Month: January 2021

Check out Alyce talking with Danielle, from the Greater Lowell Chamber of Commerce, about our mission and her passion for The Wish Project. https://fb.watch/3iEL7gB6Js/

These awesome movers packed a truck full of furniture and basic home goods for a client this week. We know the clients were full of thanks when the truck arrived with all of the items they need.
We are so grateful to those who donated to make this possible.
We are currently in need of love seats for the next clients. If you have one that is no longer in use, please consider donating. Please call ahead if you have furniture to drop off (866)947-4360 and Grace will let you know if we have room to accept your items.

Carmen, a caseworker from Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, stopped by the warehouse to pick up diapers and baby necessities for her clients. Thank you to all of the generous donors who make this possible every day. The parents who receive these donations are so grateful.

Thank you to donor Devon Das and his dad for stopping by the warehouse with his donation of a handmade blanket at part of @project 351
These amazing blankets, which have been dropped of by many students over the past two weeks, will go to our clients in need.. Keeping them warm this winter.
We are so thankful for these generous students and their commitment to give back and care for those in need in our community.

A client recently stopped by the warehouse to pick up diapers and other basic items. Seeing these happy faces leave with all the items they need is such a wonderful sight. Thank you to all of the donors who make this possible.

Some of our regular volunteers are highlighting the basic items that we are most in need of this week. These items have been tough to keep in the warehouse. As soon as they’re donated, they go righ out to clients in need. We’re hoping to restock our shelves with these items so that the next clients to visit our warehouse will leave with everything that they need.

Baking pans, cookie sheets, large spoons, dish soap, laundry detergent pods, hand sanitizer, disinfectant spray, men’s shirts in sizes small and medium.

If you’ve any of these items to donate, please stop by the warehouse during our donation hours Tuesday-Saturday 9-2:45. Thank you for sharing, with friends, family, neighbors, and online groups who may have some kitchen items to spare.


Click here https://youtu.be/UvIRPTPiZjQ to watch Grace show off some of the amazing baskets that will be available for our Winter Wishes Open Your Heart online auction. Stay tuned for more info!

Thank you to Annie Lagunilla from Wilmington for holding a clothing drive. These clothes will go to many local families in need, keeping them warm as the temperature continues to drop.

We currently have several clothing bins empty, or near empty, and clients in these sizes may not be able to get clothing from us. If you have boys tops in sizes 14-16, boys tops and bottoms in size 18, men’s tops in sizes small and medium, and girls tops in sizes 12-18 that you no longer need, please consider donating so that we are able to pass on to clients in these sizes.

Your Fairy Godmother made two trips to the warehouse recently to drop off newborn baskets and cuddle bundles. These will go to parents who are welcoming a new baby and to toddlers getting their first big kid bed. Clients are always so excited to receive these.
Pat could use some though, she’s always looking for knit or crochet baby blankets and sweaters for the newborn baskets and fleece toddler blankets for the cuddle bundles. If you’re able to make and donate any of these items, be sure to let us know that they’re for Your Fairy Godmother when you drop off at the warehouse.

Thank you to donor Michelle Doran for her generous donation of warm hats that she made. These will keep many local individuals warm and dry as the temps continue to be very cold.

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