If you would like to donate clothing or toiletries you can contact Rene Cross at (317) 400-7931 or drop donation off at Agape Alliance.
Shop at Amazon Smile and the AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the price of eligible purchases to GiGi's Playhouse Indianapolis!

You can always help by purchasing items from TLTP's wish list on Amazon.com. The TLTP's wish list page includes many basic pregnancy and early childhood items - select your item(s), complete your purchase and the item(s) will be distributed to a deserving Mom-to-be.

Baby/Children Items for

Dayspring Center
1537 Central Ave, Indianapolis, IN 46202

Disposable Diapers all sizes, especially 4, 5 & 6 Pull-ups – all sizes Baby Wipes Baby Wash Baby Oil Baby Powder Sippy Cups White t-shirts – all sizes Socks – infants to teens Underwear – toddler, children and teen sizes boxers for boys
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  • Paint
  • Drywall
  • Spackle and scraper
  • Sandpaper
  • Doors
  • Office furniture
  • Working laptop computers
  • Printers
  • Refrigerator
  • Deep freezer
  • Gardening equipment
  • Tables
  • Art supplies
  • Books
  • Pots & pans sets
  • Kitchen towels, cloths, pot holders
  • Cooking utensils
  • Knives
  • Seeds
Every item on our Wishlist helps us continue our mission of improving lives through the power of the human-dog bond.If you have questions or would like to drop off items instead of purchase them through Amazon, please email Kelsey Burton at [email protected] NEED: Indoor Training Space for our Classes & Evaluations Deluxe Easy Walk Harness, 2 Larges, 2 mediums, 2 medium/large (tweener size) Printing Services (Flyers, Brochures, Business Cards, Posters, New Banner, etc.) Gift Cards for Pet Valu, Pet Supplies Plus, City Dogs Grocery, or Pet People for supplies for Youth-Canine Program Kroger Gift Cards for Hot Dogs and Cheese for training dogs in the Youth-Canine Program $25 Gift Cards for Thank You Gifts to Volunteers and Guest Evaluators (Restaurants, Shops) Stamps (Need Several Sheets and Rolls) NEW books for kids at K-2nd grade reading levels. Squeeze Cheese Pupperoni Sticks Peanut Butter Stuffed, Durable Dog Toys (Our pups go through these quickly.) Hand Sanitize Wipes Non-Splatter Bleach (Lavender Scent Preferred) Printer Ink for Canon PGI-1200XL Black and Color Combo Printer Ink HP 61 Black and Color Combo Printer Ink Canon PGI-225 Black Printer Ink HP64 Black & Color Legal Size #10 Envelopes (No windows) Printer Paper Craft Supplies for Kennel Cards (Sticker/adhesive letters, stickers especially hearts and stars, glue sticks, double sided tape) Scotch Tape Command Damage -Free Hanging Strips-Medium or Large Certificate Paper to Print Youth-Canine Graduation Certificates

Donate a Vehicle for

Alzheimer's Association Greater Indiana Chapter
50 E 91st St #100, Indianapolis, IN 46240

If you’re thinking of trading or selling a car, truck, van, motorcycle, trailer or boat, consider donating your vehicle to the Alzheimer's Association.Your charitable donation helps contribute to our mission to end Alzheimer's and all other dementia — by accelerating global research, driving risk reduction and early detection, and maximizing quality care and support.We partner with CARS (Charitable Adult Rides & Services) and the proceeds go to the Alzheimer's Association, supporting those impacted by Alzheimer’s disease while advancing crucial research.
HVAF’s pantry is available to any veteran in need of emergency food, gently used clothing, and other personal items, including:Non Perishable Foods: Canned Meat, Canned Fruit and Soups, Pasta and Pasta Sauce, Peanut Butter and JellyTowels, Pillows, Wash ClothsMen's Long Johns, Men's Boxers and Briefs, Men's and Women's Shaving Cream, Men's and Women's Deodorant, Men's and Women's Shampoo & Conditioner, Feminine Products, Lotion.Please ­contact HVAF at 317-951-0688 if you would like to donate an item on this list or if you would like to make a financial donation towards a specific item on this list. HVAF can also pick up larger items at your doorstep. If you choose to drop off your items, please call in advance.
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Donate Items for

