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Tis the Season

Posted on October 19, 2014 at 10:10 AM



The weather outside is changing and we want to be ahead of the rain and cold. 

Serving as an outreach Resource center for homeless LGBT+ youth Joshua Home will be able to provide some comfort to these children who are living in a state of homelessness. We are committed to providing needed services to these under-served homeless youth. You can help and your gift is tax deductible under the IRS Code 501(c)(3) for Tax Exempt Corporations.

Any help you can provide is greatly needed and appreciated: 
*Please note that these kids feel as if nobody cares for them, so we want to provide them with really nice and quality items. Thank You!

Please give your best gift including any of the following (also please consider gift cards to Ashley furniture, Mathis Brothers, Living Spaces, Amazon.com, Target, Walmart, Anna's Linen, Home Depot, grocery stores, etc ):

New or Gently used...
Sleeping bags
Pillows/pillow cases
Blankets
Towels
Coats (all sizes from 10-adult)
Sweat clothes (pants, hoodies, jackets, shirts)
Socks
Sweaters
Pants
Shoes (tennis, sports, etc)
Caps/hats

Also...
Personal hygiene items (new)
Soap
Tooth paste/brushes/floss
Combs/brushes
Lotion
Feminine items (tampons, pads, liners)
Underwear (male and female)
Deodorant/antiperspirant 
Qtips
And much more.

If you or your group, organization, business or corporation want more information about Joshua Home, click to set a phone appointment. Join our team and let's bring these kids home.

Thank you for your consideration!

God Bless!

*We will make arrangements to pick up all donations, please have the value of the items donated in writing for receipt to be sent/emailed. All donation pickups require a 72 hour advance notice. If you prefer, a drop off Site in the city of Redlands can be arranged.

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