Children's Books needed for

360 Blueprint
390 Freeport Blvd #5, Sparks, NV 89431

We are in need of the following items:
  • School supplies
  • Children's Books (K-8th)
  • Warm/Winter Clothing
Please drop-off all donations at our office during operating hours. If you have any other donation inquires or questions please contact our office.
Our food pantry needs:
  • Nonperishable & canned food items
  • Sugar
  • Dry rice, dry beans
  • Coffee
  • Margarine
  • Cornmeal
  • Saltine crackers
  • Egg noodles
  • Canned meats (tuna, chicken, ham)
Clothing donations for men, women and children always needed as well as personal care items.
Join us by making a monetary contribution.

What would you wear to a job interview? That is exactly the type of clothing we are looking for to distribute to our clients. Your fabulous suits and other professional apparel could furnish another woman with the confidence to enter or return to the workplace, make a great first impression and land a job that could change her life.

Additionally, many of our clients go directly to an interview, so please ensure that all items donated are freshly dry-cleaned / laundered and ironed, not more than 5 years old, and suitable for wearing to job interviews. Thanks!

  • In-Kind Donations
  • Item Collection

Donation of Personal Protective Equipment for

Community Health Alliance
680 S Rock Blvd, Reno, NV 89502

As the COVID-19 situation continues to impact our community, we are monitoring our supply needs. Community Health Alliance is accepting donations of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):Face Masks – Unopened N95, paper earloop or tie, in original carton, hand-sewn masks with pocket for HEPA filter. Eye Protection – Including face shields Surgical Gowns Shoe Covers Hand Sanitizer – With at least 60 percent alcohol Kindly direct your donations to Sabrina Brasuell at [email protected]

Donations needed for

Good Shepherd’s Clothes Closet (GSCC)
335 Record St, Reno, NV 89512

The number one thing on most peoples minds right now is the Coronavirus. It is a very present reality that can not be ignored. Most businesses are closed. But being closed to the public does not mean that work does not still go on. At Good Shepherd’s Clothes Closet we are working toward the time when we will reopen.Almost all of our financial obligations are fixed expenses which still need to be met. As you know we use volunteers so we have a staff of only two people.We are preparing to get back to giving away free clothes when we are once again able to do so safely and responsibly. We anticipate that many people, especially families with children, will be struggling financially. To keep going we need monetary donations now to be ready to help. Keep in mind that we give away clothes at no charge to the recipient. We depend on your generosity.We have plenty of clothes and are confident that the volunteers will come back. Meanwhile we need money to keep functioning while we work toward what it takes to once again serve those in need in the Reno-sparks community.Please consider a cash donation to Good Shepherd’s Clothes Closet. You can do so on our web site or by sending a check toGood Shepherd’s Clothes Closet335 Record StreetReno, NV 89512Thank youChris RhodesExecutive Director

Food for the Prescription Food Pantry for

Community Health Alliance
680 S Rock Blvd, Reno, NV 89502

The Prescription Food Pantry addresses one of the most critical determinants of health; making sure patients have access to healthy food. In the past year, the Prescription Food Pantry has provided 45,374 individuals with food. Your donations directly fund the purchases of meat, eggs, vegetables, quinoa and other healthy food. Your donations are truly making a difference!If you’d like to make healthy, dry food donations to our Prescription Food Pantry, please contact Helina Ashagrie at [email protected] or (775) 336-3079, or you can donate online.
We often run low on many basic necessities that our homeless clients need most, like the items listed below. Your help is welcomed and appreciated!
  • Monetary donations and gift cards allow us to purchase items that are needed most
  • New adult men’s underwear, thermals, sweat pants, and socks
  • Men’s shoes (gently used is ok)
  • Men’s shaving razors
  • Adult toothbrushes and travel size toothpaste
  • Travel and/or full size body wash, lotions, shampoos, deodorant, sunscreen, and chapstick
  • Small hair combs and brushes
  • Nail clippers
  • Non-perishable food such as snack items and/or ready-to-eat meals (like soups, chili, pasta, etc.)
Contact Stephan Page, VOA Development Associate, to arrange donation drop offs! Email [email protected] or call (775) 322-7002
  • In-Kind Donations
  • Item Collection
Due to COVID-19, the needs of our community are greater than ever before. Partner with our teams on the front lines by making a gift to support their vital work with those most vulnerable in the community.$65 - Supplies a 65 pound box of groceries for a family of four$150 - Provides RTC day bus pass for 50 people$250 - Gives 5 immigrant clients phone consultations with an accredited representative$952 - Allows us to prepare a nutritious freshly prepared meal for 280 people$1250 - Prevents a family from becoming homeless
  • In-Kind Donations

