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Nonprofit wish list
Listed alphabetically by category; use ctrl-F to search for specific donations or volunteers needed; ctrl-+ to enlarge.
Rank
Organization
Address
Website
Donation contact
Email
Phone
Twitter handle
Furniture, computer equipment
and other wishes
Volunteer coordinator
email
wishes
Local clients/volunteers
F-T/P-T employees/Headquarters
Year established
Type of agency
Animals
1
Humane Society of Harrisburg Area Inc.
7790 Grayson Road
Harrisburg, PA 17111
www.humanesocietyhbg.org
Kristi Kleinfelter and Amanda Brunish
[email protected]
717-564-3320
HumaneHBG
DNR
Kathy Mina
[email protected]
DNR
DNR/100
25/20
Swatara Twp.
1911
Building a better community for pets and people through compassion, protection, education and collaboration
Camps and Recreation
2
Friends of Coleman Memorial Park
1400 W. Maple St.
Lebanon, PA 17046
www.friendsofcmp.org
Pam Tricamo
[email protected]
717-708-2284
Ventrac tractor, dump truck, gardening equipment
Pam Tricamo
[email protected]
Help maintaining flower gardens, tree trimming, restoring historical gardens
DNR/15
0/0
Lebanon
2009
Support the Board of Trustees of Coleman Memorial Park
Children and Youth
3
Jewish Federation of Greater Harrisburg
3301 N. Front St.
Harrisburg, PA 17110-1436
www.jewishharrisburg.org
Jenn Ross
[email protected]
717-236-9555
@JewishHbg
DNR
Jenn Ross
[email protected]
DNR
2,066/DNR
42/10
DNR
1925
Unifying agency of the Jewish community, holocaust education, community review newspaper, broader community outreach
4
The Peyton Walker Foundation
2929 Gettysburg Road
Mechanicsburg, PA 17055
www.peytonwalker.org
Julie B. Walker
[email protected]
717-697-5511
New or gently used conference table and chairs
Renee Kars and Asheleigh Forsburg
[email protected]
DNR
DNR/DNR
0/1
Upper Allen Twp.
2014
Increase awareness and survival rates of sudden cardiac arrest; free heart screenings and CPR training
Community Centers
5
Jewish Community Center of Harrisburg
3301 N. Front St.
Harrisburg, PA 17110-1436
www.jewishharrisburg.org
Jennifer Ross
[email protected]
717-236-9555
DNR
DNR
2,000/DNR
40/15
Harrisburg
1925
Community center offering services for all ages from our pre-school to our senior club; fitness center with indoor pool; summer day camp
Culture and the Arts
6
Gamut Theatre Group
15 N. Fourth St.
Harrisburg, PA 17101
www.gamuttheatre.org
Abby Carroll
[email protected]
717-238-4111
@gamut_theatre
Company van, company housing, ergonomic office chairs, router, router table, drill bit sharpener, magnetic broom, medium crown pneumatic staple gun, scissor sharpener, quality iron, female dress form
Erin Shellenberger
[email protected]
Ushers, costume stitchers, set construction, painting, cleaning
5,500/5
5/0
Harrisburg
1992
Professional, regional, nonprofit theater home to Popcorn Hat Players Children's Theatre and the Harrisburg Shakespeare Company
7
Harrisburg Symphony Association dba Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra
800 Corporate Circle
Harrisburg, PA 17110-9346
www.harrisburgsymphony.org
Cheri Comasco
[email protected]
717-612-4964
@HarrisburgSymph
DNR
Shelly Bloom
DNR
40,000/100
8/100
Susquehanna Twp.
1930
Professional orchestra
8
Keystone Musical Arts Center dba KMAC
3705 Trindle Road
Camp Hill, PA 17011
www.kmacenter.org
Terry Selders
[email protected]
717-737-5622
@KMACenterPA
Electric pressure washer, electric leaf blower (cordless), dehumidifier, carpet squares, percussion instruments
Terry Selders
[email protected]
Nonprofit research, internet marketing help, graphics, facility cleaning, reception, client relations
DNR/DNR
2/15
Hampden Twp.
