In-Kind Donations | Project HOME

In-Kind Donations


Donations of hygiene items, clothing and non-perishable food items are always welcome.  Donations may be dropped off at Project HOME's 1515 Fairmount Avenue location Monday - Friday between 9 am - 5 pm.  Due to limited staff resources, Project HOME cannot pick up donations. 

We are currently in need of the following:

  • Toiletries including shampoo, conditioner, body wash, soap, toothpaste, toothbrush, shaving cream, razors
  • Men's and Women's underwear
  • Feminine Hygiene products
  • Hand sanitizer
  • Laundry detergent 
  • Linens - sheets, blankets, pillows, pillowcases (twin or double size)
  • Towels and washcloths 
  • Shower caps and shower shoes
  • New warm-weather clothing, such as sweatpants, sweatshirts, coats, hats, scarves, gloves (men's and women's)

HOME Spun Resale Boutique accepts high quality, like-new men’s and women's clothing and accessories including coats, shoes, jewelry, scarves, hats, ties, gloves and purses. HOME Spun Resale Boutique is located at 1523 Fairmount Avenue, and accepts walk-in donations during business hours. Please visit the webpage for more information about hours of operation.

Food Pantries
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.

Locations for Food Pantry Deliveries
St. Elizabeth's Community Center (1845 N 23rd St, Philadelphia), will accept food pantry drop offs Monday-Wednesday, 10am to 1pm. Please call 215-235-3110 for more information.

Stephen Klein Wellness Center (2144 Cecil B. Moore Ave, Philadelphia) will accept food pantry drop offs by appointment. Please call 215-320-6187 to schedule.

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
  • Computers
  • Perishable food
  • Opened or used toiletries
  • Used books

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.


For questions, email [email protected].