Meeting the increased needs of domestic violence victims and their children during times like these can’t be done without community support! As we encourage those who can to give, we also want to take the time to recognize just a few of our many amazing supporters!A big thank you to K. Donavan, A Staging Company for encouraging support on our behalf which raised more than $1,500 to help us meet the need for increased motel assistance for those we serve. In addition, thank you to the employees at the Kaempfer Crowell Law Office who donated more than $500 in much needed groceries/meals for those who are sheltering in motel settings. And finally, a big thank you to our supporters who have donated Friday night dinners for emergency shelter residents. These meals make our residents feel special during this time of great uncertainty
  • In-Kind Donations

Items needed for

Eddy House
423 E 6th St, Reno, NV 89512

Eddy House takes the health and safety of clients, staff and the community very seriously. As of March 31st, we will no longer be accepting walk in donations, visits from the public or scheduling tours.If you would like to donate goods, please do so via Amazon or another online retailer. You can also call or email for additional donation questions. We are still accepting Food Donations and donations of hot meals. Visit our calendar for availability.
  • In-Kind Donations
  • Wishlist - Amazon, etc
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Medical Supplies for

CARE Chest of Sierra Nevada
7910 N Virginia St, Reno, NV 89506

Donations of Medical Equipment & Supplies CARE Chest was founded 30 years ago on the generosity of the community who donated their gently used medical equipment and supplies. We remain dependent on that generous spirit. If you are planning to donate your gently used equipment or supplies, please call our offices at 775-829-2273 before making the trip to our North Virginia Street headquarters. Team members and signage will be available to help make the donation process easy and safe.

Items we need

There are items that CARE Chest can always use, including: wheelchairs, shower and commode seats, transfer benches and other bathroom safety items; hospital-style beds, scooters, electric wheelchairs and other mobility items; diabetic testing supplies, including test strips and lancets; syringes for diabetic clients who use insulin; Ostomy/colostomy supplies, incontinence protection (adult diapers and Pull-Ups); Ensure, Glucerna and Carnation Instant breakfast for our Medical Nutrition Program.

Items we don’t take

Sometimes our stock of certain items, like crutches, exceeds the needs of our clients. We cannot accept respiratory equipment or prescription medications of any kind.
When people move into our housing programs, they need necessities like bedding and bathroom supplies to get started, like the items below. Your help is welcomed and appreciated!
  • Comforters (full size)
  • Blankets (full size)
  • Sheets (twin size)
  • Shower curtain sets
  • Bath mats
  • Pillows (standard size)
  • Towel sets (bath size, hand size, and washcloths)
Contact Stephan Page, VOA Development Associate, to arrange your donation drop off! Email [email protected] or call (775) 322-7002
  • In-Kind Donations
  • Item Collection


Size 3, 4, and 5 Diapers—We have plenty of newborn and small-sized diapers, but there is a growing demand for larger sizes to meet the needs of moms with older babies in our community.Maternity Clothes- New maternity clothes are always appreciated.Formula—Of all kinds! Milk-based, soy, hypoallergenic, lactose-free. You name it! We’d love to be able to offer these formulas to our babies with special dietary needs.Scrapbooking Supplies—Baby books, disposable cameras, collage frames or other items to help our new moms celebrate and memorialize their baby’s arrival.Gas Cards & Bus Passes—Would go along way toward helping our girls get to and from school, work, and doctors appointments.Silent Auction Items— Items such as restaurant/boutique gift certificates or tickets to a play would make wonderful additions to our silent auction at our fall fundraising event.Thank You Cards & Stamps— Blank “Thank you” cards and stamps to mail them with would be so appreciated. We take thanking our volunteers, donors, and friends very seriously!Gift Cards — WalMart, Target, Visa, or any grocery store. It would help us get necessary items for the residents as well as the house.Furniture—There is always a need for infant specific furniture items such as bassinets, high chairs and newer cribs.