House of Neighborly Service | Help for Today… Hope for Tomorrow

Emergency and Basic Needs Assistance

for low-income families and individuals facing crisis situations.


House of Neighborly Service accepts donations of food, clothing, and small household items.

You may drop off your donations Monday through Thursday 9am – noon and 1pm – 4pm at the donation area on east side of Life Center.

Here’s a quick list of the most used items:

Essential Food Items: canned vegetables, canned or dry beans, canned fruit, soup, tuna/salmon, peanut butter, rice, pasta, cereal, mac & cheese, and ramen/instant soup

Eat-and-go foods: small bottles of juice & other drinks, granola bars, power bars, pudding cups, and individual fruit snacks, and individual serving size cereal

Clothing: please donate clean clothing that may be distributed in the current season as storage space is limited

Children's clothing: clothing and shoes for children are always a need- pjs, socks and underware, and shoes (snow boots are needed in winter)

Toiletries: shampoo, conditioner, lotion, toilet paper, toothpaste, toothbrushes, deodorants, soap, kleenex, razors, feminine products, denture products, and bandaids

Baby items such as: diapers (especially larger sizes) and pull-ups/training pants, wipes, food & formula (especially milk-based formulas such as Enfamil), and baby shampoo

Note: We cannot distribute home canned or homemade foods. Funds may be used where best needed.
             Occasionally the clothing area becomes to full to accept clothing contributions.  When this happens a sign will be posted.

Thank you very much for your generosity.  Please call us with any questions at (970) 667-4939 or e-mail: Erin, Food Room Manager, and Alma, Clothing Program Manager,

Food baskets, based on family size

Pounds of food distributed to families in need

Nights of shelter for individuals and families through Angel House and 137 Homeless Connection

Articles of clothing provided for adults and children

Change Someone's Life

By helping us to be better neighbors

Our mission is to provide “help for today and hope for tomorrow” as we directly impact the living conditions for low-income and impoverished residents, as well as a hand-up approach to those who have found themselves in a financial or situational crisis.

There are so many ways you can get involved with House of Neighborly Service. We are looking for people just like you to give their time, talent, and treasure. Volunteer opportunities are available at HNS, Angel House, and 137 Homeless Connection.

House of Neighborly Service has created a new initiative in serving through the Life Center-1511 E 11th St, Loveland. We share space with 16 other non-profits. Generous support from people in our community just like you keep House of Neighborly Service programs running with excellence.

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