Give In-Kind

The Y graciously receives gifts-in-kind (non-monetary items of tangible personal property) when such assets or materials can be put to good use in our programs. 

The following wish list identifies specific needs that may be contributed from existing treasures or purchased specifically for the Y. 

If you have property for a gift-in-kind or would like to make a donation of a wish list item, please contact Jeff Gleason at (603) 642-3361 or by email at

Baseball / Softball Gloves - Our sports program is limited in these activities by the lack of gloves and the cost associated with outfitting a team

Bicycles - BMX and mountain bikes (20) are needed for the new BMX track and for Adventure Camp

Camp radio station - Camp is seeking equipment to have a camper led radio station that can have music and news piped directly into each cabin during Siesta and designated times.

Camp Stoves - Two burner propane camping stoves (2) are needed for the adventure camp

Costumes - Skits and crazy drama props are needed for summer camp and the year round camp programs

Flag pole - A flag pole is needed in each village (3)

Handheld radios / Walkie-talkies - Staff around camp communicate via radios and additional equipment will replace the older models

Hand tools - Woodworking camp is very popular and the program is seeking to expand to the traditional camp

Kayaks / Canoes - New and nearly new canoes, kayaks, paddles and flotation devices are needed for the continued growth of the boating program 

LCD Projector - A projector is needed to show Power Point presentations for staff training and camper led projects

Lumber - Thousands of board feet of lumber is needed for a variety of camp projects and for woodworking camp. 

Pottery wheels - The pottery program is very popular and is in need of additional wheels

Power tools - A host of projects are completed by volunteers, and power tools and building equipment is needed

Ski boat - You never know unless you ask. A water ski boat would create new programming and new camps for older campers.

Storage sheds - Four wooden 8" X 10" or larger storage sheds are needed to store equipment in each program area

Vehicle - A gently used vehicle is needed for the staff to run errands and visit after school programs.

War Canoes - A war canoe is much larger than a regular canoe (seats 10-14 campers) and is a great way to work together as a team

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