Amazon Wishlist for

Girls Inc. of Worcester
125 Providence St, Worcester, MA 01604

Help give our girls the resources they need! Check out our Amazon Wishlist for ideas.

Animal Supplies for

Animal Rescue League of Boston
10 Chandler St, Boston, MA 02116

At this time, we are unable to accept bedding or other “soft goods”, or in-person supply drop-offs at our Animal Care and Adoption Centers. However, you can still send much-needed animal supplies through Amazon shelter wish lists for Boston, Dedham, and Brewster.
  • Wishlist - Amazon, etc
  • In-Kind Donations
We are in search of baseball artifacts (photos, articles, bats, balls, gloves, uniforms, etc.) that help tell the rich history of baseball in Berkshire County.
  • In-Kind Donations

Berkshire Humane Wish List for

Berkshire Humane Society
214 Barker Rd, Pittsfield, MA 01201

All items currently needed at the shelter can be found on our "Wish List" at under the "Get Involved" tab.

Birthday Gift Needs for

Birthday Wishes, Inc.
Cochituate Place, 24 Superior Dr, Natick, MA 01760

The Birthday Wishes model relies on donations of new items to provide birthday parties each month. Help us celebrate by donating items for a birthday celebrant to unwrap or shopping our Amazon Wish List!
Give blood. The Red Cross is working hard to maintain a sufficient blood supply due to an unprecedented number of blood drive cancellations during this coronavirus outbreak. Healthy individuals are needed now to donate to help patients including victims of car accidents and other emergencies, or patients suffering from cancer requiring lifesaving blood.Learn more about donation safety protocols > Find a blood drive near you >
  • Item Collection
Building material is needed for each home we build from wood, insulation, nails, tools, personal protection items (masks, gloves, eye wear) and more.
  • In-Kind Donations
Here’s our Amazon WISH LIST of things we need, but feel free to get items elsewhere too! BJs, Best Buy, Staples, WB Mason, WalMart, and many others, especially local businesses, allow you to purchase items on line. Either ship to us directly, or drop them off on the front porch of the Club! Just let us know what you are getting so we can adjust the list! We need your help to re-open! In order to continue to serve our kids In a COVID-19 world, we have to purchase new equipment that can be easily sanitized, provide separate supplies for every kid, give them access to technology, and provide PPE to use as part of our daily operations. The MOST IMMEDIATE NEED is for the 6’ resin folding tables and chromebooks since the kids will be contained to one space and can’t share equipment. NJ We can’t do this without you! Reopening and dealing with COVID19 is going to cost significantly more than what comes in to us as revenue, and the changes are being mandated by the state. THANK YOU for your help in re-opening our doors!!! Shipping address: Boys & Girls Club of Cape Cod 31 Frank E. Hicks Drive Mashpee MA 02649 Mailing Address PO Box 895 Mashpee MA 02649
  • Wishlist - Amazon, etc
Did you know that less than 3% of foster youth go to college? Help us support foster youth who are defying the odds with college care packages! Each youth will receive a special package full of college essentials and goodies.We are accepting various items for care packages including:
Gift cards:
• Wal-Mart • Target • iTunes • Dunkin Donuts • Starbucks • Dominos • Papa Gino’s
• Easy Mac • Ramen • Candy and Gum • Mini cereal boxes • Granola bars • Microwave popcorn
• Shipping supplies • Flash drives • Ear buds • Small/travel size toiletries • Monetary donations which we’ll use for all of the above
 You can also shop our Amazon Wish List.Looking for a creative way to obtain some of these items? Organize your coworkers to hold a drive. Challenge your friends to solicit donations from local stores. Ask your church group to collect items from community members.Every little bit helps, and together, we can show these amazing youth that there are lots of people cheering them on! Please contact us with questions or to arrange pick-up/drop-off of donations.
  • In-Kind Donations
  • Item Collection
  • Wishlist - Amazon, etc
  • Wish List
Donations of autos, trucks, or boats will benefit LifePath’s Meals on Wheels program. Just contact Helping Hands of America, toll-free at 1-888-881-9090 or online, and they will pick up your donation.
  • We accept zakat-ul-fitr or zakat-ul-maal and distribute locally
  • We accept Udhiya/Qurbani
  • We accept your lightly used clothing, housewares, or non-perishable food items, in-kind
For financial and in-kind food donations, please contact Mike Lehner at (937) 223-7217 ext. 1142 or email [email protected]. You may also make financial gifts online at
  • In-Kind Donations
What Kind of Food Do People Need? If you're considering donating food to our Emergency Food Pantry, here are some helpful guidelines to keep in mind.

