Holiday Wish List 2020

image of 3 women wearing masks in front of a purple wall at Calvary Women's Services

You can make a difference and inspire hope in the lives of women who are working to overcome their homelessness for good.

With the holidays approaching, we are in need of several items that will help women feel more at home at Calvary.

Please consider donating the following new, unwrapped goods to Calvary, ensuring women know they’re home when they arrive at Calvary:

  • Visa gift cards
  • Disposable face masks
  • Dove bar soap
  • Sanitizing wipes
  • Thermal sets (M-3X)
  • Bathrobes (M-3X)
  • Storage trunks
  • Shower curtains
  • Bath mats
  • Coffee makers
  • Electric hot water kettle
  • Laundry hampers
  • Broom and dust pans
  • Umbrellas
  • Iron
  • Ironing board
  • Twin comforters
  • Pillows
  • Microwave
  • Toaster

Please send your donation directly to us at:

Calvary Women’s Services
ATTN: Carrie Maggio
1217 Good Hope Road SE
Washington, DC 20020

Or schedule a time to drop off your donation by contacting Carrie at cmaggio@calvaryservices.org

Check out our Amazon holiday wish list page to order items and send them directly to Calvary. (Please include a gift message with your name and address for inventory and acknowledgment purposes.)

To download a printable version of our wish list, click here.

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