Naomi Weitzman took a bus to our warehouse to drop off donations. We are so thankful that she was able to get to us with items that are greatly needed right now. Thank you Naomi!!

If you have items to donate, please take a moment to fill out our online donation form
https://www.thewishproject.org/drop-off-donation-form/ And stop by the warehouse Tuesday-Saturday 9-2:45

If you’re interested in shopping online and shipping directly to us, please take a peek at our Amazon wish list

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.

Clients picked up furniture and household items today at the warehouse. Thank you to the generous donors who made it possible for them to fill their truck with much needed items.

Thank you to Samantha Shields for the donation of diapers, tissue and wipes. All essential items for our already struggling clients.

One of our weekly volunteers, Rob stopped in to drop off a donation today. While there he saw that Lori and Dianne were extremely busy so he pitched in and helped for awhile. We couldn’t ask for better volunteers! Thanks Rob, they appreciated your help!

Thank you to Mariah Straayer for the generous donation of diapers. Diapers are one of the most requested items for our struggling clients. Right now we are in need of Size 6 diapers. If you have any to donate and can drop off, our donation hours are Tuesday-Saturday 9-2:45pm. If you prefer to shop online we have an Amazon wish list where you can shop and ship direct to us. https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/D0WB109LX427… Thank you for helping us provide diapers for our neighbors in need.

Thank you to donor Ricky McKenna for the generous donation of new toys and clothes for the Magic of Christmas project. We love when our donors show their holiday spirit by dressing the part, we’ve had Santa stop by and now the Grinch!

Charlie, our warehouse manager, helps donor Jenelle with the Christmas donations she dropped off yesterday. We are grateful to our supportive donors who are spreading the holiday cheer this year to so many families in need in Greater Lowell and Merrimack Valley. If you would like to help by purchasing an item, like children’s coats, from our Amazon wish list and ship direct to us follow the link to our Weekly Wish List of basic needs https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/D0WB109LX427 . Thank you for helping us provide basic items for our neighbors that might need a warm winter coat this year

Thank you to Kaitlyn Brennan for her KB Toy Train donation dropped off yesterday. She launched the event two weeks ago “Fill the KB Toy Train for the Magic of Christmas,” and so many people joined from all over (SC – PA – NY – NH – ME – MA) and either shipped or joined the local and safe drop-off yesterday morning (even in the rain). From donors dropping off, their packages, Kaitlyn in the “toy train” enroute to Wish, to her helpers unloading at the warehouse! Such a wonderful undertaking of so many people to help our community this holiday season, and it all started with one person and one idea, thanks Kaitlyn, we know our clients will be very grateful!

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