Wish List

Your gift of any amount will mean a lot to the residents of Craine House.

  • $30 will provide basic personal supplies for a woman who has just arrived at Craine House.
  • $60 will provide a month’s bus pass allowing a woman to have transportation to and from work.
  • $100 will provide a complete layette set for a new baby.
  • $120 will provide diapers, wipes and other needs for a new baby.
  • $225 will provide a new baby crib with crib mattress and crib sheets.

Craine House depends on the generosity of our community to meet the needs of the women and children we serve. Following is a list of items we frequently need:

Please note that we can accept only new bedding and towels.

Children’s Supplies
Disposable diapers (all sizes)
Baby wipes
Learning materials
Car seats for ages NB-8
Crib and toddler bedding (new)
Baby monitors
Hygiene Items
Umbrella strollers

Kitchen Items
Dish towels
Plastic dinnerware
Plastic storage containers

Bathroom Items
Wash cloths (new)
Bath towels (new)
Toilet tissue
Hygiene Items
Baby baths

Bedroom Items
Alarm clocks
Twin size sheet sets (new)
Comforters (new)
Mattress covers (new)
Pillows (new)

First Aid Supplies
Antibiotic ointments
Rubber gloves
Hand sanitizer

Cleaning Supplies
Paper towels
Trash bags
Dish soap
Laundry soap
Cleaning brushes
Multi-Surface cleaner
Magic erasers

Special Request
Bus passes
Gift cards
Digital camera
Maintenance and yard work assistance
Technology assistance
Non perishable food items
Office supplies

Donations can be made online or arranged by phone at 317-925-2833.

Additionally, Craine House needs specific donations to help furnish our new wing to be opening soon. Some of these items are:
Please note that we can accept only new bedding and towels.

Children’s Needs
Toddler beds
Baby beds/cribs
Baby bed mattresses
Crib and toddler bedding

Bathroom Items
White washcloths
White hand towels
White bath towels
Toilet tissue

Bedroom Items
Micro-fleece blankets
White twin sheet sets
Mattress covers
Waterproof mattress covers
Tubular hangers

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