2015
Providing music lessons for ages 4+, private instruction on most instruments and voice, group classes, sound therapy, ensembles and experiences
9
Lebanon Valley Council on the Arts
770 Cumberland St.
Lebanon, PA 17042-0792
www.lebanonartscouncil.org
Courtney Reimann
[email protected]
717-273-0033
Arts and craft supplies, swag or promotional items, paper products, office supplies, laptop computer or tablet or iPad for teaching digital arts and photo editing, chairs, art work display panels
Support with various community events
400/9
0/0
Lebanon
1975
Advocates for artists in all disciplines; a clearing house for information on all aspects of the arts; coordinates First Friday Art Walk
10
Market Square Concerts
P.O. Box 1292
Harrisburg, PA 17108
www.marketsquareconcerts.org
Anne Quist
[email protected]
717-221-9599
@marketsquarec
Unrestricted contributions, office supplies, 1T or 1T thumb drives to store video and sound files
Anne Quist
[email protected]
Ushers
63,820/13
0/3
Harrisburg
1982
Presents classical chamber music concerts
Food and Shelter
11
Bridge of Hope Harrisburg Area
P.O. Box 15212
Harrisburg, PA 17105
harrisburg.bridgeofhopeinc.org
Michelle Keadle-Taylor
[email protected]
717-635-5957
Gift cards for gas, groceries, home goods, amazon, volunteers with clearances to help with childcare and transportation needs
DNR
DNR/DNR
1/4
Monaghan Twp.
2007
Works to prevent homelessness among women and children
12
Central Pennsylvania Food Bank
3908 Corey Road
Harrisburg, PA 17109
www.centralpafoodbank.org
Jennifer Kern
[email protected]
717-564-1700
@centralpafb
DNR
Chris Gray
[email protected]
DNR
450,000/10,673
111/8
Susquehanna Twp.
1982
Provides non-perishables, fresh fruits and vegetables, fresh milk and nutrition education to thousands of people in need throughout 27 counties
13
Rebuilding Together Greater Harrisburg Inc.
251 Verbeke St.
Harrisburg, PA 17102
www.rtgh.org
Susan Ann Gebhart
[email protected]
717-574-2639
Paint brushes, rollers, drop cloths, CO and smoke (battery) detectors, gift cards to Lowes and Home Depot
Susan Ann Gebhart
[email protected]
Electricians, carpenters, painters and anyone who would like to participate
90/180
0/1
Harrisburg
1996
Volunteers assist low-income homeowners with needed repairs, including modifications, roofing, plumbing, electrical, painting, etc. free of cost.
14
York County Food Bank Inc.
254 W. Princess St.
York, PA 17401-3881
www.yorkfoodbank.org
Kelly Rogers
[email protected]
717-846-6435
Monetary donations, gift cards to grocery stores (Giant, Weis, etc.)
Alyssa Mummert
[email protected]
Packing boxes, food distribution
DNR/3,000
11/0
York
1987
Collects and distributes food to battle food insecurity and promote greater wellness in York County
Health Care and Disabilities
15
Hope Within Community Health, Counseling & Dental Center
4748 E. Harrisburg Pike
Elizabethtown, PA 17022
www.hopewithin.org
Anne Marie McAlester
[email protected]
717-367-9797
Ipad, autoclave, dental instruments and supplies, postage stamps, gift cards for food and gas, high capacity shredder
Anne Marie McAlester
Dentists, receptionists, nurses, social media
700/100
1/6
Londonderry Twp.
2006
Ministry offering free primary health care, dental and low cost counseling services to residents of Dauphin, Lebanon and Lancaster counties
16
Hospice of Central PA (HCP)
1320 Linglestown Road
Harrisburg, PA 17110
www.hospiceofcentralpa.org
Elizabeth Mihmet
[email protected]
717-732-1000, 866-779-7374
Carolyn's House is in need of paper towels, HE laundry detergent, travel-size deodorant and toothpaste, body lotion, tissues, dryer sheets, toothbrushes and individually wrapped snacks
Betsie McClimans
[email protected]
Administrative volunteers, event volunteers, Veterans volunteers, and patient and family support volunteers
4,968/153
114/24
Susquehanna Twp.
