In-Kind Donations

Donating in-kind items can have a powerful impact on the lives of those in need. By giving goods directly, you can provide individuals and organizations with essential resources that they may not otherwise have access to. We provided a list below of in-kind donations that can make a tangible difference in the lives of those who receive them.

Donation Barrels

The barrels for donations to Daystar Life Center and St Pete Free Clinic are set out around the club in January through February 2024.  In-Kind donations include hygiene items, non-perishable foods, and clothing donations. SOCKS are the #1 clothing item requested by the homeless community; all sizes are needed. New in package are desirable but gently used are also accepted. Underwear comes in 2nd: women’s large, men’s small and medium. Since we will be collecting during the winter months warmer pieces are desirable as well.

While almost all hygiene and non-perishable food items are welcome, these are more urgently needed:

NONPERISHABLEHEALTH & HYGIENECLOTHING
Beef JerkyBar SoapBackpack (w/o characters, new or good condition)
Beef StewBody WashWomen’s T-Shirts XL/XXL
Canned Meats/PastaDeodorant, Body SprayBras, Panties – All Sizes (NEW)
Pouched Tuna/SalmonToothpaste (full & travel size)Men’s Underwear – All Sizes (NEW)
Peanut Butter, JellyShampoo, ConditionerMen’s Socks – White or Black (NEW)
Boxed Mac & Cheese, Pasta, NoodlesHand/Body LotionMen’s Casual Shoes – Size 10 or larger (Good Condition)
Juice Boxes, Protein/Sports DrinksFeminine Hygiene ProductsMen’s Gym Shorts, Joggers, Sweatpants
Bottled Water/Tea/LemonadeBath TowelsWeatherproof Jackets, Hooded Sweatshirts
Bread, CrackersTote BagsMen’s Black Pants – Size 28 – 38
Breakfast Bars, Granola, Protein BarsGallon Size Plastic Storage Bags
Single Serving Cereal Boxes
Instant Coffee
Nuts, Trail Mix