home repair.
Volunteers - Front-desk receptionists from 4- to 8-hour blocks of time once a week, cooks for dinner any night.
Please call (471-3456) to discuss their current needs before bringing them to the facility at 3811½ Cerrillos Road.
Household Items - Kitchen appliances, cleaning supplies, pet food.
Larger Items - Flatscreen tvs, computers & laptops, fencing materials.