Do Good By Donating Goods & Funds
The easiest way to help is to donate new and/or your gently used clothing (baby, toddler, youth) toys, books, gear, furniture, and other related items. There are two ways to do this:
Donate directly to Hopes Closet of Santa Cruz
Donate through Jelli Beanz via their
"trade for credit" program
Items can be dropped off at Jelli Beanz during regular business hours. For hours of operation call 831-462-6700 or go to
Upon request, we will provide you with a receipt for your donated items for tax purposes.
We appreciate your consideration for the families we serve and the dignity and self-worth that is so very important to the children who benefit from your generosity.
Important Note: We accept new and gently used items in good condition. Please make sure clothes and linens have been recently washed are not torn or stained. Equipment, toys, puzzles and furniture must be in working condition with no missing pieces or parts.
The clothes and other items you donate will be given to families through the Bundles of Hope Program. Those items we are not able to distribute due to over-stock or demand, , may be offered at one of HCSC's rummage sales in support of ongoing center services. Thank you again for your support!
Join the HCSC Society!
For as little as $10 a month, you can make a significant difference in the life of a disadvantaged child. Become a member of our Giving Society at a level that is convenient and comfortable for you.
Monthly Miracle Makers "M&Ms" - $120+ annually
$10 a month helps provide clothes for a week to 20 children annually in our community
Bundles of Hope Club - $240+ annually
$20 a month supports 40 children
Director's Circle - $500+ annually
$42 a month supports 84 children
President's Circle - $1,000+ annually
$84 a month supports 168 children
Founder's Society - $5,000+
Donors who's comulative lifetime giving to HCSC exceeds $5,000
It's simple, click on the DONATE button above. In a few simple steps you will be helping to make a positive impact on the future of children in our community.