If you wish to donate goods to help local residents, Katherine MacAulay of the American Red Cross recommends the following as places to start.
Donations of Clothing (gently used, clean clothing for kids, adults, and professional clothing accepted):
- Huntertown United Methodist Church
16021 Lima Road, Huntertown, IN 46748
260-637-3798 Visit Website:
Monday through Thursday, 8a.m. to 8p.m. to drop off box on North side of church
- Cross Borders Partners
4611 Newaygo Road, Ste. A, Fort Wayne, IN 46808
Tuesdays and Thursday, 9a.m. to 4p.m.
Donations of Furniture and Household Items (beds, tables, chairs, linens, kitchen items):
- Mustard Seed Furniture Bank
3636 Illinois Road, Fort Wayne, IN 46804
260-484-5802 Visit website
Monday through Friday, 10a.m. to 4p.m.
Donations of Clean-Up products (buckets, gloves, mops, masks, detergent, soap, dryer sheets) :
- Associated Churches Food Bank
602 East Wayne Street, Fort Wayne, IN 46802
260-422-3528 Visit Website
Monday to Thursday 8a.m to 3p.m.
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