Shasta Homeless Continuum of Care

CITY OF REDDING/SHASTA COUNTY CONTINUUM OF CARE

"HERE'S HOW YOU CAN HELP LIST"

The following list was developed by our local network of homeless service providers and is intended to serve as a "one-stop" location for individuals and others within the community seeking opportunities to assist in the donation of their time, goods, products or miscellaneous materials to help organizations in their fight to eliminate homelessness. Feel free to review this comprehensive list, choose an organization, and offer a "helping hand".

Bridges to Community (241-8377)

  • Volunteers for week-end activities
  • Fiscal underwriting and support for direct services/furnishings/supplies
  • Economical vehicle
  • Willing persons to serve on an advisory board for fundraising & asset mapping

FaithWORKS! (242-1492)

  • Furnishings for transitional housing
  • Sponsors for transitional housing families
  • Mentors

Good News Rescue Mission (241-5754)

  • Christian videos and DVD's
  • Bus passes for our Work Search/Housing program
  • Pens
  • Interview clothes
  • Nightgowns
  • Socks
  • Under garments
  • Towels and Wash cloths
  • Sheets
  • Blankets
  • Razors
  • Long Johns

Legal Services of Northern California (241-3565)

  • Translation services for clients
  • Videos (VHS tapes) and toys for children to entertain them during parent appointments
  • Volunteers with legal experience
  • Computer
  • Display racks for brochures
  • Video storage racks or shelves

Living Hope Compassion Ministries (243-8066)

  • Blankets, sleeping bags, jackets & backpacks
  • Can openers
  • Socks
  • Undergarments
  • Men's clothes
  • Toiletries
  • Laundry soap
  • Coffee, sugar, and all varieties of dry food
  • Diapers and "Depends"
  • Cleaning supplies and dish soap
  • Large and small garbage bags
  • Paper products; cups, utensils, plates, bowls, napkins, foil, saran wrap & zip locks
  • Pens
  • First aid supplies
  • Copy machine
  • Remodel of Living Hope (enclose office, provide ceiling above clothing room, expand bathroom and shower room, expand kitchen & laundry room)
  • Washer & dryer
  • New roof
  • Lockers with pad locks
  • Industrial kitchen ware (slicing machine, food guards, food processor, rice cooker, electric steamer, automatic ice machine)
  • Floor heaters

Northern Valley Catholic Social Service (241-0552)

  • Donated land for affordable housing production
  • Household items for start-up families (i.e., cleaning supplies, kitchen goods, sheets, etc.)
  • Baby items for the Teen Parenting Program (i.e., car seats, diapers, clothing, toys, etc.)
  • Donated art supplies for the Stillwater Day Program such as recycled calendars, paints, and fabrics
  • If people are interested in donating time and volunteering for the agency, they can Volunteer Services at 241-0552
  • Gift cards (i.e., grocery, Wal-Mart, Target, etc.)
  • Children's software
  • Computers/printers for senior & family community rooms (housing complexes)

People of Progress (243-3811)

  • Items for Care Packages (i.e., socks, toothpaste, gloves)

Restoration Enterprises, Inc. (245-0500)

(Automotive Program)
  • Donated Vehicles
  • Job Referrals

(CREW Construction Program)
  • Hand and power tools
  • Good condition materials
  • Job referrals (available to bid construction or remodel work)
  • Large Trailer
  • Cement Mixer

(Office)
  • Two color printers
  • Computer projector (for PowerPoint presentation)

Shasta Community Health Center (246-5710)

(HOPE Wish List)
  • Socks
  • Sleeping Bags (new not used) & blankets
  • Gloves
  • Stocking Hats
  • Rain Slickers
  • Another Van for Medical Outreach
  • Sewing Kits
  • Nail Clippers
  • Chapstick

Independent Living Center of Northern California (242-8550)

Shasta County Public Health (225-5591)

Shasta County Women's Refuge (244-0687)

  • Goods
  • Gift cards (Grocery Stores, Wal-Mart, Target, Kmart, etc.) for shelter
  • Gas Cards
  • Vacuum clear for shelter
  • Shop vacuum for vehicles and bathroom floods
  • Carpet cleaner
  • Small appreciation gifts for volunteers
  • Lamps for shelter
  • Writing journals for clients
Services
  • Cleaning services
  • Translation services for printed materials from English to Spanish
Thanks to a recent grant, we currently do not need sweats or small toiletries.

Temple Builders (223-2970)

  • Volunteers for service, particularly mentors
  • Housing opportunities for single men or women

Redding School District Remedy Project (245-7725)

Veterans Recovery Project (243-8387)

  • Volunteer as an active board member (preferably a veteran)
  • Financial support to help returning veterans get established

 

 

 


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