Dear Good Samaritan Home Friends and Family,
We appreciate the support and generosity you show us each and every year. This page has been created to display our most needed items for both our residents and our home. If you have any questions about making a donation, please contact Sarah Vahlkamp, Director of Development and Public Relations, at email@example.com. We are extremely grateful for your kindness which helps us continue to provide compassionate care to all of our residents.
Liquid Hand Soap
Liquid Body Wash
Perfume and Body Spray
Individually Packaged Combs and Picks
Clothing (New with tags ONLY please)
Men and Women's Undergarments
Men and Women's Socks
Men and Women's Pajamas: S-XXXL
Men's Shirts (Including Undershirts): S-XXXL
Women's Shirts: S-XXXL
Woman's Button-Up Sleep Dress: S-XXXL
Men, Women, or Unisex Sweatshirts: S-XXXL
Large Print Puzzle Books
Seasonal (FOR THE HOME and/or residents)
Small Gifts for Gift Baskets, Including New Jewelry
Furniture Sale Items
These items are only accepted for our annual furniture sale and will be sold in an auction to raise money for the Employee Assistance Fund. All items must be clean and cannot be broken. We also cannot accept electronics. Please contact Missy Loos, EAF President, before dropping off or donating any of the following items.
Headboards (NO MATTRESSES PLEASE)
Dining Room Tables and Chairs
Fund a Project
Festival of Lights Van Rides
Because of social distancing and group activity restrictions, Good Samaritan Home will be making multiple trips through the Festival of Lights this year. The cost per vehicles will be much greater due to the increased amount of trips, but we would still love to continue our tradition.
Total Funds Needed: Approximately $800
RESIDENT CHRISTMAS GIFTS
Good Samaritan Home is seeking funds to purchase gift baskets and gifts for each of our residents. With the current COVID-19 pandemic being especially hard on our residents, we are looking to make their Christmas as special as possible. We currently have approximately 170 residents and would like to provide each one with an individual present to be delivered on Christmas Day. Any contribution is welcome and greatly appreciated.
Total Funds Needed: Unrestricted
AccuVein - Vein Visualization System
Good Samaritan Home is seeking funds to purchase AccuVein Vein Visualization Systems for the nursing department. AccuVein introduces the latest in vein visualization by providing handheld vein illumination technology. "The AccuVein AV300 helps healthcare professionals locate veins for blood draw, IV infusion and blood donation by projecting a pattern of light on patient’s skin that reveals the position of underlying veins. This 10-ounce, hand-held device is available with a range of hands-free options so that it can quickly free the practitioner’s hands to perform the venipuncture." https://www.accuvein.com/uncategorized/patient-comfort-a-key-benefit-of-vein-visualization/
Total Funds Needed: $18,500
Crimping Tool - Press Tool
Good Samaritan Home is seeking funds to purchase a crimping tool for the maintenance department. A crimping tool will allow maintenance to more quickly join piping by eliminating traditional soldering and removing the need for a fire watch.
Total Funds Needed: $1,900