Clothing Room Donations
Thank you for your interest in donating maternity and baby items to Hope Clinic. This is a tax deductible donation, and these items will go directly to our pregnant clients and new parents who participate in our Bridge Program (which includes education classes, counseling, and mentoring in exchange for points to use in the Clothing Room). You can feel good knowing these women and men will earn and receive these much needed items as they are preparing to be the best parents possible.
Donations may be delivered any time during our hours of operation, however, please contact the front desk at 615.321.0005 to let us know when you plan to arrive. We want to be sure we can receive your items and give you a tax receipt. It is helpful if you have listed the value of the items ahead of time.
The volume and type of items we receive ebbs and flows so please check back regularly to see what items we need most and what items we have an abundance of already. Please contact Mallori Cain with any questions or for more information.
Most needed items (listed in order of greatest need) :
- Diapers: sizes 3, 4, and 5
- Baby Wipes (individual packs only, no white bulk packs)
- Baby Toiletries (Lotion, body wash, shampoo, diaper cream)
- Baby Towels and Washcloths
- Breast pumps
- Bouncer seats (Kick & Play)
- Infant Car Seats/Carriers**
- Pack & Play
- What to Expect When You're Expecting books
We are so grateful to receive an abundance of clothes. Please note, we only accept baby clothes up to 2T/24 Months and Maternity clothes only - no regular sized women's clothes.
**No car seats made before May 2012
Please know we never solicit by phone for any in-kind donations or monetary donations. Unfortunately, an organization with a similar name is calling individuals asking for donations of clothes, household items (placed on porch) and sometimes money. We have received many calls from individuals trying to stop these calls.
**PLEASE NOTE: Due to the new crib standard, we can no longer receive cribs made before June 28th, 2011. Please refer to www.cpsc.gov/onsafety/2011 for more information.