We do not publicly advertise for donations. However, food, clothing, blankets, coats, hats, coats, gloves, bicycles, stuffed animals, toys, and funds are welcomed, and are an integral part of being able to feed, clothe, and minister to the poor.
We are always in need of men's clothes, socks, underwear, as well as bedding items like sheets, pillow cases, blankets, and pillows. Used clothing is fine as long as it's in good, clean, and dry condition. Men's and women's toiletry items like toothpaste, tooth brushes, floss, soap, shampoo, and personal hygiene needs are especially in demand.
We are all unpaid volunteers: therefore 100% OF ALL donations goes to the cost of ministering to the poor, needy, destitute, impoverished, and less fortunate members of society. Officers and members of the ministry do not receive salary or payment for any services or administration. Any such monies collected is used to purchase only those items necessary to minister to the poor, maintain equipment, utilities, rent, repairs, fuel, and so on.
To send monetary donations, please make checks out to New Covenant Ministries and give or mail to:
New Covenant Ministries
c/o Rev. Thomas and Nancy Williams
206 Parker Avenue
Woodlynne , NJ 08107
The New Covenant Ministry is a 501-(c)(3) non-profit ministry and all monetary donations are tax deductible. For more information about making a monetary donation, please feel free to contact Tommy and Nancy Williams at 856-962-8249 or 856-287-3681.
For clothing, toy, bicycle, and other donations: please drop them off at the ministry location at 601 Chapel Avenue West, Cherry Hill, NJ, 08002 if possible between 9:30 and 10 a.m. on Saturday mornings (not including July or August) and Thursday evenings between 7 and 8 p.m. at the basement doors. If no one is there, please secure donations (especially clothing) in strong, well-tied plastic bags so they don't get wet in the weather and place them next to the basement doors.
Please do not "overload" plastic bags... if you can hardly lift them, neither can we. Also, please protect other donations from weather such as toys, small household items (microwaves, utensils, etc.,) with plastic or tarps. All items must be in good and usable condition. Clothing should be "in season" except for coats, hats, gloves, shoes, and boots, which we save throughout the year for winter time.
Please do not allow non-perishable items to freeze in winter, or perishable items to spoil. Please use the "Contact Us" link in the side bar and arrange to meet with a ministry representative to transfer food items to proper storage if needed.
NOTE: All donated computers must be "wiped clean" of any personal information. Please do not bring us any computers where there is a possibility of someone who knows how to hack and read the hard drive or any stored files. WE ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY INFORMATION LEFT ON YOUR COMPUTER PRODUCTS. IF IN DOUBT, AND YOU DO NOT KNOW HOW TO CLEAN YOUR COMPUTER OF SUCH INFORMATION, PLEASE DISPOSE OF YOUR COMPUTER AT YOUR CITY'S WASTE DISPOSAL FACILITY. WE REGRET THAT WE CAN NOT CLEAN YOUR SYSTEM FOR YOU.
NOTE: we regret that we can no long accept large household items such as refrigerators, freezers, furniture, dressers, giant tube televisions, and other heavy appliances, as they are usually too heavy and bulky for us to move. However, if you have a truck and the manpower, feel free to join up with our convoy and take them out yourself to give them away during the street ministry time; but you must be responsible for them. Otherwise, places like Amvets, Goodwill, Salvation Army, Purple Heart, and 800-got-junk (800-468-5865) can dispose of them for you and they will still get to people in need.
DISCLAIMER: New Covenant Ministries, Inc., its officers, volunteers, family members, or assigns, or heirs, assumes no liabilities for donations, nor makes any warranties or representations, express or implied, as to the actual value of donated non-cash items, or to the final disposition of such effects. All non-cash values are declared to be “estimated fair market value” by the donator who was in possession and legal ownership of the property at the time of donation. Please use a check or money order for monetary donations if you would like a tax receipt. The tax donation document is not a substitute for legal or tax advice. Always consult a tax attorney, accountant, the Internal Revenue Service, or other qualified professional concerning such matters. New Covenant Ministries, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, charitable and religious organization that distributes all donations without regard to race, creed, color, sex, national origin, religion, age, ancestry, political affiliation, armed forces, liability, physical handicap, social or economic status, or marital status.
If you would like to join us in this ministry, please use the "Contact Us" link button in the side bar for email and phone information.