Residential & Youth Needs | HomeSpun Boutique | Hub of Hope & Outreach | Food Pantry
The Project HOME community greatly appreciates receiving in-kind items. Unfortunately, space and staff limitations make it impossible for Project HOME to accept certain types of items. In addition, needs are dependent upon the specific needs of the individuals served. Please click on any one of the four tabs to see the needs of our various programming.
The Hub of Hope accepts donations Tuesday through Thursday from 9 am to 6 pm and Monday, Friday from 9 am to 2 pm. The Hub is located at 1400 Arch Street, in the Lower Level of the Suburban Station Concourse between the Municipal Services Building and the opening at Broad St. and Arch St.
As we meet the needs of those in poverty, we are healing ourselves and our nation. As we ensure that all families have enough to eat, we are building the banquet table for everyone. As we work to provide health care and quality education to all, we are making our whole society healthier and wiser. As we bring those living on our streets home, we are finding our own way home because…
“None of us are home until all of us are home.”
As part of our individualized, one-on-one relationship approach, Project HOME does not engage in mass outdoor food distribution to people living on the streets. Project HOME also does not engage in large-scale handouts of clothing or blankets, and cannot advise your group on how to do so.
Project HOME cannot accept the following items:
- Used bedding and/or blankets
- Used socks and/or underwear
- Furniture and large household appliances
- Toys or baby equipment
- Perishable food
- Opened or used toiletries
For in-kind donations, please contact Project HOME's Volunteer and In-Kind Gifts Coordinator, John Owens at 215-320-6199 to confirm the ability to accept the donation. Donations will be accepted Monday – Friday from 9a to 5p.
Thank you in advance for your support and generosity.
- Linens (bed/bath)
- Twin-size sheet sets
- Pillows and Pillowcases
- Twin-size Blankets/Comforters
- Bath and Hand towels Washcloths
TOILETRIES (full size)
- Shampoo (men/women)
- Deodorant (men/women)
- Soap bars (men/women)
- Toothpaste and toothbrushes (men/women)
- Shaving gel or cream (men/women)
- Disposable razors (men/women)
- Hand sanitizer
- Depends diapers (especially in small and medium sizes)
- Lotion and medicated lotion
- Cough drops
CLEANING PRODUCTS – Eco-friendly Only
- Cleaning supplies (bath/kitchen)
- Dish and hand soap (liquid)
- Laundry detergent (liquid)
- Cleaning gloves
- Cleaning and dish sponges
- ($25) Gift card (Old Navy, Target, or iTunes) As achievements rewards
- New school supplies
- Copy books & Loose leaf paper
- Pencils & Pens
- Washable markers
- Small binders & Folders
- Post-It pads
- Calculators for kids
- Glue sticks
HOME Spun is a resale boutique that empowers people recovering from chronic homelessness with employment and job training opportunities. This Project HOME social enterprise aims to break the cycle of unemployment and poverty through a self-funded retail business.
HOME Spun Resale Boutique accepts high quality, like new men and women’s clothing and accessories including coats, shoes, jewelry, scarves, hats, ties, gloves, and purses.
HomeSpun is now accepting books!
We accept donations anytime we are open, Monday through Friday, 11 am to 7 pm, and Saturday, 11 am to 5 pm. All donations are fully tax deductible. Sales associates can provide a tax receipt.
Interested in donating new bedding, toiletries, or other non-apparel items to Project HOME?
Please contact the In-Kind Donations at 215-320-6199.
The Hub of Hope offers a safe place where people can enjoy a warm cup of coffee, take a shower and wash laundry, and speak to peers or case managers to begin the process of finding a permanent home. It creates even greater opportunities to connect individuals experiencing homelessness to recovery, medical care and ultimately stable, supportive housing.
The Hub of Hope accepts donations Tuesday through Thursday from 9 am to 6 pm and Monday, Friday from 9 am to 2 pm.
in the Lower Level of the Suburban Station Concourse between the
Municipal Services Building and the opening at Broad St. and Arch St.
If you require assistance, please coordinate with please coordinate with Eliza Mongeau at email@example.com prior to delivery. If coming by car, it is easiest to stop at the Municipal Services Building pull through on Arch Street between Broad and 15th. Call the Hub of Hope at 215-309-5225 when you are a few minutes away and staff will come and meet you with hand carts to pick up the donations.
Project HOME is currently in need of the following items for The Hub of Hope walk-in engagement center:
- New underwear and socks (men/women)
- Travel sized toiletries: shampoo, conditioner, body wash/soap, lotion, toothpaste, toothbrushes, shaving cream and razors
- Feminine hygiene products and cleansing wipes
- Laundry detergent pods
- Body towels and washcloths
- New/gently used warm-weather clothing, such as sweatpants, sweatshirts, coats, hats, and gloves (men/women)
Project HOME operates two food pantries in North Central Philadelphia for area families and Stephen Klein Wellness Center patients to access healthy, non-perishable food items.
To drop off deliveries, please direct all donations to the Helen Brown Community Center at 1845 N 23rd St, Philadelphia, 19121. Donations are accepted food Monday-Wednesday, 10am to 1pm. Please call 215-235-3110 for more information.
Project HOME provides a food pantry in North Central Philadelphia for area families to access healthy, non-perishable food items, such as:
- Canned fruit and vegetables
- Healthy after-school snacks for kids
- Peanut butter
- Jelly and jam
- Rice and pasta
- Low-sodium soup
- Cans of beans