Wish List and Other Ways to Help

Here are other ways to get involved at the HTC!

Donation Drive Volunteer – collect desired items on our Wish List such as backpacks, belts, tote bags, shoes, socks, ponchos, etc.

Wish List

  1. Men’s belts
  2. Men’s underwear, size medium and up
  3. Deodorant
  4. Washcloths
  5. Body and foot powder
  6. Ponchos and handkerchiefs
  7. “Ride-able” bicycles for our Bike Program and other tools for repairing bikes- i.e. wrenches, pliers, vice grips, WD-40, rubber cement for tire patches, etc.
  8. Large towels
  9. New reading glasses with strength description
  10. Women’s underwear, size medium and up
  11. Small toiletries and other hygiene supplies, especially small shampoos and soaps
  12. Grocery tote bags and backpacks
  13. Men’s running shoes size 10 and higher
  14. Small snacks such as granola bars
  15. Insect repellent
  16. High efficiency liquid laundry detergent
  17. Cleaning supplies for clients moving into housing
  18. Paperback books/magazines/newspapers
  19. Walking canes
  20. Copy paper, small notebooks, pens, and other office supplies


You can donate supplies directly to the HTC using our Amazon Smile Wish List.

Gala Committee – participate on a dynamic Gala committee which hosts an annual fundraising event each Spring

Assistance with our Case Management and Housing Activities: For less than a $1,000, we can re-house one guest and end his/her homelessness. Perhaps your company, church, synagogue or other community-based group would like to sponsor and mentor one of our guests and help them to end their homelessness? Contact us for help in getting this started.

Other Ideas? We are open to many new activities, as long as we have a volunteer to implement the idea! If you are called to help our guests in a unique and creative way, just let us know and we’ll work with you to get it done!

To get involved, simply complete the Volunteer Form.

For further inquiries about conducting a donations drive for us or other ways to help out, contact PR Coordinator Regi Reyes at rreyes@harrytompsoncenter.org.