1979
Provide the highest quality of emotional, physical and spiritual support with compassion and respect
17
Margaret E. Moul Home
2050 Barley Road
York, PA 17408-1557
www.margaretemoul.org
Shannon Berwager and Jodi Grim
[email protected]
717-767-6463
Large print & young teen reader books, audio CDs, spiritual/religious CDs, Echo Dots, $25 Target/Walmart gift cards, batteries, postage stamps, mini shredder, laminator paper, new birthday cards
Jodi Grim
[email protected]
Individuals or groups to be part of our volunteer team at the Margaret E. Moul Home. For more info, please contact us at 717.767.6463.
82/12
120/51
W. Manchester Twp.
1982
Private nonprofit home for adults with cerebral palsy and other neuromuscular impairments
18
The Campus of the Jewish Home of Greater Harrisburg
4000 Linglestown Road
Harrisburg, PA 17112
www.jewishhomeharrisburg.org
Allen J. Geckle and Kristin Schab
[email protected]
717-657-0700
@jewishhomehbg
Netflix subscription, Patriot News subscription, magazine subscriptions, DVDs – classic movies, CDs – dining room music – classical, arts and crafts supplies, card table
Kristin Schab
[email protected]
Volunteers assist at Bingo, participate in special events, read and play games with residents, push wheelchairs to and from activities
DNR/DNR
200/200
Lower Paxton Twp.
1977
Provides a continuum of primarily senior living services to the Central Pennsylvania community
19
VNA of Hanover & Spring Grove Inc.
440 Madison St.
Hanover, PA 17331
www.vnahanover.org
Bryan S. Warner
717-637-1227, 800-422-3197
DNR
Jessie Lee
[email protected]
Patient assistance, respite
1,377/53
56/34
Hanover
1909
Home health care, palliative care, hospice
Historical and Heritage Societies
20
Historical Society of Dauphin County
219 S. Front St.
Harrisburg, PA 17104
www.dauphincountyhistory.org
Christine Turner
[email protected]
717-233-3462
@DauphinHistory
Historical Dauphin County items (e.g. photos, publications, yearbooks), push lawn mower, weed whacker, leaf blower
Steven Wydra
[email protected]
Tour guides, archival assistants, grounds crew
DNR/DNR
1/3
Harrisburg
1869
Preserves and presents the history of Dauphin County for the education, enjoyment and benefit of the public
Human Services
21
Bethesda Mission
611 Reily St., P.O. 3041
Harrisburg, PA 17105
www.bethesdamission.org
Lily Kathryn Martin
[email protected]
717-257-4442
@BethesdaMission
Personal hygiene items, twin sheet sets, paper and cleaning products, new or like new clothing, canned vegetables; we do not need furniture
Rebecca Clymer
[email protected]
Donation center volunteers, children's program assistants, general facilities maintenance
525/DNR
43/9
Harrisburg
1914
Human services provider
22
Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Harrisburg PA Inc.
4800 Union Deposit Road
Harrisburg, PA 17111-3710
www.cchbg.org
Christopher P. Meehan
[email protected]
717-657-4804
@cchbg
Personal care products, baby supplies, cleaning supplies, paper products, laundry supplies, gift cards (Walmart, Giant, Target, etc.)
Christopher P. Meehan
[email protected]
Planning committees for special events (golf, 5K, fundraising dinner), working at homeless shelter or maternity home
2,096/DNR
67/77
Lower Paxton Twp.
1938
Provides health/human services to those in need, regardless of religious preference or ability to pay
23
Children's Aid Society Southern PA
343 Lincoln Way W.
New Oxford, PA 17350
www.cassd.org
Brandon Gething and Eric M Chase M.S., M.Div.
[email protected]
717-624-4461, 1-800-635-6619
Volunteer link https://www.cassd.org/volunteer.html Wish list link https://www.cassd.org/CAS%20Wish%20List%202019.pdf
Samm Worthing
[email protected]
Volunteer opportunity link www.cassd.org/volunteer.html
831/122
29/9
New Oxford
1913
Crisis nursery, art & play therapy, child centered counseling, parent education & support groups, family advocacy, 24-hour hotline, homeless services
24
Contact Helpline Inc.
