We rely on community support to advance our mission of aiding people experiencing homelessness and assisting others to stay stably housed. Our support primarily stems from donations generously provided by community members, religious congregations, and civic organizations. We welcome both financial contributions and in-kind donations. We express immense gratitude for all support received!

A Latina women holding a box that days donate. Cash donations helps Arundel house of hope provide essential services to the homeless.

Financial Donations

Arundel House of Hope is a 510(c)3 nonprofit organization. Donations are tax-deductible, and a receipt will be provided for tax purposes.

Financial donations can be made securely online:

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Donations can also be made by check and mailed to Arundel House of Hope: 7164 E. Furnace Branch Rd, Suite A, Glen Burnie, Md 21060

Wish List

Please visit our wish list on Amazon! Items can be mailed directly to us by Amazon. Please email if you have questions or need more information.

Donation Drives

The following items are generally appreciated on a regular basis and are great choices for donation drives. Please feel free to email us at for more guidance on planning a donation drive.

  • deodorant
  • bars of soap
  • feminine hygiene products
  • laundry pods and dryer sheets
  • paper towels
  • toilet paper
  • twin size blankets (in winter)
  • warm hats, gloves, socks (in winter)

Clothes & Household Items

We accept small quantities of basic clothing, such as t-shirts, jeans, sweatpants, shorts, underwear, and sock. We accept both new and used items. Clothing can be donated at the Resource and Day Center during normal business hours; no appointment is necessary. We also accept home goods and household items but have limited storage space. Please email to inquire whether we can accept furniture, home goods, and other bulky or large items before making a donation.

Group Projects: Furnish a Home

Are you looking for a group service project for your congregation or organization? The Micah 6 Project furnishes homes for individuals moving into housing after experiencing homelessness. Needs include kitchen starter sets, cleaning kits, pantry staples, children’s items, and furniture. If your group wants to furnish a home, please send an email to the Micah 6 director, Niki O’Herlihy, at to learn about current needs and plan your service project.

7164 East Furnace Branch Rd.

Suite A

Glen Burnie, Md 21060