COVID-19 IN-KIND DONATIONS

To help address some immediate needs of local nonprofits during this pandemic, United Way of Lane County is actively collecting and sharing information with the community about nonprofits seeking in-kind donations at this time.

If you’re able to help meet any of these needs, please reach out to the nonprofit directly for information about getting them these items. Thank you!

To learn more about how United Way is responding to COVID-19, visit www.unitedwaylane.org/covid19

Does your nonprofit have any in-kind needs (i.e. supplies or services), related to the COVID-19? Please send items that you need along with drop off instructions to volunteer@unitedwaylane.org


Become a Community Responder

A Community Responder is a volunteer who receives alerts when an organization helping the COVID-19 efforts needs help with an in-kind donation or volunteer need.  Learn more and sign up here.

 

Centro Latino Americano

Is looking for dry food and diapers. Please contact Ana at acontreras@centrolatinoamericano.org or 541-357-8432 to work out a no-contact drop off time.

 

Daisy Chain 

Is looking for devices to hold telehealth appointments with clients. If you have devices that could help please contact Jaclyn at executivedirector@daisychainlane.org.

 

Family Relief Nursery

Diapers, baby Wipes, formula, feminine hygiene products, cleaning products, canned foods, and non-perishable food. Please contact Carrie at carriew@frncg.org to work out a no-contact drop off time.

 

FOOD for Lane County, donations accepted between 9am-4pm at 770 Bailey Hill Rd, Eugene, OR 97402

Boxes that are in the neighborhood of 12x14x20 for the Emergency Food Box Program. Questions contact John by emailing jross@foodforlanecounty.org.

 

Peanut butter, tuna, and soups are among the most needed foods. For a full list of food donations, visit foodforlanecounty.org/donate/donate-food. Please call ahead if donating a large volume of food.

 

HIV Alliance

Is looking for sanitizer, wipes, and masks. Please contact Jesse at jesseq@allianceor.org to work out a time to drop off items.

 

Junction City Local Aid 

Food donations (updated list at http://junctioncitylocalaid.org/donate/), Clorox wipes, hand sanitizer, other sanitizing materials. Donations can be dropped off at 210 East 6th Avenue, Junction City. They are open for donations Monday 11:30am-1pm, Tuesday and Wednesday 9am-1pm, and Thursday 3pm-7pm. Please call ahead if you are donating a large volume of food.

 

Pearl Buck Center

Thermometers preferably ones that don’t touch a person, however, all types are welcome. Drop off thermometers at 3690 W 1st Ave Eugene, OR 97402, Monday-Friday between 8am-4pm. Please call 541-484-4666 first letting Pearl Buck Center staff know you have items to donate.

 

Positive Community Kitchen

Is looking for bulk Organic and gluten-free foods: olive oil, coconut oil, coconut milk, beans, lentils, tomatoes, herbs, peeled garlic. Please contact Megan by emailing, MeganR@positivecommunitykitchen.org, or calling 541-249-4942 to arrange a drop off time at the kitchen.

 

Relief Nursery 

Is looking for diapers size 4,5, & 6, diapers & wipes, infant formula, personal hygiene items, fresh produce, and shelf-stable goods (canned and boxed). Donations can be dropped off at 1720 West 25th Avenue Eugene, OR 97405 or 850 S 42nd Street Springfield, OR 97478.

 

South Lane Mental Health

Is looking for Personal Protective Equipment (i.e. masks, gloves, hand sanitizer, gowns, etc.) for therapists and medical professionals that go out in the field to help the homeless and other severe cases. Donations can be dropped off at the container next to their mailbox at 1345 Birch Ave. Cottage Grove, OR 97424.

 

Sponsors

Cleaning supplies, hand sanitizer, bleach wipes, paper towels, toilet paper and food boxes for our residents. To drop off any of these items please contact Megan at mfalkenstein@sponsorsinc.org to coordinate with a safe 6-foot distance pick up.

 

St. Vincent de Paul

Sanitation products, bleach, other cleaning products, and paper towels are needed. Donations can be dropped off at any St. Vincent drive-thru drop-offs.

 

White Bird Clinic 

Individual and large bottles of hand sanitizer, personal protective gear, clothing for men and women, socks, warm gloves, stocking caps, masks for clients (masks n95 and level 2/3), gloves (latex or nonlatex), Clorox wipes or any wipes that adequately clean surfaces, thermometers for mass temperature checks, gowns, shoe and boot covers, simple snacks (noodles, granola, etc.), lip balm, lotion, toothbrushes, reusable water bottles, and spray bottles. Donations can be dropped off to assistant outside at 341 E. 12th Avenue Eugene, OR 97401 between 8 am and 8 pm daily or to arrange a pickup please call 541-325-8255.