In-Kind Needs

Donate Goods

In-Kind Donations

March 2021 update: Rose Brooks Center is currently in phase 3 of our COVID response procedures, which includes our protocol for accepting donations. To decrease risks to staff and those we serve we unfortunately are not accepting clothing or other in-kind donations at this time. Please stay connected to us for further announcements, and thank you for continuing to stand with us.

Make a Monetary Gift

If you are able to support our mission with a monetary gift, please visit our DONATE page. This is the safest way to help us at this time.

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An alternative – We have a great partnership with Goodwill of Greater Kansas City. They generously provide vouchers to those we serve – allowing our residents to shop in their stores. Because of this, if you’d like to donate in-kind items to Goodwill as an alternative, we respectfully offer this option.

If you have any questions, please reach out to our in-kind coordinator at: inkind@rosebrooks.org

Adults

Plus sized clothing
Clothes: Plus sizes 20 and up
Slippers and robes
Reading glasses
Like new tennis shoes (all sizes)

Children

Boys underwear: 2T to 5T
Like new tennis shoes (all sizes)

Infants

Socks
Pull-Ups

Care + Comfort

New Make-up
Cold/Flu Medicine
Twin Sized Bed Blankets and Sheets (clean and gently used accepted)
Pillows and Pillow Cases
Towels
Deodorant
Natural/Textured Hair Care and Ethnic Products (Full Size Bottles)
• Braid & Extension Spray
• Leave in Conditioner
• Edges Gel
• Mild Relaxer
• Satin Hair Caps or hair scarves
• Detangling Shampoo
• Vaseline Petroleum Jelly
• Dry Shampoo
• Pink Oil Moisturizer
• Ultra Sheen Spray Oil
• Vaseline Body Lotions
• Cocoa Butter
• Shea Butter
• Make-up for people of color

Pet Shelter

Dry dog and cat food – preferably Taste of the Wild Brand
Kitty litter
Dog treats
Cat toys
Dog toys, kongs/heavy duty
Peanut butter
Leashes
Harnesses – all sizes
Litter boxes
Crates/kennel
Water and food bowls – all sizes
Bleach
Dawn dish soap
Paper towels
Flea, tick, heartworm prevention

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