Donate Resources

Your donations help Share improve the life of men, women and children in Clark County. And every donation allows us to spend our funds on providing increased services and programs.

Our current needs are available by clicking the link below. We ask that all donated items be provided in gently-used or new condition. Donations can be delivered to the following Share facilities, 7 days a week, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.:
– Share Fromhold Service Center, 2306 NE Andresen Road (M-F, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.)
– Share Orchards Inn, 5609 NE 102nd Avenue
– Share Homestead, 4921 NE Hazel Dell Avenue
– Share House, 1115 W 13th Street
* Please deliver perishable food to Share House, Homestead or Orchards Inn.

Most Needed Items for Share (Including Unaccepted Items)
Most Needed Food Items for Share’s Backpack Program
Put Protein First: A List of Needed Shelf-Stable, Protein Items

Where do our food donations go?
At Share, we are often asked where all our food donations go when they leave our warehouse. Below is a diagram, in words in pictures:
Where do Share’s food donations go?

If you are interested in organizing a donation drive, please call (360) 952-8229 or e-mail

Items that Share does not accept:

  • Electronics (televisions, computers, DVD players, speakers etc.) & VHS tapes
  • Encyclopedias
  • Exercise equipment
  • Used infant & child car seats, cribs, porta-cribs & pack ‘n’ plays, hi-chairs, walkers, exer-saucers, etc. (any used item that an infant can sit or sleep in)
  • Used toys of any kind

For Food Safety Reasons We Cannot Accept:

  • Home canned items
  • Opened items (if the contents are individually wrapped, then it is acceptable)
  • Food that is beyond expiration date
  • Meat/frozen items that are freezer burned

Furniture and large household items are not accepted for drop-off at Share’s shelters. However, if you have furniture or large household items, such as a couch, bed frame, dining room set, etc., that you are interested in donating, please contact or (360) 952-8228.

Furniture can be donated to at these locations:

  • Divine Consign: an upscale furniture consignment store, operated by volunteers, turns gently-used donated and consigned furniture into dollars for charities in Southwest Washington. 904 Main Street, Vancouver | (360) 695-6443
  • Boomerang: a generosity shop with a special mission. They sell donated and consigned items of quality at accessible prices, and then give every penny of profit back to local causes. 808 Main Street, Vancouver | (360) 952-8127
  • This-N-That: owned and operated by Clark County Christian Center, a non-profit organization, founded to help meet the needs of disadvantaged families in the community. 7601 NE Vancouver Plaza Drive, Vancouver | (360) 690-8428

Furniture and building materials can be donated to Habitat for Humanity ReStore at 10811 SE Mill Plain Blvd., Vancouver | (360) 213-1313.

Used electronics can be donated to Free Geek in Portland, 1731 SE 10th Avenue, 97214. Learn more at

Click here for a list of donations locations and addresses, including the Share Fromhold Service Center and Share’s shelters.