In-kind Donations Accepted

  • Christ Our Hope collects certain items to support the Josephinum. Donation baskets are placed in front of the doors of the church before and after any mass. Thank you for your support of these valuable agencies! 

    During COVID-19
    Please have donations shipped directly to the Church as the building is closed to visitors. The donations will support residents at the Josephinum.  

    • Toilet Paper 
    • Soap
    • Laundry powder or soap 
    • Dish Soap 
    • Body Soap 
    • Cleaning Supplies 
    • Puzzles 
    • Word Searches
    • Crosswords
    • Books 
    • Coloring Books (with coloring supplies like crayons or coloring pencils) 
    • Non-perishable food 

    Consider ordering directly off our Amazon WishList using AmazonSmile to support the parish.

    For the Josephinum:

    • Pots and pans
    • Cleaning supplies (wipes, paper towels, 409, etc.)
    • Laundry detergent
    • Dish soap
    • Toilet paper
    • New bed sheets
    • Towels (hand, kitchen, bath)
    • Plates, cups and bowls
    • Utensils
    • Socks 
    • Gloves 
    • Hats
    • Tampons and pads
    • "Depends"  
    • Toothbrushes and toothpaste
    • Hair brushes and combs
    • Shampoo and conditioner
    • Body wash
    • Deodorant
    • Coffee  

    For Winter Care Kits: 

    • Socks 
    • Gloves 
    • Hats 
    • Hand warmers
    • Toothbrushes and toothpaste
    • Hair brushes and combs
    • Wet wipes 
    • Granola bars 
    • Water bottles 
  • If an item is not specifically listed on the Josephinum list we do NOT collect it. 

    We do NOT collect clothing, furniture, or electronics.

    We recommend the following partner agencies for your additional donation such as clothing and furniture: 

    • Mary's Place 
      • Multiple drop off locations across greater Seattle area 
      • Accepts clothing, small appliances etc.
          
    • City of Seattle hosts a website with information on a very extensive list of donateable items. For those difficult items such as mattresses consider looking them up online at "Where Does It Go?"