What Emergency Services Provides:

  • Financial assistance to prevent evictions and utility shut-offs
  • A listening ear
  • Referrals to partner agencies
  • Vouchers to Deseret Industries
  • Bus tickets for emergencies
  • Toilet paper, laundry soap, hygiene packs, baby cupboard items, emergency feeding bags, no cook bags
  • Registration for the Food Bank

What items are most needed?

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  • Monetary funds to keep families in their homes with the utilities on Donate Now 
  • Sanitary supplies (sanitary pads and tampons)
  • Baby cupboard items, especially size 4,5, and 6 diapers
  • Wet wipes (bulk preferred)
  • Hygiene supplies (travel and full sized)
  • Shampoo
  • Toothbrush
  • Tooth paste
  • Deodorant
  • Floss
  • Razor
  • Soap
  • Laundry detergent
  • Toilet paper
  • Bus tickets
  • New clothing

What can you not accept?

Only new clothing is accepted.  No used baby or toddler items such as car seats or strollers.


How do I drop off my donation?

When donating, please park in the yellow loading zone on 33rd Avenue NE, at the south end of the North Helpline building. If you need help unloading your donation, walk up the short driveway to the double doors, and either open the door or ring the bell. Someone from the Warehouse or Office will be able to assist you.

It is crucial to North Helpline, the Low Income Housing Institute, and McDermott Place that the driveway is always left open and clear. Please do not park in or block this driveway, or we will need to ask you to move before unloading. Thank you for your understanding!


When can I drop off my donation?

Make a donation to North Helpline

North Helpline’s Warehouse is open Tuesday through Saturday:

Tuesday – Friday 9 am – 4 pm
Saturday 9 am – 1 pm