It is easy to make a financial contribution to LINK directly or through one of our partner organizations.
LINK welcomes donations of food and household products that we can pass along to our clients. See our list of top needs.
We would like to thank the many businesses and schools that partner with us. Learn how your business or group can be involved!
Upcoming Donation Events
Each year, we will need hundreds of volunteers to help us sort food, escort clients, and restock items. If you, your group / business / school would like to coordinate a drive, please contact us
LINK needs items for our pantry throughout the year. There are items that seem to always be in short supply. If your group, business or church is interested in hosting a food drive for LINK, here are some of our top needs - JellyDried beansCanned fruitCanned corn, peas, carrots, potatoesBoxed potatoesToilet paperPaper towelsCleaning productsToiletry items1 Min Read
LINK distributed approximately 67,000 pounds of food for our Holiday Programs which were held in November and December. We are anticipating 1600 families and individuals who will sign up to receive food in 2021. The Boy Scout "Scouting for Food" program will supply a large portion of the food needed, but we would love for your group, school, business or church to host a food drive. For more information, contact us.1 Min Read
Due to the pandemic, LINK did not hold a coat drive for 2020. If you are interested in holding a Coat Drive for 2021 through your employer or organization, please contact Scott Thomas & Amy Thomas, firstname.lastname@example.org Min Read
LINK distributed over 3,000 toys directly to families and individuals in our 2020 Holiday Programs. For 2021, if you would like to donate gift cards that LINK will use to buy toys or distribute to families/individuals, you can mail them to us. We are seeking gift cards for $10 and $25. Gift cards from Walmart, Target or Amazon would be good choices. To purchase an Amazon gift card, click here.To purchase a Target gift card, click here.1 Min Read