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Give in-kind

Paul’s Place depends on the generosity of our in-kind donors to provide our essential programs and services. There are a variety of ways for individuals, families, and organizations to give in-kind to Paul’s Place. We’ll seek out YOUR interests and combine them with our needs!

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have adjusted our donation practices to ensure the safety of our guests, donors, and staff. For example, we have temporarily suspended our indoor Hot Lunch program with casseroles prepared by volunteer groups. We are always looking for more groups to make casseroles and look forward to resuming when public health conditions allow. We are still accepting donations of gently-used in-season clothing, school supplies and household items. We are particularly in need of men’s items. 

Donations can be delivered to Paul’s Place at 1118 Ward Street in Baltimore weekdays from 8:00 a.m.- 3:30 p.m. A contact- and travel-free option is to purchase items from our Amazon wish lists for the Marketplace and for our day programs and daily operations and have them shipped to Paul’s Place. 

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For the Marketplace:  We gratefully accept in-season clothing of all sizes, especially men’s. We switch to spring/summer in April and fall/winter in October. In addition to clothing, we need blankets, sheets and towels, kitchen items, toiletries, diapers, backpacks and luggage. 

Guidelines for Paul's Place Donations of Needed Items

For the holidays: Families are struggling more than ever this year, and the gift of hope is as powerful as ever. Due to COVID-19, we are not collecting holiday-related food donations from the public. However, you can still make a big difference by donating winter clothing or hosting a winter clothing drive at your work or school.