LifeMoves is formerly InnVision Shelter Network

Donate a Holiday Dinner Basket

Festive dinner basket donations ensure that every local homeless family and individual will be able to enjoy a holiday meal

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Please consider our Adopt-a-Family or Adopt-an-Individual for Holiday Gifts program

We are still in great need of adopting families and individuals for this holiday season. You can make a difference by granting a family’s or individual’s holiday wishes!

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Drop off Dates for November Dinner Baskets are Monday November 20th and Tuesday November 21st
Drop off dates for December Dinner Baskets are Monday December 18th and Tuesday December 19th

Make our clients feel special this season by donating a gift card or providing a fully stocked basket to an individual or family at one of our sites!

Donate a gift card (suggested value $50) for a local grocery store
  • Safeway
  • Lucky’s
  • Nob Hill Foods
  • Trader Joe’s

Make your gift card extra special by packaging it up in holiday gift wrap!


Produce a fully stocked basket to an individual or a family (suggested total value $50)
  • Gift card (valued at $15-$20) to purchase turkey and other perishable items
  • Canned goods
  • Cans of veggies
  • Cans of yams
  • Cans of gravy
  • Cans of cranberries
  • Food ingredients (not requiring refrigeration)
  • Sack of potatoes
  • Dinner rolls
  • Stuffing
  • Apple cider or other non-alcoholic beverages
  • Dishware, decor, and cooking supplies
  • Holiday napkins
  • Aluminum roasting pan
  • Plastic containers and bags for leftovers
  • Dinner basket: any durable basket or plastic storage containers

Plates, napkins, decorations and other non-food related items are also welcome with your dinner basket gift!

Please Do NOT Include:
  • Turkeys (fresh or frozen)
  • Pies (fresh or frozen)
  • Perishable items that must be refrigerated
  • Alcoholic beverages or alcohol-related items
  • Excessive amounts of desserts or sweets

A member of our staff will contact you with specific details once you have signed up.

Questions? Email

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Don’t Miss Out!

The main ballroom is now at maximum capacity but you can still enjoy the program!

Please join us in the adjacent ballroom to mingle with other LifeMoves supporters, enjoy breakfast and watch the event in its entirety on a large screen.

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