Mid-North Food Pantry
3333 N Meridian St, Indianapolis, IN 46208

We are in the greatest need of the following food items: Peanut butter, Tuna or other canned meats, Canned fruit or applesauce, Pasta.We also need canned/jar goods: Green Beans, Mixed Vegetables, Whole Corn, Creamed Corn, Tuna, Pork and Beans, Fruit, Applesauce Sauces, Spaghetti Sauce, Gravy, Soups, Stews, Milk;Dry Goods: Oatmeal, Cake Mix, Gravy Mix, Powdered Milk, Gelatin, Pasta, Cereal, Rice;Basic Necessities including but not limited to: Basic manual can openers for our customers to take home, Bags for our customers to take their groceries home, Laundry and Cleaning Supplies, Personal Hygiene Products, Soap, Shaving Cream, Disposable Razors, Toothpaste, Toothbrushes, Shampoo, Conditioner, Lotion, Adhesive Bandages, Feminine Hygiene Products, Baby Products;Equipment and Supplies: Gallon size zip-close plastic bags, Disinfectant hand wipes, Cleaning rags, Facial tissues, Surface cleaning spray, Name tags, Freezer, Refrigerator, Electric Fans (Box or Pedestal), Shop-Vac Vacuum
Things you can do today that will benefit the survivors in our programs. Register Ascent 121 as your charity of choice on Amazon Smile. 0.5% of every purchase you make gets donated to us!

Fleece Tie Blankets for

Coburn Place
604 E 38th St, Indianapolis, IN 46205

Give a little piece of comfort and safety to survivors this fall and winter by donating a handmade fleece tie blanket!
  1. Measure: Put the two large pieces of fleece and lay them on top of each other like a sandwich.
  2. Cut: Make vertical 1-inch cuts through both pieces of fabric, all around the edges so that it makes many tassels on the outside
  3. Tie: Tie the tassels of the top fleece to the bottom fleece right below it in a double knot all around the blanket. Finished!
  4. Schedule a Drop Off: Email: [email protected] to set up a no-contact donation drop off. Thank you for making a difference!
  • In-Kind Donations
  • Make Items
  • Juices
  • Bottled water
  • Canned fruit and vegetables
  • Dried fruit
  • Canned meats
  • Pasta
  • Rice
  • Vegetarian/Vegan
  • Gluten-free
  • Meal kits
  • Flour
  • Sugar
  • Baking mixes
  • Diapers
  • Baby wipes
  • Baby formula
  • Laundry detergent
  • Toilet paper
  • Paper towels
  • Dish detergent
  • Bath soap
  • Toothpaste
  • Toothbrushes
  • Lotion
  • Vitamins/Medicine

Fresh (Perishable) Foods for

Dayspring Center
1537 Central Ave, Indianapolis, IN 46202

Milk – 40 gallons used per month Butter – 24lbs used per month Cheese Sugar – 40lbs used per month Eggs – 10 dozen used per month Chicken Ground Beef Bacon Lunchmeat Lettuce Tomato Cucumbers
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Our garden has an Amazon Wish List.
GiGi's Playhouse Indianapolis is seeking items to enhance our Programs. See the link below for more information. For questions contact Riley Forsythe, Operations Manager at [email protected] All donations are tax-deductible.

Health Items and Toiletries for

Dayspring Center
1537 Central Ave, Indianapolis, IN 46202

Skin Lotion – 8 oz. size or larger Soaps – Bar and Hand Deodorant Vaseline Tampons Pads Advil Pain Reliever Aleve Pain Reliever Tylenol Pain Reliever Baby Tylenol Cold Medicine Tums Pepcid Rubbing Alcohol Hand sanitizer
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Highest Needs for

