Shower in a Bag
This gift will provide a new mother a baby bag filled with bibs, baby blankets, pacifiers, wash cloths, teething rings, and a teddy bear, among other miscellaneous necessities.
This gift will provide funding to take children living in NYC shelters on fun and educational day trips.
Movie night for mom
One relaxing night off
This gift will provide a night out to the movies for moms living in a NYC shelter.
This gift will provide a nutritious, balanced dinner for a family of four living in a NYC shelter. The dinner will serve as an incentive for the children to consistently attend after school homework help.
Clothes for DV survior
This gift will provide emergency wardrobes for children who have ended up in shelters on short notice as a result of domestic violence.
Back to school
Backpack with supplies
This gift will provide a new backpack filled with back to school supplies for one child living in a NYC shelter.
Arts & Crafts
Supplies for events
This gift will provide art & craft supplies for two children at HOG events and/or outings.
Summer camp tuition
This gift will provide tuition for a child living in an NYC shelter to attend summer camp. Summer camp allows the children to garner important social, creative, and educational experiences. We apply for scholarships and pay the remaining tuition so the children may attend a camp of their choice.
Coats for Christmas
Buys child winter coat
This gift will provide a a warm coat, hat, scarf, and gloves for a child living in a New York City shelter.
Move Out Package
Sets up new homes
The Move Out Package will help provide furniture, linens and housewares to ensure that when families move out of the shelter and into their own place, their house feels like a home.
Emergency food needs
The Milk Money gift provides emergency funding to buy food and drinks for moms and children living in the shelter.
Make a Memory
Fund shelter events
Your donation would go directly to the purchase of games, toys, arts and crafts, bead sets, jewelry kits, and other activities for children living in a NYC shelter.