The Wish Project’s mission is to help families in need establish long-term residency by providing basic needs to provide critical immediate assistance to homeless families, victims of fire or disaster; and to support the community. Our goal is to provide local people in need with basic furniture, home goods and baby goods, while helping the planet by recycling used goods. Only when people have their basic needs met can they move forward and out of the social services system. By providing basic goods to people in crisis, we help alleviate some stress in the short term while helping to end homelessness in the long term. We serve with a passionate team of staff, volunteers, community partners, and board of directors.

Frequently Asked Questions

Our Team


Thank you to our partners without whom we couldn’t help a fraction of the clients we currently service!

Clarendon Early Education Services
Coalition for a Better Acre
Clarendon Early Education Services
Community Teamwork, Inc.
Department of Children and Families Lowell
Dwelling House of Hope
Elder Services of the Merrimack Valley, Inc.
Justice Resource Institute
Lowell Community Health Center, Ob-Gyn
Lowell Housing Authority, Family Self-Sufficiency Program

Mass Society Prevention of Cruelty to Children, Healthy Families Lowell & Lawrence
Mile’s Day Care
South Bay Early Intervention
Thom Anne Sullivan Center, Early Childhood
Valley Collaborative

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