2017 Holiday Wish List

As the holidays approach, consider donating items off Calvary’s Holiday Wish List.

Items will be given to women who are currently staying in our housing programs as they work to build stronger futures for themselves. We strive to make sure each woman coming on site is greeted with a welcome bag including clean linens, a new pair of pajamas and full-sized toiletries.

Consider making a donation of new, unwrapped items to ensure women’s time on site is comfortable:

  • Bathrobes (S-3X)
  • Slippers
  • Pajamas (S-XL)
  • Pillowcases
  • Twin and full-sized comforters
  • Twin sized bed-in-a-bag sets
  • Twin and full-sized sheet sets
  • Washcloths
  • Full sized body wash, lotion, toothpaste and deodorant
  • Gift cards to CVS, Target, Walmart or local grocery stores
  • Movie passes
  • Weekly and monthly planners
  • Watches
  • Umbrellas
  • Flip-flop sandals

Please ship or deliver donations to:
Arielle Baker, Senior Manager, Community Engagement
Calvary Women’s Services
1217 Good Hope Road SE
Washington, DC 20020

Or visit our Amazon wish list (bit.ly/CalvaryAmazonWishList) to order items and send them directly to Calvary. (Please include a gift message with your name and address for inventory and acknowledgement purposes.)

Questions? Please contact Arielle Baker at (202) 678-2341 x233 or abaker@calvaryservices.org. Thank you for your generosity!

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