P.O. Box 90035
Harrisburg, PA 17109-0035
www.contacthelpline.org
Margo Shaw
[email protected]
717-652-4987, 800-932-4616
@CONTACTHelpline
Gift cards, monetary donations, paper, cleaning supplies (disinfected wipes, paper towns, Clorox all purpose cleaner)
Alyson Long
[email protected]
Helpline specialist, committee members, special events, clerical
65,700/24
8/13
Lower Paxton Twp.
1970
24-hour listening, health and human service information and referral hotline
25
International Service Center
21 S. River St.
Harrisburg, PA 17101-2017
www.isc76.org
Tuan N. Bui
[email protected]
717-236-1523
DNR
DNR
8,390/6
7/2
DNR
1976
Multicultural social-service agency that helps all disadvantaged people regardless of ethnic backgrounds or national origin
26
New Hope Ministries Inc.
99 W. Church St, P.O. Box 448
Dillsburg, PA 17019
www.nhm-pa.org
Molly Helmstetter
[email protected]
717-432-2087
@NewHopeHelps
Turkeys, personal care items, new Christmas gifts, gift cards
Whitney Tyson
[email protected]
Holiday events, food pantry, warehouse workers, truck drivers, receptionists, hospitality, youth program, board and committee members
21,090/3,261
28/1
Dillsburg
1982
Christian social service agency that helps neighbors in times of need and supports efforts toward stability
27
South Central Community Action Programs Inc.
153 N. Stratton St.
Gettysburg, PA 17325
www.sccap.org
Cheryl Brown
[email protected]
717-334-7634
Grocery, restaurant, and gas gift cards for clients, Staples gift cards for office supplies
Cheryl Brown
[email protected]
Office work, fundraising, gleaning, food pantry and Circles Program leaders
DNR/DNR
87/19
Gettysburg
1965
Assists low-income families and individuals in Adams and Franklin counties through varies programs/services
Libraries and Literacy
28
Cumberland County Library System Foundation
400 Bent Creek Blvd., Suite 150
Mechanicburg, PA 17050
www.cumberlandcountylibraries.org/libraryfoundation
Jairee Ann Counterman
[email protected]
717-240-6175
New children's and young adult books and gift cards for restaurants, movie theaters, sporting and entertainment venues
DNR
110,351/12
0/0
Mechanicsburg
2007
Support the programs, services, and innovative initiatives of the library system and public libraries in Cumberland County
29
Elizabethtown Public Library
10 S. Market St.
Elizabethtown, PA 17022
www.etownpubliclibrary.org
Aimee Nelson
[email protected]
717-367-7467
@EtownCoffeeComp
Right window #9 or #10 envelopes, stickers, first class stamps, copier paper, glue sticks, Legos, rolled coins, small binder clips, retractable sharpie pens and markers, paper towels, post it notes
[email protected]
DNR
DNR/38
5/14
Elizabethtown
1886
Full-service library, coffee shop, book & craft store with a comfortable bookstore feel
30
Newport Public Library
316 N. Fourth St.
Newport, PA 17074-1203
https://pecoinfo.org
Jeanne Heicher
[email protected]
717-567-6860
Books, music CDs, DVDs, audiobooks on CD, puzzles, games, like-new gifts for Santa Claus Lane Gift Shop, wrappings for gifts, office supplies
Jeanne Heicher
[email protected]
Volunteers needed to staff used book sales & Santa Claus Lane Gift Shop; Friends of NPL members & board members; shelvers & shelf readers
2,568/0
2/2
Newport
1914
Provides public library service at its Newport site and online 24/7 at www.newportpubliclibrary.org
31
Perry County Literacy Council
133 S. Fifth St., P.O. Box 37
Newport, PA 17074-0037
www.perryliteracy.com
Leslie Heimbaugh
[email protected]
717-567-7323, 866-781-7323
@pclc_literacy
Cash donations help us most for textbooks and support services, but we can also use copier paper, paper towels, toilet paper, notebooks, diapers, wipes, pens, pencils and paper goods for our kitchen
Leslie Heimbaugh
[email protected]
Volunteer tutors should have a Bachelor's degree and at least three hours of availability each week, and attend an online training
150/20
4/7
Newport
1984
Provides free educational programs to adults and families in Perry County
Mental Health
32
Compass Mark Inc.
