When you are shopping Amazon you can help support New Hope at the same time if you choose when you order.  You can choose New Hope as the recipient of a donation from Amazon. Now, we can make that even easier for you to do; simply go to our designated website to order, and it will happen automatically:

So please help us whenever you shop on Amazon.

Download form, complete, print and bring to the office.


Volunteer Application

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Now you can look up our wish list by going to your amazon account...find "your Account and Lists" in the blue banner at the top and click on the small down arrow that will bring up 2 columns labeled "Your Lists" on the right and "Your Account" on the left.  Go to the "Your Lists" column and click on "Find a List or Registry".  For the name enter "New Hope Resource Center" and our list pops up. Click on wish list and select the items you are willing to purchase.  This will give you the option of donating the items we most need.  Your purchases will come directly to our center.



1.  Some options are open only to "Prime" customers, who may also order other "Prime Exclusive" items not on the list by entering New Hope Resource Center's address as one of their send to addresses and using that at the time of checkout.  (New Hope Resource Center, 4211 E. Colbert Rd, Colbert, WA 99005-0218.

2.  "Add On" items may be purchased to raise an order's total above $25 and thus qualify for free shipping on most orders.


Now start shopping! 

See the article at this website to see why you should volunteer and then come back here and see how you can volunteer at New Hope.

How to volunteer as a Senior.


Donate Your Time For:

Service to Seniors

  • Transportation (transport to appointments, grocery store, etc.)

We have many seniors who are unable to drive, who have no friends or relatives to help, yet who must travel for medical appointments, food shopping, and other periodic appointments. We will match you a senior based on your availability.


  • Chore Services (house cleaning, laundry, yard work, snow shoveling)

Many seniors are able to live in their own homes yet are physically unable to attend to some of the normal day to day activities required of a home owner. Chore volunteers can help a senior to stay independent, live in a familiar and comfortable environment, and avoid the cost of assisted living.


  • Handyman (home repair)

  • Errands (pick up groceries, prescriptions, etc.)

  • Automotive help/Advice

  • Respite Caregivers

  • Hair care/personal hygiene

  • Computer advice

  • Translators

Office Help

  • Needs assessment

  • Interviewing and screening

  • Translation services (arrange for translators for clients)

  • Clothing bank volunteer

  • Answer phones

Food Bank Garden

  • Be a volunteer gardener and grow vegetables in the NHRC garden

  • Donate seeds or plants to the garden

  • Donate cash for support of the garden

We Are Thankful

  • A volunteer has taught a free ballet class to children of clients

  • A volunteer helps clients with social security paperwork

  • A volunteer repairs donated bicycles to be given to children of clients

  • Some churches donate food baskets or food gift certificates during the holidays

  • RSVP knits and donates hats, scarves, mittens

  • Individuals knit and donate hats, scarves, mittens

  • Sewing groups have donated quilts

  • Children’s church groups have donated decorated jars of cookies, soup, muffin mixes

  • Schools and churches have held blanket drives for New Hope

  • St Joseph provides coats for kids and adults

Clothing Bank

We are always in need of children's clothing from toddler size on up.

  • Clothes for men, women and children

  • Shoes for men, women and children

  • Baby clothing and shoes

Household Necessities

  • Diapers

  • Baby Wipes

  • Feminine Hygiene Products

  • Paper Towels

  • Kleenex

  • Toilet paper

  • Toothpaste

  • Toothbrush

  • Dental floss

  • Denture cleaner

  • Shampoo

  • Conditioner

  • Bar soap

  • Depends

  • Bladder pads

  • Shower Gel

  • Hand Lotion

  • Liquid hand soap

  • Razors

  • Shaving Cream

  • Dish soap

  • Light bulbs

  • Adhesive Bandages

  • Laundry Detergent

  • Fabric Softener

  • Cotton balls

  • Q-Tips

  • Hearing aid batteries

  • Dog food

  • Cat food

Household Items

  • Dishes

  • Flatware

  • Small Appliances in good working condition

  • Toys


  • Shopping bags to repackage necessities

  • Firewood

  • School Supplies

  • Musical Instruments to loan to school children