Wish List

The Greater Seacoast Community Health Wish List

You can make a big difference to a fellow Seacoast neighbor by donating even a small item on our Wish List (see below). At this time, our storage space is very limited, so gift cards are most helpful. All donations go to help community members in need. Thank you in advance on behalf of the clients at our community health centers in New Hampshire.

Making the Donation to Our NH Health Centers

To donate items, please email Lisa Zhe or call (603) 422-8208 ext. 3311 to set up a time to drop off your donation. We cannot accept used clothing. If you have clothing to donate, please consider contacting The Fabulous Find, Operation Blessing, Salvation Army or Goodwill.

What We Need at Greater Seacoast Community Health

Our staff works directly with clients to discern their needs and provide assistance, but only with your help. Gift cards allow us to meet our clients’ personal needs and remove barriers to living a healthy life. (Please keep the activation receipts with all gift cards.)

  • $10 pharmacy cards, for medications or prenatal vitamins
  • $10 gas cards, to get to medical appointments
  • $10 fast food restaurant gift cards for a warm meal
  • $20 Wal-Mart cards
  • $25 grocery cards, for food and formula
  • $25 Amazon cards, for necessities for people with limited transportation
  • Gift cards for Lyft and Uber – to help patients get to social service or medical specialty appointments
  • Phone cards to schedule appointments with medical specialists
  • Phones that can have prepaid phone cards added
  • Sweatpants/sweatshirts (new, in package, all men’s/women’s sizes)
  • Backpacks
  • Camping supplies – tents or backpacks (new or gently used), can openers (new)
  • Body wipes, travel size
  • Caterpillar style sleeping bags with attached hood
  • Fingernail clippers
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Please Understand …

We are experiencing continued staffing shortages and adjusting to a recent upgrade to our technology to serve you better. This may affect wait times and access to some services. Please be patient and kind with our staff, both on our phones and in our centers. We are doing our very best to serve you. Thank you.