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During this precarious time it’s important to keep our 19 programs serving over 3,200 people a year well-stocked with the essential items listed below. We are also seeking items for our Mobile Prevention Team, which is on the streets offering education and resources to individuals who are homeless.
Donations can be dropped off at our admin office (965 Massachusetts Ave, Boston, MA 02118) Monday through Friday from 9am to 5pm. All items must be new and in original packaging.
“In this time of great uncertainty, I do know this for sure: We need to stay together, take care of one another, and look after our communities,” said Victory Programs’ Executive Director Sarah Porter.
Below is an updated list of high-demand items we’re currently accepting, including but not limited to:
*please note that all of our programs are currently in need of thermometers and pre-made non disposable washable masks
Priority Pantry Items
Residential programs for individuals and families
Priority Mobile Prevention Team Items
Priority Boston Living Center Items
Community center for people with HIV/AIDS
We have created an Amazon Wish List with the types of items we are currently looking for. Please note that due to availability we may not have been able to add everything listed above, and would still be interested in receiving items marked as unavailable. The brands included were based on Amazon’s options and do not indicate preference.
Victory Programs’ 19 sites across Boston, Cambridge and Topsfield are always in need of everyday items that supporters may be able to provide. Please take a look at our donation “Wish List” and contact Shauna Helton at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are able to provide any of these needed items.
Please note that our program needs fluctuate throughout the year and arranging donations with Shauna in advance will ensure that we can put your generous gifts to immediate use.
Kitchen Items and Food
While appreciative of donations of used toys, we are looking for new items for the children in our programs.
The BLC offers a wide range of services to our members. Sometimes it’s being able to give a new member some personal care items or a few household items to assist them in setting up a new home. In striving to always meet the needs of our members there are many items that are handy to have around the Center. There are also things that come up that would make the daily work run a little more smoothly for BLC staff.
Some of the items we need are small, some a little larger in scope. But all are much needed around the BLC. Please keep in mind as you read over the list and think about what you can give, that we don’t have a great deal of storage space and cannot accept all donations. Please give us a call at 617-236-1012 first to let us know what you would like to donate. Thanks.
For Our Members
For Our Staff
For Our DVD Lending Library
We are interested in expanding our member Video Lending Library to include DVDs. To help build out our inventory, we are always looking for new and used DVDs you would like to donate.
Thank you. And remember, please call us first at 617-236-1012 with your donation ideas
ReVision Urban Farm produces healthy, sustainably grown food for residents of Victory Programs’ ReVision Family Shelter and our 18 other programs. ReVision also offers community members to option to purchase produce at local farmer’s markets and to subscribe to a CSA or purchase seedlings during the growing season.
We are looking for the following items for the farm:
For additional donation information, please contact Shauna Helton, Development Coordinator at email@example.com.