Dayspring Center
1537 Central Ave, Indianapolis, IN 46202

Cleaning Supplies Bleach Disinfectant Spray Disinfectant Cleaner -Lysol/Clorox/Odoban Disinfectant Wipes Disposable Gloves – Size L and XL Disposable Masks Face MasksPaper Products Napkins Paper plates (3-sectioned type) Paper/plastic cups – 8oz Plastic forks and spoonsClothing Women’s Underwear (Sizes: 5, 7-14) Men’s Boxer Briefs (Small – XL)
In-kind donations provide valuable resources for LCFS. We accept in-kind donations of food, hygiene items, and other program needs. We publish “wish lists” for needed items periodically. Items on the Residential program/Lutherwood wish list can be dropped off during normal business hours at the LCFS main campus, located at 1525 N Ritter Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46129. If you would like to be added to our e-mail list to receive program updates, including wish lists for in-kind donations, please e-mail us at [email protected] The Sharing Place food pantry accepts food and hygiene products at the Sharing Place. Donated items can be dropped off at The Sharing Place on Friday's from 8:30 - 10:30 am. or during normal business hours. Please see our Sharing Place Page for more information about Sharing Place operations, including hours of operations.
  • In-Kind Donations
  • Wishlist - Amazon, etc
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Bath towels Wash clothes Twin Sheets Twin blankets/Comforters Pillow cases Pillows Blankets
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Non-Perishable Food for

Dayspring Center
1537 Central Ave, Indianapolis, IN 46202

Country Time Lemonade Mix – 5lbs., 12 containers used per month 10lbs. Canned Vegetable/Fruit – 48 – 10lbs. cans used per month Corn Green beans Peas Carrots Baked Beans Peaches Pears Mixed Fruit Hot Sauce Ketchup Soups Pop Tarts Ranch Dressing Cereal
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Other Supply Needs for

Dayspring Center
1537 Central Ave, Indianapolis, IN 46202

Bath towels and washcloths – NEW Twin sheet sets – NEW Twin blankets – NEW Bed pillows – NEW Diapers, Size 6 Canned Food Items – 10 lbs. – Corn, peas, green beans Allergy medication – adult and children Children’s socks – all sizes Children’s underwear – all sizes Toiletries – Full size Bleach Fabuloso Cleaner Lysol Disinfectant Laundry Detergent Windex Dish liquid Trash bags – 38 gallon
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Sewn Homemade Masks for

Coburn Place
604 E 38th St, Indianapolis, IN 46205

Protective masks are essential for personal and public health while preventing disease. The CDC recommends letting medical professionals have priority on commercial masks, so here's how you can make some at home to donate to our residents / staff in need!
High priority items: Men’s and women’s boots in all sizes, Men’s and women’s jeans in all sizes, Men’s and women’s underwear in all sizes, Razors, Travel-sized shampoo, conditioner, and body lotion. For those in our Housing Program: Housing Food Kits (Example: pasta/spaghetti/noodles, pasta sauce, ramen noodles, cans of soup, cans of vegetables, cans of chili, packages of tuna, peanut butter). Cans that do not require a can opener are preferable. Toilet paper and paper towels, Multipurpose cleaner, Clorox wipes, Mop and broom, Laundry detergent, Toilet bowl cleaner and brush, Trash bags and trash can with lid. Household items to help someone get started in their new home: dish sets, pots and pans, can openers, silverware, dish towels, towels, shower curtains, sheet sets (labeled), blankets and pillows, decorative pillows, curtains. New or gently used and without stains. Large sized hygiene items: shampoo/conditioner, body wash, soap, toothpaste, etc. For those in our Family Program: Diapers (sizes will vary) and wipes, Strollers, Gentle used toys, beds, bedding (sizes and needs will vary). Art materials for all ages (construction paper, crayons, scissors, glue sticks, multi-colored pipe cleaners). All donations for Family Program should go through [email protected]: Kitchen, Peanut butter, 1 can of Vienna sausages, 1 cup of diced fruit, 1 package of peanut butter crackers, 1 granola/protein bar, 1 bottled water, Ziplock sandwich bags, Ziplock 1 Gallon bags, Cleaning Supplies (for onsite use), Hand sanitizer, Clorox wipes, Bleach, Disposable gloves, Hygiene Items, Travel-size deodorant, Travel-size shampoo and conditioner, Travel-size soap, Twin blade disposable razors, Chapstick, Washcloths, Clothing, White socks for men and women, Men’s khaki pants, black pants, and jeans, Men’s 2X or larger shirts (shirts and sweatshirts) , Men’s long sleeve dress shirts: solid colors, Men’s belts, Women’s pants and blouses, Backpacks, Winter Items, Blankets, Warm winter hats and scarves, Heavy gloves, Thermal socks, Thermal tops and bottoms