Donate To RISE

HOLIDAY ANNOUNCEMENT:  From December 1, 2017-January 1, 2018, Rise will NOT be accepting used clothing or household goods as donations. During the holiday season, only new gift items, or non-perishable food items are accepted, due to limited storage space. 
 
Rise accepts some donations of clothing and household goods, as practical items are very useful when our clients are establishing new households. Donations are accepted Tuesdays and Thursdays between business hours of 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. at the Rise administration office located at 1201 E. Main Street across from U.E. High School in Endicott, NY. Please ring the front doorbell when you arrive at the building. For security reasons, we are not able to accept donations left on the porch unattended and they will be discarded.  Please call 748-7453 with any questions.

 

 Fall 2017 Wish List: Urgent Needs
 Calculators
 Strollers
 Gently used sneakers for women and kids
 diapers/pull ups in sizes 4-6, baby wipes
 Underwear and socks for all ages and sexes
 Pajamas 
 Bras
 Shampoo and conditioner, hairbrushes, hair gel

 Makeup: foundation, mascara, eyeliner, eye shadow


 

 Items We Always Need  Clothing and Shoe Donations  Items We Cannot Accept

Pots and pans in serviceable condition

  Stuffed toys

Dishes (please, no holiday dishware)

Please limit clothing and shoe donations to the current season.  Clothing should be in good condition and not outdated, with no stains or rips.   Books and magazines

Silverware

 We don't generally need evening wear.  Undergarments must be new. Furniture

Cooking items and utensils

  Opened or outdated food
Small kitchen appliances: toasters, toaster ovens, small microwaves, coffemakers Shoes should be for "everyday" wear- please no dress shoes.  We also ask that shoes are in good condition and not in need of repair. Open or used makeup or personal items

Sheets (all sizes)

  Home decor

Towels

  Used pillows

Cleaning supplies (unopened)

  Crib bumper pads

Shower curtains and bathmats (new only)

  Pet items

Personal hygiene products (unopened)

  Holiday items

Non-perishable food (unopened & within use date)

  Wine glasses

Pocket planners and notebooks

  Travel mugs or water bottles 
 

 

You can also support us when shopping on AmazonSmile.  AmazonSmile is a website operated by Amazon with the same products, prices and shopping features as Amazon.com.  The only difference is that AmazonSmile donates .5% of your purchase price to Rise.  Search for Rise-NY.  We also have an Amazon wishlist.

If you would like to make a specific donation to Rise or in memory or in honor of someone, simply fill in the information in the "Additional Comments" box. Then click the "Make A donation" button at the bottom and input your payment information. Your donation will show as the SOS Shelter Inc, our corporate name.

 

Note: Rise uses PayPal to accept online donations. It is a safe and secure way to make any online financial transactions. You can use an existing PayPal account, create a new one, or just make a donation without creating an account.


Make a Donation Online

Make a Donation by Check

Donations by check may be sent to: P.O. Box 393, Endicott NY 13761.

Residential Program

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What is domestic violence?

Domestic Violence is a pattern of coercive behavior. This pattern can include abuse of various sorts of one family member by another including:

Perpetrators of domestic violence have a goal to establish and maintain power and control over their partners and/or other family members.

This violence affects people in every racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic group and includes people of all ages who have lived together or who have had an intimate relationship.

Domestic violence often escalates in severity and frequency over time and can have serious health and psychological ramifications.

How can you learn more?

Representatives from Rise are available to speak to community organizations about domestic violence and our services.

For more information, call 6O7.748.7453.

For additional information: www.opdv.ny.gov/whatisdv