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, ebecerra@honservice.org and Alma, Clothing Program Manager, ablanco@honservice.org