Since 1994, we’ve worked to spread holiday magic to clients of Volunteers of America, Utah and The Road Home who are experiencing homelessness, mental illness, or addiction. Thank you for helping us serve Utah’s most vulnerable families.

We accept in-kind donations identified on our Top Needs List (PDF) and monetary donations. In-kind donations go directly to our clients. Monetary donations made online or by check give us the flexibility to purchase needed items and cover our low overhead expenses. At the end of each Candy Cane Corner season, we reserve a small amount start up the store the following year.

Your donation is tax deductible. A tax receipt will be available when you donate.

TOP NEEDS LIST

Download PDF

**All items must arrive new, unopened, and unwrapped, thank you!**

Gift Cards
$5, $10, $25 increments. Accepted cards include Wal-Mart, Target, Amazon, and Visa.

Children’s Toys
Must be new, unopened, and non-violent (ex. no swords, weapons).

Teen Hobby Items
Earbuds, jewelry, puzzles, arts & crafts, etc.

Diapers
Sizes 4, 5, 6.

Other goods
Full size blankets, food storage container sets.

Wrapping Materials
Wrapping paper, clear tape.

DROP OFF

December 2 is Fox 13’s donation drive. Drop off items between 7 AM and 7 PM at the Utah Symphony Utah Opera rehearsal space (336 N. 400 W., SLC) and the Maverick Center (3200 S Decker Lake Dr., West Valley City). 

Bring new and unwrapped toys, hobby items, food containers, blankets, and gift cards. Help make the season bright for kids and families served by The Road Home and Volunteers of America, Utah.

OTHER LOCATIONS

THE ROAD HOME
Men’s Resource Center
3380 S. 1000 W. South Salt Lake City, Utah
Daily between 8am and 7pm.

VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA, UTAH
Geraldine E. King Women’s Resource Center
131 E. 700 S. Salt Lake City, UT
BY RESERVATION ONLY. Sign up: bit.ly/GKRCdonations.

DONATE ONLINE OR BY MAIL

Make checks payable to “Candy Cane Corner” and mail them to:

The Road Home
Memo: Candy Cane Corner
1415 S. Main Street
Salt Lake City, UT 84115

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