In-kind donations

Donation Drop-off

8am–7pm Daily, including holidays, open year-round

Men’s Resource Center
3380 South 1000 West
South Sale Lake, UT 84119
Midvale Family Resource Center
529 West 7300 South (9th Avenue)
Midvale, UT 84047>
Directions to our Midvale Family Resource Center
Gail Miller Resource Center
242 West Paramount Avenue
Salt Lake City, UT 84115

For questions, please contact our Volunteer Coordinators at or 385-351-2389.
We do not have the staff or means to pick up donations. To make alternate arrangements for large donations, please contact

The gift of In-kind donation

Help us provide for the basic needs of individuals and families staying in shelter by donating bedding, clothing, and other new and gently used items.

Urgent Needs:

  • Body wipes
  • Face masks (store-bought and homemade)
  • Disinfectant sprays and wipesSippy cups
  • Underwear (NEW, all sizes)
  • Plus-size Clothing (all sizes, 2X+)
  • Boots & Shoes (2X+)
  • Socks (all sizes)
  • Bath towels
  • Blankets (twin, full, queen)

The Road Home is happy to accept donations of gently used items. We ask that all donations be clean and in good condition when they are donated.

Homelessness affects people year round, not just during the holidays. We greatly appreciate your donations throughout the year! To ensure that your generous in-kind donations have the greatest impact, we may share with our many partner agencies.

Stay Safe, Stay Home Activity Kits

COVID-19 has affected us all. Because families staying in shelter have limited space and resources, you can help during these stressful times by providing Activity Kits to help families stay occupied and take their minds off this stressful situation. Sign up now to to provide activity kits here.

Shelter Guest Move-Out Kits

You can help people as they move out of shelter by providing essentials for their new home.You can make kits or even shop for Shelter Guest Move-Out Kits directly on Amazon. You can also provide home items for people who have recently moved into Palmer Court, a housing complex operated by The Road Home.

Restricted Items

We care about the people we serve and want to reflect that in items we gratefully collect from the community. Some donations like large furniture, used mattresses, and large appliances are better donated to other organizations, as we do not have storage capacity.
Federal and health regulations disallow The Road Home from accepting batteries, drugs, weapons, tires, chemicals, mattresses, refrigerators, freezers, broken TVs, washers, or dryers.
We do not have the staff or means to pick up donations. To make alternate arrangements for large donations, please contact or 385-351-2389.


You can shop items from our Needs List directly on Amazon? Giving back has never been easier!


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