1891 Santa Barbara Drive, Suite 104
Lancaster, PA 17601
www.compassmark.org
Katie Walsh
[email protected]
717-299-2831
https://twitter.com/CompassMarkInc
Donations of cash or gift cards, office supplies, or snacks for groups
Katie Walsh
[email protected]
Summer KidsKamp youth mentors
9,000/11
19/6
Manheim Twp
1966
Addiction prevention programs for children, youth and adults including information and referral, youth skill-building, community training/education
33
Hoffman Homes for Youth
815 Orphanage Road
Littlestown, PA 17340
https://hoffmanhomes.com
Alicia Stanley and Heather Rohrbaugh
[email protected]
717-359-7148
action figures, barbie dolls, fidget toys, legos, matchbox cars, hot wheels, throw blankets, non-spiral bound notebooks, special occasion greeting cards, inspirational signs/posters, arts and crafts
Alicia Stanley and Heather Rohrbaugh
[email protected]
Volunteers for our equine-assisted and animal-assisted therapy program to assist with care for the animals
DNR/DNR
160/20
Mount Joy Twp.
1910
We ensure children receive essential therapies and education needed for regaining control of their mental health and hope for a brighter future
Museums
34
Army Heritage Center Foundation
950 Soldiers Drive, P.O. Box 839
Carlisle, PA 17013
www.armyheritage.org
Mike Perry
[email protected]
717-258-1102
@ArmyHeritage
Sponsors for National History Day or teacher workshops
Amanda Neal and Mike Perry
[email protected]
Volunteers to support the National History Day Program in Pennsylvania
13,000/139
5/5
Middlesex Twp.
1999
Nonprofit supporting the U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center; National History Day in PA program manager, teacher workshops; summer camp
35
National Civil War Museum
1 Lincoln Circle at Reservoir Park
Harrisburg, PA 17103
www.nationalcivilwarmuseum.org
Trini M. Nye and Jeffrey L. Nichols
[email protected]
717-260-1861
@NCWM
JLG 2632ES Scissor Lift, (3) SONY 43" 4K X800G HDR ULTRA TV/REG, (15) 360 Digital Security Cameras
Dane DiFebo
[email protected]
Docents
DNR/DNR
6/8
Harrisburg
2001
Educational and historical museum dedicated to the entire Civil War and conveying the stories of both sides
36
Susquehanna Art Museum
1401 N. Third St.
Harrisburg, PA 17102
www.SusquehannaArtMuseum.org
Alice Anne Schwab
[email protected]
717-233-8668
@SusquehannaArt
Art supplies for elementary age students
Alice Anne Schwab
[email protected]
Gallery hosts, front desk volunteers
6,400/DNR
4/2
Harrisburg
1989
Museum with five distinct exhibition areas plus multi-purpose meeting room, gallery spaces available for event rentals
Pregnancy and Adoption
37
Lifeline Pregnancy Care Center
403 Union St.
Millersburg, PA 17061
www.lifeline-pcc.org
Heather Weaver
[email protected]
717-692-2183, 800-962-5162
Diapers, wipes, baby supplies, boys and girls clothes up to size 6, baby gates, monitors, cases of water
[email protected]
DNR
50/23
0/3
Millersburg
1990
Christian pro-life ministry to help those facing unplanned pregnancy or experiencing post-abortion trauma
Schools and preschools
38
Tri County Opportunities Industrialization Center Inc.
500 Maclay St.
Harrisburg, PA 17110
www.tricountyoic.org
Annette Reiff
[email protected]
717-238-7318
Chromebooks, children's books, calculators, school supplies
Annette Reiff
[email protected]
ESL tutor, classroom aides, adult dducation tutors
250/25
11/12
Harrisburg
1965
Provides educational and training services
Senior Communities
39
Fairmount Homes
333 Wheat Ridge Drive
Ephrata, PA 17522
www.fairmounthomes.org
Jerry D. Lile
[email protected]
717-354-1800
iPads for residents, wheelchairs, laptops, electric beds, resident lifts, therapy equipment, PPE
Carol Swailes
[email protected]
Landscaping, entertainment, resident care, resident transportation
388/250
166/167
W. Earl Twp.
1968
Life plan community (continuing care retirement community) founded on Christ's love & Mennonite values, striving to enrich the lives of those we serve