In-kind contributions are a way to create an atmosphere of safety and support.
Paper products, toiletries, and other items that many of us take for granted cannot be purchased as part of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program or SNAP for lower-income women with families.
We are able to pass these and other items (see below) on to program participants in a way that gives them the gift of choice.
Office materials and services benefit our clients by freeing up resources for direct services.
Regrettably, we are unable to accept computers more than two years old, office furniture in need of repair, or stuffed animals or other toys that cannot be thoroughly cleaned and disinfected.