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Donate Goods For Hale Kipa Programs

In-kind donations requested by our programs.  These lists will be updated as required.

We would like to acknowledge each donor with a thank you letter.  Because Hale Kipa is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, your donation is tax deductible.  The thank you letter is your supporting document that can be used during income tax preparation.  Please include a completed Donor Form with your donation.

East Hawaiʻi Office (Big Island)

New Stove/Oven to assist with teaching youth in preparing their meals.
Blinds (preferable) or curtains for our office.
Paper Shredder – Commercial size or an account w/ Business Services Hawaii to pick up our shareables.
Wall Shelf for our office.

Hāloa House (Oʻahu)

Room Fans for resident (youth) rooms.

Independent Living Program Training Home (Oʻahu)

Bedsheets – Twin sized.
Bath Towels
Wash Cloths – Salux brand exfoliating washcloth.
Deodorant for men.
Room Fans
Set of Drinking Cups – Set of tall plastic cups.
Set of Dinner Plates and Bowls
Shoes – Boy’s size 7 tennis shoes, Girl’s size 3 and 4 tennis shoes.
Clothes – Boy’s size 10 shirt 12 pants, Girl’s size 4 and 6 shirts, sized 5 and 7 pants.
Food Items – Saimin / Cup-O-Noodles, cans of Spam.

Transitional Living Program (Oʻahu)

Shampoo, Conditioner, Bodywash – Travel size, regular size, Costco size.
Deodorant – Travel size.
Toothpaste – Travel size.
Toothbrushes – Individually wrapped.
Socks – Tall, short, all types and colors.
Backpacks
Clothing – Youth/young adult friendly clothing.  Especially larger male sizes – think big, local teens.
Laundry Soap
Ready to Eat Canned Goods – Meats, soups, fruits, ready to eat items rather than cooking ingredients.
Saimin / Cup Noodles
Bags of Rice
Cooking Supplies – Ingredients that can be used to cook meals.
Toilet paper

Hale Lanipōlua Assessment Center (Oʻahu)

Bath Towels
Washcloths
Hair Products – Regular and travel sized shampoo, conditioner.  Hair conditioner leave in spray. Hairbrushes / Combs.
Shaving Razors
Deodorant
Feminine Hygiene – All types of products.
Underwear of all sizes.
Nail Polish / Remover
Cotton Balls
Body Lotion
Laundry Soap
Dish Soap
Food Items – Cans of spam, bags of rice, packages / cups of ramen, canned goods of all types.

Kalihi Juvenile Assessment Center (Oʻahu)

Gift Cards to department stores like Walmart and Target and grocery stores like Times, Foodland and Safeway.  Would like to be able to let families, that need some support or help, do some shopping and be able to buy what they need without someone telling them what to buy.  Giving them some power and responsibility back in their life.

Transitional Living Program (Oʻahu)

Room Fan
Small Table for writing and for having meals.