Help Us, Help a Friend in Need: Liberty House Needs Wishlist

Liberty House Needs Wishlist

Liberty House assists both MEN and WOMEN through it’s food pantry and clothing closet. Help us, help a friend in need by hosting a food or clothing drive, donating your spring cleaning finds or dropping off those extra non-perishables in your pantry. Check out the Liberty House Needs Wishlist list below for our most needed items.

March Wishlist

February Wishlist

January Wishlist

November/December Wishlist

Please print and spread the word by posting the Wishlist on Facebook or sharing it via Twitter. This wishlist is updated monthly to reflect the most pressing needs of our veterans and veteran homeless, so don’t forget to check back each month. Questions? Contact Jennifer or Bill at (603) 669-0761 or by email.

We are ALWAYS in need of the below items:

  • Canned tuna and chicken
  • Canned ravioli
  • Bicycles
  • Mens workboot’s
  • Sneakers
  • Tents & Tarps
  • Sleeping bags
  • Full size shampoo and conditioner

Drop Off

Any food or clothing can be dropped off at Liberty House, 75 W. Baker Street in Manchester between the hours of 9am and 5pm Monday through Friday. When dropping donations off outside normal business hours please contact a staff member beforehand. If you need a receipt please let us know!

Help, Friends, Homeless, Liberty House Needs Wishlist

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