Current Needs/Give Items

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Current Needs

Your donations of food, clothing and other critical items are important in making sure our guests have the essentials they need to feel cared for and loved.

We welcome and appreciate donations of any of the following foods, household goods, clothing or other supply needs listed below.

Current High Needs

Year Round Needs

Material Donations

Food Donations

Current High Needs

To drop off these items please visit:

Non-Food Donations should go to our main warehouse
1700 E. 8th Street | 8am – 4pm

Food Donations should go to our Food Warehouse
1020 E. 10th Street | 8am – 4pm | Mon – Fri (closed Sat & Sun)
Call (816) 222-5062 to arrange pickup of large food donations.

Prepared Food Items should go to our Men’s Center
1108 E. 10th Street | or to arrange for pickup call (816) 222-5062

Non-Food Needs:

Christmas wrapping paper
Heavy winter coats
Disposable forks
Disposable cold cups & hot cups — 12 oz. or 16 oz.
Infant – 3T toddler pants (not shorts)
Shoes
Men’s jeans
Men’s underwear
Men’s T-Shirts 4X and up
Adult XL and XXL diapers
Toilet Paper
Towels
Travel-size toiletries
XL powder-free vinyl gloves

Food Needs:

Peanut butter
Ranch dressing
Canned pears
Canned peaches
Canned peas, carrots, corn
Canned tuna
Instant potatoes
Bottled fruit juice
Juice boxes/pouches
Single-serve chips, assorted
Granola bars
Packaged cookies (i.e. Oreos, Chips Ahoy)
Bottled water

Year-Round Needs

To drop off these items please visit:
Non-Food Donations should go to our main warehouse
1700 E. 8th Street | 8am – 4pm

Food Donations should go to our Food Warehouse
1020 E. 10th Street | 8am – 4pm | Mon – Fri (closed Sat & Sun)
Call (816) 222-5062 to arrange pickup of large food donations.

Prepared Food Items should go to our Men’s Center
1108 E. 10th Street
| or to arrange for pickup call (816) 222-5062

Kitchen & Food Pantry:

Canned vegetables (corn & green beans)
Canned fruit
Coffee
Ziplock bags – all sizes
Disposable forks & spoons
Creamer
Brown sugar
Flour
Sugar
Grits
Oatmeal
Fresh fruit

Note: We do NOT need: jelly, canned tuna, saltine crackers, dry pasta/spaghetti, or disposable hot or cold cups larger than 12 ounces.
***Please, no out-of-date food.***

Men’s & Family Emergency Shelters:

New Underwear – all sizes
New men’s undershirts
Men’s pajama bottoms
Linens:
     Twin-size sheets & pillow cases
Hygiene items:
     Facial tissue
     Full-size deodorant
     Shower shoes (flip flops)
     Toothbrushes & toothpaste
Over-the-counter medications (non-alcohol)
Cleaning & janitorial supplies
Laundry detergent
Paper towels
55-gallon trash bags

Men’s Long-Term Program:

New Underwear – all sizes
Laundry detergent
55-gallon trash bags
Hygiene items:
     Toilet paper
     Facial tissue
     Disposable razors
     Full-size deodorant

Youth, Summer, & Community Assistance Programs:

Underwear – all sizes
Reusable water bottles
Box fans

Administration & Business Offices:

Copy paper

Women & Family Long-Term Program:

New Undergarments (bras and underwear) – all sizes
Laundry detergent
55-gallon trash bags
Hygiene items:
     Feminine products
     Toilet paper
     Facial tissue
     Disposable razors
     Full-size deodorant
     Diapers – all sizes
     Toothbrushes & toothpaste
     Over-the-counter medications (non-alcohol)

For more information about drives or collections for our ongoing needs, please email drives@cityunionmission.org or call Dennis Ellis at (816) 329-1466

Material Donations

(Clothing, household items, etc.)

Material Donation Drop-offs should go to our main warehouse 1700 E. 8th Street | 8am – 4pm

Material Donation Pickups
We can schedule pickups for large donations of three or more barrels or one or more pallets and large furniture.
Please call (816) 222-5081 to arrange for pickup. If no one is available, please leave a message and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.

What:

Any items that can be utilized by our facilities, or for low-income families in the community, are directed there first.

How:

Remaining donated items are then sold at our City Thrift Stores.

All proceeds go to our general fund to provide necessities for those we serve.

City Union Mission strives to utilize donations where most effective.

Where:

Donations are best received at our City Thrift Locations; or you can utilize one of our Donation Bins located near you.

Food Donations

To drop off these items please visit:
Food Donations should go to our Food Warehouse
1020 E. 10th Street | (816) 329-1490
8am – 4pm | Mon – Fri (closed Sat & Sun

Prepared Food Items should go to our Men’s Center
1108 E. 10th Street | or to arrange for pickup call (816) 222-506
*Unfortunately, due to USDA and Health Department rules, we are unable to accept wild game, wild fish or home-processed canned food.

Food Donation Pickups We can schedule pickups for large food donations of three or more barrels or one or more pallets.
Please call (816) 222-5062 to arrange for pickup.