We are currently in desperate need of linens for our shelters. By donating linens you are helping provide LifeMoves clients with the warmth and comfort of a good night’s sleep. For more information, View our Linen Flyer, or purchase items to be delivered directly to those in need at roonga.com/linens.
Donations can be delivered directly to our shelters throughout the Peninsula and Silicon Valley. Because our storage space is limited, please contact the location in advance and confirm that someone will be available to receive your donation. View our donation drop-off locations.
We are unable to accept furniture donations directly at each site. Please visit the Furniture Donation page for more information.
LifeMoves | Family Crossroads
50 Hillcrest Drive, Daly City, CA.
Phone: (650) 994-8169
View the First Step for Families Wish List
How to purchase items on the wish list:
1. Log into www.smile.amazon.com
2. Go to “Your List” on the menu
3. Click on “Find List or registry”
4. Type in “LifeMoves” and wish list will appear
Questions about the wish list? Email email@example.com
LifeMoves | First Step for Families
325 Villa Terrace, San Mateo, CA 94401 (map)
View the First Step for Families Wish List
LifeMoves | Vendome
415 E 2nd Avenue, San Mateo, CA 94401 (map)
Phone: (650) 340-6733
Donations Accepted: adult clothing, kitchen items, cleaning supplies, toiletries, linens and bedding, gift certificates
Drop-off Times: By appointment only. Please call ahead. Closed weekends.
LifeMoves | Redwood Family House
110 Locust Street, Redwood City, CA 94061 (map)
Phone: (650) 364-8264
View the Redwood Family House Wish List
LifeMoves | Maple Street Shelter
1580A Maple Street, Redwood City, CA 94063 (map)
Phone: (650) 364-1150
Drop-off Times: Every day 8am-7pm. Please call ahead for weekend drop-off.
View the Maple Street Shelter Wish List
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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