In-kind donations are non-cash donations given to a nonprofit organization. This includes physical property, services, etc. These types of donations allow organizations like Veterans Place access to goods and services that may otherwise be unaffordable.
Veterans Place of Washington Boulevard is currently seeking a variety of in-kind donations for veterans in need.
What In-Kind Donations is Veterans Place Looking for?
At Veterans Place, we are currently seeking donations of the following regularly needed items:
- Wet Wipes
- Feminine Hygiene Products
- Towels and Washcloths
- Laundry Detergent
- Dryer Sheets
- Laundry Bags
- Shelf Stable Food (Not Expired)
- Men’s and Women’s Clothing
- Sneakers Men’s: Sizes 10-13 Sneakers, Women’s: Sizes 8-11
- To-go Containers
- Individually Packaged Condiments
- Pillows and Blankets
- Twin Sheets
- Mattress Covers
All of the donated items must be new and never used or worn. Food cannot be homecooked or expired.
Become Part of Our Mission to End Veteran Homelessness Today!
With our generous in-kind donation, we can provide veterans with everyday items they need to feel confident and comfortable as we help them transition out of homelessness. Contact us today to learn more about how your in-kind donation can help veterans in need!
Robert (Rob) Hamilton, Executive Director of Veterans Place, graduated from the University of Pittsburgh with a B.A. in Public Service and is currently completing a masters degree from the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public and International Affairs (GSPIA) in Public Policy and Management. Prior to attending Pitt, Rob served in the United States Army National Guard as a military police officer where he worked in crime prevention and emergency response throughout the state of Pennsylvania. He also holds a Supervisor/Manager Certificate from Penn State University and a Non-Profit Management Certificate from the University of Pittsburgh. Rob is currently a board member of South Hills Pet Rescue and is an elected official of the Lower Burrell City Council in the Public Works Department. He is the Co-Chair of the leadership portion of the Allegheny County/Pittsburgh Veteran Homeless Boot Camp Committee. Rob received the 2018 prestigious Salute Our Heroes Recognition from the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Who’s Next 2019: Community Leaders & Activists Award from the Under 40 and Making a Difference: The Incline Award. In 2019 Rob received the VA Challenge Certificate of Appreciation.
Latest posts by Rob Hamilton (see all)