In-kind donations are an important part of the basic needs services we provide at St. Joseph’s Villa. Our Amazon Wishlist is an easy way you can provide urgently needed items requested by our children and families. Purchases can be shipped directly to St. Joseph’s Villa.
With the start of a new school year just around the corner, we’re gearing up to welcome students back to campus this fall! Each summer, the Villa works to ensure that every student is prepared with the supplies and resources they need to reach their full potential in the classroom. While many of our families are unable to afford essential school supplies, at the Villa, they don’t have to worry thanks to supporters like you.
You can also designate a financial gift and let us do the shopping for you! However you choose to give, your generosity will inspire confidence in our students as they continue working toward their goals.
We want to acknowledge the transformations you are making possible in our shared community. When giving through Amazon, please include your name and preferred contact method in the gift message, so we can express our gratitude and provide a gift receipt for your tax records.
You can also contact us using our In-Kind Donation Form.
AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way for you to support the Villa every time you shop, at no cost to you! Just log on to smile.amazon.com, choose St. Joseph’s Villa as your charity, and Amazon will donate a portion of the purchase price.
Interested in holding a special drive for Villa children, adults or families? We’re grateful for community donations of new school supplies, non-perishable foods, household essentials and other in-kind gifts that help our clients look toward a brighter future. Please contact Jennifer Leon at 804-553-3211 or email for more information about our most immediate needs, and how you can make a difference.
Please note: Our Donation Center for used items has closed.
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