Gifts In-Kind

The foundation welcomes non-cash contributions of items that directly benefit patients, as long as the department accepting the items determines the contribution is appropriate.

Please contact the foundation to ask about making gifts in-kind. When accepting an in-kind contribution, the foundation will complete its section of IRS Form 8283, which is used by those who itemize on their income tax returns. This form allows the donor to claim tax deductions for non-cash charitable gifts. It is the donor's responsibility to indicate the value of the gift and to fill out various sections of the form, depending on that value.

Gift-In-Kind Donation Form                          Gift-In-Kind List

In-Kind Gifts Needed:

  • Personal care items for adult men and women in the behavioral health inpatient unit:
    • Toiletries (hair products, toothbrushes, toothpaste, soap, body lotions)
    • Feminine care products (tampons and napkins)
    • Brushes and Combs
  • Personal care items for children (boys and girls ages 5-17) in the behavioral health inpatient unit:
    • Toiletries (hair products, toothbrushes, toothpaste, soap, body lotions)
    • Feminine care products (tampons and napkins)
    • Brushes and Combs
  • Clothing for children or adults in the inpatient behavioral health unit and emergency room (all sizes - boys and girls ages 5-17/adult men and women):
    • Underwear
    • Pants
    • Tops
    • Socks
  • Diapers and wipes for needy families taking their new baby home (newborns to pull ups)
  • Knit baby hats or blankets for newborns
  • Knit baby hats or blankets for neonatal intensive care unit babies
  • New toys, books, and games for children in the pediatric or behavioral health inpatient unit and those seen in the emergency department
  • New toys for pediatric clinic patients to help ease their fear of a first-time shot
  • Personal care items for families dealing with end of life issues:
    • Note cards
    • Journals
    • Toiletries (hair products, toothbrushes, toothpaste, soap, body lotions)
    • Small pre-packaged nutritional snacks
  • New fleece blankets, capes and caps for cancer patients
  • Comfort food for cancer patients during treatments (such as cookies, muffins and scones)
  • Comfort items to brighten the day for cancer patients
  • Music CDs for cancer patient use during treatments 

For more information on making an in-kind donation, please call our office at
(920) 831-1475 or
sehf@affinityhealth.org. We are happy to assist you.

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