Donation of Goods
Please, drop off at Peace House, 700 Round Valley Drive, Park City, UT 84060 Monday-Friday 9-5. Due to the current health concerns, we are not allowing anyone other than essential employees inside. You may drop items outside of our front door please write a note that has your name and address on it, so that we may thank you.
Consider a financial donation to Peace House and help us take good care of our clients. Financial donations of all sizes are so very meaningful. Thank you all for your generosity.
Our Most Urgent Needs:
$25 Smiths cards
Gift cards in $10, $15, $25 increments from Smiths, Uber, Walmart, TJ Maxx, Gift cards from Visa or Mastercard in $10, $15, $25 increments
Automatic dishwasher soap
Canned vegetables: peas, potatoes, tomato sauce, tomato paste, small jars of pasta sauce, Dinty Moore stew, ravioli, canned salmon, chicken and tuna
easy to prepare meals like hamburger helper, pasta kits with sauce and cheese like Pasta Roni or Knorr Pasta, Boxed Flavored Rice (Knorr, Rice a Roni, etc), boil in a bag rice
Canned fruit: Mandarin oranges, fruit cocktail, peaches 8oz, pears 8 oz, pineapple 8 oz, raisins, dried fruit, nuts in snack packs
Instant oatmeal packets
Lysol spray cleaner and Wipes
Coffee/ instant coffee and keurigs
Cereal-All different varieties, especially kid flavors like Capn Crunch!
Children’s snacks-individually packed gold fish, crackers, chips, cheese and crackers, peanut butter crackers, cheezit, cheetos and cookies
Children’s Snacks-squeezable yogurt
Capri Sun or other juice drinks in individual pouches
Clothing Needs New (used clothes are addressed below)
Unisex sweat suits. both tops and bottoms (S-XXXL)
Women’s black athletic leggings in all sizes (S – XXL)
Women’s comfortable sweatshirts and hoodies (S-XXL)
Our clients need to get to court appointments and many of them do not have transportation. Consider donating an Uber card. Cards are available at Bed Bath and Beyond, Whole Foods, Walgreens, Home Depot and other locations.
Ship Direct from Walmart
Want to shop online and ship directly to Peace House try this link to Walmart.
All Donations Make a Difference
In-kind contributions are items, products, or services that are donated to Peace House. These valuable resources are used to support program services, including the Shelter, Clinical, Case Management and Outreach.
Many of the contributions are used for the day-to-day operations at the Peace House emergency shelter facility and given to individuals and families who are currently residing in the emergency shelter to escape violence and abuse. In keeping with our values of treating everyone with respect and dignity, we ask that all donations should be in excellent condition.
If you are a business or corporation, please contact Sally Tauber, Development Director, Sally@peacehouse.org or 435-647-4839, ex 113.
If you are an organization, group, individual, or Eagle Scout interested in coordinating a donation drive contact Maggie@peacehouse.org
On Going Needs:
Allergy medicine like Benadryl or Zyrtec
Canned soup, (not chicken noodle at this time)
Ziplocks in all sizes
Detergent small/ reg size
Fabric Softner/ Dryer Sheets
Jams and jellies, strawberry, grape, raspberry
Small bottles of Oil
Cereal-All different varieties
Children’s Snacks-individually packed gold fish, crackers, chips, cheese and crackers, peanut butter crackers, cheezit, cheetos and cookies
Children’s Snacks-squeezable yogurt
All Sizes of Ziplock Bags
Cakes and frosting
Adult and children’s cough syrup
DayQuil and NyQuil
Toothache relief (Orajel, etc.)
Used Clothing Donations
Used clothing donations are not regularly accepted due to storage capacity and local community partnerships that enable us to meet the needs of our clients without storage and management.
If you have used clothing items to donate, please donate to the Christian Center of Park City, Saint Lawrence Catholic Church and the Summit and Wasatch County Children’s Justice Centers. These community partners assist Peace House and our clients, and they are often in need. Thank you for your generosity.