For quickest and safest delivery, please order these items online and have them shipped directly to the nonprofit (see links to nonprofits below).
If you would like Hands4Hope to assist with the delivery, set up a drop off time by emailing email@example.com
Support the community
This list is ongoing...we will update this as we get in contact with more agencies and partners.
1) Donate blood
2) Make homemade masks, donate gloves and masks, or make cash donations
Marshall Medical - needs N95 masks, Hand Sanitizer, Sanitizer Wipes, Plastic Shield Masks,
Safety Goggles with front rims and side protection, Nitrile gloves
Drop off locations: Marshall Foundation for Community Health, 1124 Sherman Street from 9 am to 5 pm M-F OR at Mattywags 376 Main St. Placerville from 11 am to 1 pm M-F.
For Questions: Please call Marshall Foundation at 530-642-9984
3) Make cards to be sent to seniors and essential workers!
Please place all cards in a plastic ziplock bag and drop them off in the Blue Bins at either H4H Youth Centers 1) 877 Embarcadero Drive, #3, EDH 2) 905A Spring Street, Placerville
4) Support small businesses! Order to-go meals, curbside pick up, purchase gift cards or items online *Don’t forget to mention Hands4Hope when ordering!
Milestone - 12-8pm Tues-Sat, 12-7pm Sunday
Poor Reds - 3-7:30pm Wed-Fri, 12-7:30pm Sat/Sun
El Dorado Saloon & Grill - 11-8pm Tues-Sun
Sienna - 11:30am-7:30pm 7 days/week
Aji Japanese - 11:30am-7:30pm, 7 days/week *20% off all orders and to go cocktails available
Visconti's - 11am-8pm Tue-Thur, 11am-9pm Fri-Sat, 4-8pm Sun
Back Wine Bar & Bistro - 12-7pm Tue-Sat *to go cocktails available
Sutter Street Taqueria - 10-9pm Fri/Sat , 11-7pm Sun/Mon , 11-8pm Tues-Thurs
Sourdough & Co - 10-7pm M-F, 10-6pm Sat, 11-5pm Sun
Big Apple Bagels - 7am-1pm M-F, 7am-2pm Sat/Sun
Placerville Brewery - 3-7pm W-Sun
Solid Ground Brewing - 12-7pm 7days/week
Boeger Winery - 10am-5pm daily *Online orders or pick up only, no tastings
Lee's Feed - support local pet stores!
Foodom - order in home cooking by professional chefs, visit www.myfoodom.com for more information
5) Donate food and toiletries for low income seniors, families in need and the homeless
Big Brothers Big Sisters (youth)- board games, balls, arts & crafts supplies, new ipad/computer, airline miles. Contact or cell - 530-306-1199 to schedule a time for drop off.
Green Valley Community Church (families in need and homeless) - Make cards for low income seniors. Please place the cards in a ziplock bag and drop them off at either H4H Youth Center Locations. 1) 877 Embarcadero Drive, Suite #3, El Dorado Hills 2) 905A Spring Street, Placerville
White Rock Village (low income families) -
canned goods, pasta, cereal, oatmeal, toilet paper, hand sanitizer
Mercy Creekview Senior Center (low income seniors) -
toilet paper, non-perishable food items, crossword puzzles, magazines - contact H4H for drop directions for these items.
Sacramento Loaves and Fishes (homeless in Sacramento County) -
bottled water, toilet paper, for a full list go to http://sacloaves.org/needs-list
Center for Violent Free Relationship (abused) - toilet paper, diapers size 4-6, baby wipes, non-perishable food items, cleaning supplies, laundry detergent - call (530) 626-1450 to donate or see their wishlist on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/FMA3H9F1SWTW?ref_=wl_share
Upper Room Dining Hall (homeless in El Dorado County) -
bottled water, fruit cups, cereal bars, canned/pouched tuna, crackers, cheese sticks, jerky sticks, chips, yogurt tubes, peanut butter packets, individual drink mix. Drop off at 1868 Broadway, Placerville between 12-6pm. Or donate monetary donations online http://upperroomdininghall.org/ways-to-help.html
EDCOE (homeless children in El Dorado County) - non-perishable snacks and instant food for students in need who have no means to pick up "to go" meals. Toiletries are always appreciated as well. For monetary donation, send a check to El Dorado County Office of Education at 6767 Green Valley Rd, Placerville, 95667 with "Homeless Youth Coordinator" in the notes section. Please contact Margaret Lewis at 209-712-6605 for drop off location or for online donation options.
Sacramento Self Help Housing (homeless in Sacramento County) - disposable gloves, hand sanitizer, antibacterial hand soap, wipes, alcohol pads, cough drops, vitamin C tablets (airborne or emergen-c), kleenex, bandanas (used as masks), protein bars or shakes, jerky sticks, ready to eat fruit, oranges, apples, snack sized chips, crackers, pop lid canned foods such as ravioli, water bottles, personal size sport drinks - email or call and (916) 754-7315.
6) Donate clothes
Job's Shelter of the Sierra's (Homeless in El Dorado County) - size 30 and 32 mens jeans, ladies underwear size 7,8 and
men's underwear small and medium sizes.
Please consider purchasing items online and having them delivered directly to the agencies, unless otherwise noted. Addresses can be found by clicking on the name of the organization above. If you would like to receive volunteer credit for your donations, card or mask making, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you prefer to drop your donation off at Hands4Hope, please email email@example.com to make an appointment.
Thank you for your support!!
Boys & Girls Club Virtual Programming
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LIVE Zoom calls with BGCE Staff!
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