St. Anthony's Thanksgiving Curbside Donation Drive

Curbside Donation Drive

Curbside donations enable us to provide clean, fresh clothes, healthy, hot meals, and sanitary hygiene products that are crucial during the cold and wet months ahead.

Our annual Christmas Curbside donation drive is focused on providing assistance to our guests through the challenging winter months.

When & Where:

Our annual donation event occurs from December 20 through Christmas eve, December 24th. We’ll be gratefully collecting donations at 121 Golden Gate Ave. (between Leavenworth and Jones). The right lane of Golden Gate Ave. will be closed to traffic to allow for safe and convenient donation drop-off.

Dates and Times:

Dec 20 and 21: 9AM-4PM
Dec 22: 9AM-3PM
Dec 23 and 24: 9AM-1PM

Clothing Donations:

There’s a critical need for new underwear, socks, warm coats, belts, and shoes. Clothing of all types for babies and children is also needed.

Food Donations:

The most crucial needs this year are hams, frozen turkeys, canned fish, and peanut butter.

Hygiene Donations:

New and unopened items, especially toothbrushes, toothpaste, deodorant, razors, and feminine hygiene products.

Unfortunately, we cannot accept:

  • Stained, damaged, heavily-worn clothing.
  • Dirty underwear and socks.
  • Opened packages/bags of food or prepared meals.
  • Opened/used hygiene items.

Virtual Curbside

We gratefully accept these donations of food, clothing, and hygiene items dropped off in-person during this holiday season, but if you prefer to stretch your donation by leveraging our bulk purchasing power right now, you can make a monetary contribution on our Virtual Curbside page. Virtual Curbside functions much like an online store, calculating how much food and savings your gift of generosity provides. We are able to spend those dollars on specific needs of our clients.
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Thank You to Wells Fargo ourĀ 2018 Curbside Sponsor

Wells Fargo: 2018 Curbside


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