The Wish Project, Inc.

Rating: 5 stars   10 reviews

Issues: Homeless & Housing, Human Services, Philanthropy

Location: 1A Foundry St. Lowell MA 01854 USA

Mission: Our mission is to provide basic home and baby goods to recently homeless families and other needy clients in order to facilitate their permanent sustainability while improving our environment by reducing waste in landfills.
Results: More than $1million in value of free clothing, furniture, appliances and baby gear given out to people in need. More than 65 percent of clients are children.
Target demographics: 27,000 clients of all ages in need in Merrimack Vally, MA
Programs: Furniture, baby gear, clothing as well as the Magic of Christmas, Backpack Attack for kids, Emergency Food Boxes and Mother's day bags for the homeless.
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EIN 20-3249145
978-441-9474
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Rating: 5 stars  

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I was a fan of the work being done by the volunteers at The Wish Project already; recently, through the DJ who did their Nov. 1st fundraiser, I found out that some of the folks involved are friends-of-friends! After looking at the website and the current wish list today, I am on a mission to go through my house and gather donatable items. See you next Saturday morning at the donation drop-off. It is wonderful to be able to support an organization that is acting locally and making a difference within the community. Thank you, The Wish Project team, for your labor of love and your time and expertise in making this happen.

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