Your in-kind gifts are critical to improving the lives of the individuals and families we serve.

We accept new or gently-used baby clothes, maternity clothes, household appliances, and furniture. You can also donate your new or like-new bedding and towels. We accept only new hygiene items, baby toys, cribs, pack-n-plays, and car seats. See a list of donation options and current needs below.

Catholic Charities of Oregon can also pick up large donations of furniture or household items on a case-by-case basis. You can make an appointment to drop off your in-kind donations during regular business hours by emailing

Donate a house or property

Donate a Home or Property

Donating property to Catholic Charities of Oregon is a thoughtful, generous way to create a major impact on the housing issues that face our underserved members of our community. We work to turn gifted property and buildings into life-sustaining permanent housing. Contact our Development Office at if you’d like to learn more about donation options or to discuss a particular property or building donation you may have in mind.

Donate a Vehicle

You can donate your car, boat, or recreational vehicle, (even if it's not running) to Catholic Charities of Oregon. The proceeds from the sale will be used to fund our programs and services for the people we assist. We can arrange to have your vehicle towed at no cost to you. Catholic Charities of Oregon partners with Speed’s towing for this service.
Refugee Services

In-Kind Needs

The Refugee Services team relies on donations from volunteers and partners to furnish houses and apartments for arriving individuals and families. These donations can include lightly used furniture as well as new household items. For questions about in-kind donations or to schedule a time to drop off items, please contact us.


  • Dining room table & chairs
  • Couches (not hide a beds)
  • Lamps
  • Coffee tables
  • End tables
  • Dressers


  • Computers (laptops/desktops in good working condition)
  • Smart phones (in good condition)
  • Headphones (new or lightly used)
  • TVs (flat screens only. No large tube TVs)
  • Bikes and bike locks (adult & youth)
  • Bus passes (adult & youth)

Kits (we prefer to receive kits versus individual items. All items must be new)

  • WELCOME KITS - teapot & tea, Oregon calendar, map of Portland, blanket, welcome doormat, notebook, pens, pencils, chocolate, umbrella, soccer, basketball
  • PERSONAL CARE KITS - toothbrushes, toothpaste, shampoo, conditioner, deodorant, soap, razors, shaving cream, nail clippers/files, tweezers, feminine hygiene products, toilet paper
  • KITCHEN KITS - dishes, cups, glasses, mugs, silverware, silverware tray, dish towels, potholders, paper towels, hand soap, trash bags, mixing bowls, Tupperware/food storage containers, frying pans, pots with lids, baking dishes, cutting board, kitchen knives, spatula, can opener
  • BEDDING KITS - sheets, pillows, comforters (for twin- and full-size beds)
  • BATHROOM KITS - bath towels, hand towels, washcloths, bathmat, hand soap, toilet paper, small waste basket, shower rod, shower curtain
  • CLEANING KITS - mop & bucket, broom & dustpan, sponges, toilet brush, dish soap, laundry detergent, light bulbs, tissues, paper towels
Family Case Management

In-Kind Needs

Every donation directly supports the children and families receiving services at Catholic Charities of Oregon. Please note: We can only accept new items as hygiene and safety requirements for pregnant women and newborn babies are quite specific.

We are in need of

  • Diapers, especially larger sizes 3-6
  • Baby hygiene items (shampoo, baby wash, diaper cream)
  • Baby clothes
  • Maternity clothes
  • New toys
Kenton Women's Village

In-Kind Needs

Kenton Women’s Village (KWV) is located at 2420 N Columbia Blvd. Please note that the front gate entrance is only accessible by foot. While there is no parking lot, parallel parking is available on Argyle before the Columbia-Argyle intersection.

Please do not bring unannounced donations. Please email to schedule a drop-off time. Tax-deductible receipts will be provided.

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Nurture health and hope in our KWV garden

Our garden is growing! Please help our villagers who are working to regain their stability and self-sufficiency access fresh, whole, and nutritious food by donating needed items, including soil, tools, seeds, and plants for the upcoming season. Click the button below to find a complete list and instructions for delivery. Thank you for your support!

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Please consider donating the following supplies:

  • Toilet paper
  • Safeway gift cards
  • Coffee
  • Umbrellas
  • Bedside lamps
  • AA batteries
  • Closet organizers
  • Storage bins
  • Clorox or Lysol disinfecting wipes
  • Laundry detergent
Housing Transitions

In-Kind Needs

We are not able to accept clothing other than the items specified here at this time but will gladly accept winter coats, gloves, hats, and sleeping bags in season.

Hygiene kits may be delivered to Housing Transitions Program, on the south side of the building (2740 SE Powell Blvd), M-F between 9:00am and 1:00pm.

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Cold & Wet Weather Supply Needs

  • Tarps
  • Tents
  • Sleeping Bags
  • Hot Hands (handwarmers)
  • Hats
  • Gloves
  • Socks
  • Warm Blankets

Hygiene Kits

  • Travel size deodorant
  • Travel size toothpaste + brushes
  • Travel size lotion
  • Travel size soap
  • Travel size shampoo
  • Travel size, non-alcohol mouthwash
  • Travel size hand sanitizer
  • Strong combs or brushes
  • AA Batteries
  • First aid supplies
  • High-protein snacks (almond / peanut butter packs, jerky, travel tuna kits, applesauce / fruit cups, dried fruit, soft energy bars, etc.)
  • Gatorade / electrolyte packets
  • Vitamin C packets
  • Body cleansing wipes
  • Clear zip (sandwich) bags
  • Small sewing kits
  • Cases of bottled water (16.9 ounce bottles)
  • Pre-loaded Trimet HOP cards ($5 per card)
  • Nail clippers