Donate Gifts in Kind

Does donating to a local, worthwhile organization sound like the right idea? You’ve found the right place!

(Please note all items must be in new to excellent condition.)

What is the donation process?

• To schedule a pick-up, call 847-731-5708 between 9 am and 4 pm weekdays or e-mail info@nri1953.org

Prior to scheduling the pick-up date you will be asked to e-mail us a list as well as photographs of the items to be picked up.

• We request a minimum of 10 business days to schedule a pick-up, but we will try to accommodate a shorter schedule.

• Donation receipts (for tax records) will be given to donors upon pick-up of donation.

• Donations of furniture or other large items must be pre-arranged via email at donate@nri1953.org or by calling 847-872-1700 (ask for Development).

Why donate to NorthPointe?

  • You are helping a very worthy cause.
  • Your donations are much needed.
  • You are helping a local charity that serves Lake and Cook Counties.
  • Your donation is tax deductible.

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What can we use?

• “Very Gently Used ” newer styled furniture
from just about any room in a home.

• Soft goods for the home: twin and full-size
linens, comforters and blankets, pillows,
rugs, towels, etc., (sorry, no mattresses) and
clothing in excellent condition.

• Electrical items: flat-screen TVs, radios,
kitchen appliances, washers, dryers, and
computers (must be in good working
condition, and less than five years old).

• Is your company moving or redecorating?
We can pick up the office furniture, file
cabinets, equipment, electronics and/or
supplies you no longer need and put it
to good use at the Killian Center.

 

 

The Killian Center Wish List:

• Office furniture (bookcases, desks, etc.)
• Filing cabinets and bookcases (all sizes)
• Office chairs
• Bulletin boards
• Flat screen monitors
• Working computers (less than 4yrs old)
• Working laptops (less than 4yrs old)
• Key boards
• Art Supplies (for Art Therapy Program)
• Wheelchair Scale
• Office supplies (binders, folders, pens, etc.)

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The Residential Homes Wish List:

Top of the list: Patio table & chairs

Other needs include:
• Bath towels, hand towels and wash cloths
• Dish towels
• Shower curtains; decorative and liners
• Non-slip bath mat
• Silverware – especially spoons
• Blender, crock pots, food processors
• Pots and pans, cookie sheets, etc.
• Food storage containers
• Bed sheets – twin, twin X-Long, Double
• Bed linens
• Twin beds
• Bedroom furniture (chests, night stands, etc.)
• Vacuums
• VHS/DVD combo players
• Sturdy chairs and small tables
• Sofa’s, love seats and armchairs
• Recliners, coffee tables, end tables
• Leather furniture
• Mailboxes (on post for curb side)

The Residential Program

Our residential program is community based with homes and apartments located throughout Lake County.

Homes

Individuals enjoy community living in one of our 17 residential homes. The homes provide adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities a supportive 24/7 living arrangement.

Apartments

NorthPointe offers support services for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities and mental illness who live independently in the community either alone or with a roommate.

The Killian Center

Located in Lake County, the center provides a variety of day programs which includes classes, job training and community employment. The Killian Center is also where administrative services are located.

Once accepted, items that cannot be used will be donated
to another not-for-profit organization or sold. If sold, 100%
of proceeds will provide much-needed support services
for people with disabilities and mental illness.

 

Urgent Needs include:

Seasonal Clothing

Womens (sizes Small through 3X)

  • Slacks
  • Blouses
  • Sweaters
  • Jackets and coats
  • Undergarments
  • Shoes (size 6 through 10)

Mens (sizes Small through 3x)

  • Slacks
  • Sweatshirts
  • Sweaters
  • Jackets and coats
  • Undergarments
  • Shoes (size 9 through 13)