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Throughout the year we are glad to support the community in a variety of ways.

Our patients and neighbors help us give back with our semi annual food and supply drives for VEAP in both July and November and gifts for the kids at St. Joseph's Home for Children in December.  

Gift ideas for the St. Joseph's December drop off are as follows...

Gift Cards: In any amount but $20.00 is suggested
Walmart
Target
Grocery Store

Winter Specific Clothing Items:
Winter Jackets/Coats—newborn through adult
Waterproof Mittens and/or Gloves—toddler through adult
Winter Boots—toddler through adult
Long Underwear—male and female, teen through adult
Thermal Socks


New Clothing Items for Older Teens and Adults:
Shoes—Athletic, Winter Boots
Shirts size small-5XL
Men's Jeans/Pants—all sizes
Sweatshirts, Sweatpants, Activity Pants (sizes Medium-4XL)
Socks-male and female
Slip Resistant Work Shoes
Belts


New Clothing Items for Children and Younger Teens:
New Clothing items sizes 2T—size 16
Especially needed—basketball type shorts, sweatpants, and activity pants—all sizes (boys and girls)
Shoes—athletic, winter boots
Underwear
Boys Socks, Please note: we have an overabundance of girls socks


Baby/Newborns:
Diaper bags
Snowsuits

Miscellaneous Items:
Lip Balm Products
Travel size hygiene items always accepted
Single serve prepacks of laundry soap
Wallets and Billfolds
Headphones/Earbuds
Duffel Bags or adult size backpacks
Dolls of Ethnicity
Journals
Wooden Puzzles, especially preschool age
Activity Sets/Craft Sets/Art Sets
Fidgets or Sensory type items, ex. Stress relievers, googly balls, etc.
 

The amazing donations from our Community for VEAP The amazing donations from our community for St. Joseph's

We also have collected school supplies and donations for many of the public and private schools in the neighborhood. 

We are proud members of the SWBA Southwest Business Association and can be found throughout the community at neighborhood festivals and fairs.  

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