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In-Kind Donation Needs

The Light House relies on in-kind donations from our generous community to ensure that our clients’ most basic needs are met. 

  • At this time, we are only able to accept the following items listed below. 
  • For the safety of our staff and residents, please wear a mask while on Light House property, and follow our contactless donation guidelines listed below.
  • Bagged Lunches: We are also still accepting bagged lunches from those who have signed up. If you are scheduled to make bagged lunches, we ask that you ONLY PROVIDE THE INGREDIENTS, nothing is to be prepped or prepared off-site.
  • Meal Service Volunteers: We are no longer able to accept breakfast/dinner meal ingredient donations and we kindly ask that if you or your group is able to, that you consider making a monetary donation in lieu of the ingredients. Please visit our Volunteer Page to learn more. 
  • The following items can be delivered between 7am-7pm at our 10 Hudson Street, Annapolis location. We ask that all donations of food or supplies be brought to the back door of The Light House, ring the doorbell and the RA at the front desk will speak through the intercom acknowledging the drop-off and will collect the items after you have left.
  • The following can also be ordered online and delivered to The Light House, 10 Hudson Street, Annapolis, MD 21401, from many local grocery stores including: InstacartWhole Foods Giant Foods Safeway , and  Wegmans .
  • While Amazon works on restocking, we recommend looking for most of the items listed below locally. However, a few may still be available on our Amazon Wish List

 


URGENT NEEDS

  • Cases of Bottled Water
  • Canned Fruit (In Fruit Juice)
  • Canned Vegetables (Low sodium)
  • Fruit Juice (100% Fruit)
  • Peanut Butter
  • Jam/Jelly (30oz or Smaller)
  • Pasta (Bags/boxes)
  • Canned Tomato Products
  • Soup (Individual Microwaveable Containers)
  • Soup (Pop Top Cans or Pouches/Boxes)
  • Pasta Dishes (Individual Microwaveable Containers - Mac and Cheese, Cup Of Noodles, etc)
  • Cereal (Individual Boxes/Servings)
  • Oatmeal
  • Canned Meats (Tuna/Chicken/Ham)
  • Brown Rice or Rice Products
  • Shelf Stable Boxed Milk (Individual Servings)
  • Creamer (Dried or Individual)
  • Instant Coffee (Individual Packs)
  • Oil (Canola or Vegetable)
  • Bags of Chips
  • Other Meat Products (Bacon/Hot Dogs/Sausages)
  • Fresh Vegetables (Broccoli/Cauliflower/Carrots/Cabbage)
  • Fresh Fruit (Oranges/Peaches/Nectarines)
  • Squash Gourds (Butternut/Acorn/Spaghetti)
  • Potatoes and/or Sweet Potatoes
  • Paper or Reusable Grocery Bags
  • Travel Sized Shampoo and Body Wash
  • Disinfectant Wipes
  • Lysol Disinfectant Spray
  • Alcohol Wipes
  • Hand Sanitizer
  • Paper Towels
  • Paper Bowls
  • Laundry Detergent PODS
  • Boxes of Tissues
  • Tents
  • Adult Male Backpacks
  • Diapers (Sizes 5 and 6)
  • Pull-Ups (Sizes 4T-5T and 5T-6T)
  • Baby Wipes
  • Gas Station Gift Cards
    from WAWA or Royal Farms
    (You can order online from WAWA
    and deliver to The Light House,
     10 Hudson Street,
    Annapolis, MD 21401)
  • Purchase a TracFone for residents through our Amazon Wish List

At this time we are only accepting the donation items listed above. We are unable to accept any other donation items until further notice. Thank you for your support and understanding!


 For a list of Anne Arundel County Partner Organizations that accept donations, click here.


For Questions About Donations, Please Contact: 
443-569-4211
volunteers@annapolislighthouse.org


Thanks to the generosity of donors, community groups, farmers markets, grocery stores and volunteers, last year The Light House distributed:

  • 51,083 bagged lunches
  • 196,870 pounds of pantry items
  • 38,544 hot meals
  • Clothing to 700 Community Closet Clients
  • Provided emergency shelter, food and other valuable services to more than 2,000 neighbors in need
  • Provided emergency and transitional housing for 257 individuals and 15 families, including 26 children.
     


Your donations are greatly appreciated and go directly to those who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.