Covenant House New York works to provide basic toiletries, clothing, school supplies and other items for all of our young people. Our location at 41st Street is always accepting donations of the following items:
Plain white t-shirts (S, M, L, XL, XXL), sweatpants, black pants, leggings, dress shirts, men’s belts, luggage and duffel bags, dress pants, winter scarves, coats, umbrellas, sketchbooks and sketching paper, paint, adult coloring books, canvas, pencils, markers, Flip-flops, slippers, bathrobes, umbrellas, craft supplies and coloring books.
We also accept the following items, which must be new and unused:
Men’s underwear, shampoo, conditioner, toothpaste, deodorant, bras, bars of soap, baby wipes, Pampers diapers (size 3-6), water bottles, pacifiers and formula (regular and lactose-free).
Covenant House New York has its own Amazon wish list so you can provide homeless youth with basic necessities at the click of a button. Check out our wish list here.
Anyone can join our Sleep Out movement! This year, 4.2 million kids will be homeless in America. When you Sleep Out, you’re not just raising funds and awareness – you’re showing homeless youth your commitment to their future. By joining or starting your own Sleep Out today, you’ll raise lifesaving funds to give kids safe shelter and opportunity and unite your community against youth homelessness.
You can be a champion for homeless and trafficked youth by creating your own fundraising campaign. By putting purpose to your passion, you can make an impact in your own way. Our DIY fundraising program is perfect for anyone who is interested in personalizing a campaign for Covenant House – individuals, families, businesses, schools and community groups can all raise funds for our organization.
You can leave a lasting legacy by investing in homeless youth. Our planned giving options allow you to meet your financial goals while providing essential support for children in crisis. Committing to Covenant House ensures that your contributions last for generations and give homeless youth a better chance at life.