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Ways to Give

 

Donate to Do More in 24  beginning at midnight June 1st and ending at 11:59 PM.

The Shelter can and does use a great deal of supplies that are donated from members of the community and by various organizations and businesses. It is truly those donations that allow us to assist those in need in the community. Also, please remember that cash donations are placed into the general fund to pay the shelter's ongoing bills unless prior arrangements are made to earmark funds for a special project. Items received  are given to residents to be used during their stay at the shelter or given to them when they move into their own home.

No items donated to The Shepherd Place are ever sold.

Unexpired coupons are always needed and help us save money!  They can be dropped in the basket at the front desk.

Redners tapes for the Save-a-tape program can also be given to the shelter; Redners will donate 1% of the total to the Shepherd Place.

Household Items for Shelter and Transitional Housing Use

Ongoing Need:

  • Twin Size bed linens,  comforters,
  • Towels and wash cloths.
  • Laundry detergent, fabric softener
  • Trash bags (Large and Kitchen size)
  • General Cleaner, like Mr. Clean, 409 etc.
  • Bleach,Disinfecting Wipes
  • Windex
  • Paper towels
  • Zip lock bags

Occasional Need Items   please call before delivery 302-678-1909

  • Mops, brooms, dustpans, dusting cloths.
  • Landscaping tools.
  • Office supplies.
  • Pots and pans, cooking utensils.
  • Bath mats, rugs.
  • Curtains.
  • Plates, bowls, cups, dishes, silverware, etc.

Food

  • Cereals, breakfast bars.
  • Ground coffee, filters
  • Tea bags
  • Sugar
  • Kool Aid
  • Drink mixes (Capri Sun,-Sipps-Juggs
  • Butter- Country Crock etc.

Bathroom Supplies

(New items only please) items supplied to clients as needed.

  • Toothbrushes, disposable razors, fingernail clippers, etc.
  • Shampoo, body wash, lotion, toothpaste, deodorants, etc.
  • Feminine hygiene items.
  • Denture care supplies.

Baby Supplies

  • Diapers, training pants of all sizes.
  • Clothing.
  • Car seats (new only due to safety concerns)
  • Travel cribs and playpens (new only due to safety concerns)

Seasonal

  • Winter coats and gloves, especially children's sizes.
  • School supplies, backpacks, notebooks, etc.

 

The Shepherd Place provides relief to families and individuals who are in distress or dire economic situations without regard to age, race, creed, national origin or sexual orientation. The Shepherd Place is intended to provide short term emergency shelter and works to reduce the degree of homelessness in Kent County, Delaware.