The following items are always in demand:

  • Tuna fish
  • Rice
  • Spaghetti Sauce
  • Peanut Butter
  • Kids Snacks
  • Canned Pasta
  • Meal Helpers
  • Baby food
  • Noodles
  • Canned vegetables and fruits
Our pantry also has 5 freezers and 4 refrigerators. We accept refrigerated and frozen foods as well as the canned and dry foods.For the health and dignity of those we serve, we cannot accept badly dented cans, outdated cans, or open packages.The Emergency Food Pantry is open Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
In response to COVID-19, We are looking for donations of
  • Hand Sanitizer
  • Masks
  • medical gloves
  • Item Collection
The ReStore is in need of donated items. If you have unwanted items around your home such as furniture, lighting, appliances, electrical, plumbing, home goods, building material and more please donate them to the ReStore. We offer pick up.

Immediate Needs for

Our Community Food Pantry
220 College Hwy, Southwick, MA 01077

The Food Pantry is in need of cereal. During this busy time of year we are especially thankful for our donors who find time to help ensure that our hungry neighbors have enough to eat. Thanks to all of our generous donors. We also need:
  • Coffee
  • Tea
  • Hot Chocolate
  • Juice
For some CATA artists, technology may be a barrier to participating in online programs. Please contact [email protected] to learn more about how your donation of an iPad can bring creativity and connection to CATA artists. Please note that iPads should be in working order, be able to hold a charge, and be no more than 3-5 years old. Contact CATA for more information on donating iPads.
  • In-Kind Donations
Gift Cards from:
  • CVS
  • Target
  • Shaw's
  • Stop & Shop
  • Wal-Mart
Other Donations:
  • Small appliances and electronics
  • microwave
  • toaster
  • coffeemaker
  • alarm clock
  • bed linens
  • pillows
  • shower curtain
  • towels
  • cleaning products
  • broom
  • mop/bucket
  • dish soap
  • sponges
  • dishes
  • flatware
  • pans
  • cooking utensils
  • oven mitts
  • can opener
  • Item Collection
Items Always Needed:
  • Towels & Sheets: Clean of any size!
  • Dog Beds & Bedding: Dog beds, especially large ones with washable covers, as well as washable blankets and comforters.
  • Kongs: All sizes. Interactive Dog Toys & Treat Dispensers: Tug-a-jugs, BusyBuddy toys, Buster Cubes, and other toys that stimulate dogs’ minds.
  • Dog Crates: All sizes. Grooming Equipment: Furminators, brushes, clippers, non-toxic shampoos & coat conditioners.
  • Item Collection
  • Canned Meats (Tuna, Ham, Spam, etc.)
  • Mayonnaise & Other Condiments
  • Peanut Butter & Jelly
  • Canned Pasta
  • Rice
  • Beans
  • Macaroni & cheese
  • Cereal
  • Beef stew
  • Canned Vegetables, Fruits & Juices
  • Pasta & Canned Sauces
  • Soups
  • Dry Milk
  • Paper Products
  • Dishwashing Liquid
  • Laundry Detergent
  • Bath Soap
  • Shampoo
  • Diapers
  • Grocery Store Gift Certificates

There is a need for large packages of food for families in need, but also single sizes for those who are homeless. Microwaveable food is also needed for our families currently living in area motels.

Thank you for your generosity!

Help out our partner agencies and non-profit community partners by providing home-made face masks!Our non-profit partners are on the front lines providing support to families and individuals in need. Many of these agencies don’t have protective equipment for employees and clients who need services. Help us create masks to send out to our community partners in need!Here are some how to's on making DIY face masks!No-Sew Bandana Masks InstructionsCut T-shirt InstructionsSewn Cloth Mask Instructions
  • Make Items