Mail all offline check donations payable to:

VALOR Clinic Foundation
PO Box 315
Brodheadsville, PA  18322

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Wish list for our Veterans and Homeless Veterans we Help

We need donated items to distribute at our upcoming Stand Down events.

Please check monthly as our immediate needs change from time to time.

  • Kid’s winter jackets
  • Jeans (men’s & women’s)
  • Underwear (new; men’s & women’s)
  • Socks (new; men’s & women’s)
  • Deodorant (men’s & women’s)
  • Disposable razors
  • Pop-Top canned fruit & vegetables
  • Pop-Top Dinte Moore
  • Fruit or vegetable juice
  • Tuna or Salmon cans/pouches
  • Peanut Butter (plastic jars)


  • Socks (men and women) NO dress socks
  • Underwear (new) (men and women)
  • Brown tarps
  • Back Packs
  • Flashlights / Batteries
  • Men’s & Women’s Boots / Sneakers (Men’s 9-12; Women’s 6-10)
  • T-Shirts 
  • Hoodies 
  • Sweatpants
  • Jeans (Men’s 30-44; Women’s 0-16)
  • Children’s Winter Coats (toddler to teens sizes)
  • Winter Coats (men’s & women’s)
  • Parka Coats and Rain Jackets

Women Specific Items:

  • Bras (new)
  • Feminine Hygiene products

Men’s & Women’s Hygiene Items

  • Soap/body wash
  • Shampoo
  • Toothpaste, toothbrush and floss
  • Combs & Brushes
  • Deodorant (men’s & women’s)
  • Foot powder
  • Nail care
  • Disposable razors


FOOD for homeless people requires special consideration.

First, they suffer from malnutrition. It should provide protein, vitamins and minerals.

Second they don’t have kitchens. It needs to be accessible without a can opener, and not need refrigeration AFTER opening.

REMEMBER, plastic cups will crush. Canned fruits and vegetables, canned (with pull tabs is helpful) meats like Dinty Moore, tuna or meat-based soups and peanut butter in plastic jars.

Here is an example of what to include in a bag of food:

  • 2 cans tuna or salmon
  • Small cans of fruit
  • Jar Peanut Butter
  • 3 cans meat-based soup with veggies
  • Can Dinty Moore Stew
  • 12 oz V8 fruit or vegetable juice

HYGIENE items are always important.

Think about access to facilities when you select items.

For example, hand sanitizers that don’t need water are important.

If you have other items you would like to donate to the organization, or questions about what we need or how you can help by donating your time or services, please call (570) 664-6468 (“Paul’s House” house phone) or e-mail Joanne at (Food Pantry Coordinator) or Michelle at (“Paul’s House” House Manager).

To learn more about our furniture program, please visit a ‘Hope For The Homeless’ sub-program Furniture and Household Goods.

Our Donors since June 2021

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stewart carrington

$178.88 3 December 2021
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Louise Bowman

$102.35 10 November 2021
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Jo Getz

$51.33 6 November 2021
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Megan Pierfy

$100.00 29 October 2021

In honor of Dan Napoletano. From HMS friends: Joe, John, Debra, Konstanze, Andrew, Heather, Courtney, Kaitlyn, Ian, Megan & Debbie C.

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Victoria Gagliardi

$51.33 25 October 2021
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$250.00 14 October 2021
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Bobby & Zina Pew

$51.33 10 October 2021

Thank you so much for helping my nephew; bringing him forward to life and future! Keep working!!!

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Stanley McFarland

$102.35 10 October 2021

Anyway to help I will do my best to keep you I my group of donations giving list as long as my health permits me to do so! I got friends… Read more

Anyway to help I will do my best to keep you I my group of donations giving list as long as my health permits me to do so! I got friends who can use this more than me who are veterans!

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Deborah Naus

$25.82 7 October 2021
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Danielle Doherty

$867.65 28 September 2021
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Stanley McFarland

$25.82 26 September 2021

Have lost two best friends in the marine Corp and swore to their kids I’d always give back!

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Bill Sharpe

$250.00 25 September 2021