Give the Gift of Life After Homelessness
Your generous gift allows us to provide housing and support to homeless individuals across Baltimore. As such, we want to be sure you are donating in a way that means the most to you. This page has several ways you can contribute.
Thank you for your compassion and care!
Baltimore's homeless population needs your help. To make a donation, please click the DONATE button and complete the form. Or use the QR Code below from your phone.
Consider a recurring monthly donation or annual donation so Project PLASE can continue serving Baltimore's Most Vulnerable.
As we prepare to begin our renovation project - we will be downsizing our intake of specific items until storage space has been established at our temporary location. We will cease to accept furniture and summer clothing until further notice.
We accept donations at our 3601 Old Frederick Road location. To schedule a drop-off time, please call 410-837-1400 x 121 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with a description of your donation and your requested date/time.
We accept donations Monday - Friday, from 9 am to 4:30 pm.
If it is a furniture donation, we regret that we rarely have the personnel and vehicle available to pick-up furniture. We accept all delivered furniture donations.
Items we cannot accept
Due to health or safety reasons, there are some items we are not able to accept.
- Used Mattresses or Box Springs
- Wooden Bed Frames
- Stained or Torn Sheets or Clothes
- Car Seats
- Dented, Rusted, or Expired Food
- Opened food, lotions, etc.
- Stuffed Animals
- Personal decorations (vases, pictures, etc)
Featured Way to Give
Have you been wanting to rid yourself of your old car? Make it matter by donating it to Project PLASE! Call 1-866-628-CARS or complete the online form.
Step 1: Call or Complete the Online Form
Step 2: Arrange your Free Pick-Up
Step 3: PLASE Receives the Funds
Step 4: Claim your Tax Deduction
Lead a Workshop or Provide a Service
We are always looking for individuals or groups to lead a workshop or training for our clients. These workshops are intended to improve client morale and educate them to help them become more financially and medically independent. Potential topics include, but are not limited to:
- Art Workshop
- Job Interview or Resume Writing Training
- Mental Well-Being Workshop
- Job Readiness Training
- Tax Help
- Legal Aid