The Stepping Stones Emergency Shelter creates a safe and nurturing environment for families seeking to live free from family violence.
However, we don’t support this mission alone.
Many active community individuals, groups and organizations who believe in making a difference in the community have joined with us.
Thank you for your interest and helping us meet the needs of those we serve!
Please contact Cori at 928.772.4184 or hope@SteppingStonesAZ.org for more information.
$10 – $15 Walmart gift cards. This ensures that, no matter what situation the woman and her children are in when they enter our shelter, they can get exactly what they need to feel safe, comfortable and at home.
New, unopened hygiene products, such as brushes, combs, soaps, shampoo/conditioner, lotions.
New pajamas, robes, slippers – all sizes for women, and boys & girls newborn & up.
- New Sweat Suits – All sizes!
- Disposable Diapers
- Car & Booster Seats
- New Crib Sheets/Pads
- New Pajamas
- New Baby Bottles
- Baby Wipes
- Unopened Children’s Hygiene Products
- Art Supplies
The shelter grocery shoppers can make your gift of a Department Store Gift Card or Grocery Gift Card go a LONG way!
This allows the women and children that come to us with NOTHING to purchase items to meet immediate daily essential needs like specialty or dietary food items, haircuts, prescription refills, or special clothing needs they cannot meet at our clothing outlet.
Stepping Stones Emergency Shelter is just like your home. Anything that you and your family use on a daily basis is also necessary for the 25 women and children living in the shelter.
- Bath Towels and Wash Cloths (new)
- Plastic Food Storage Bags and Containers
- Trash Bags
- Paper Products – Paper Towels, Toilet Paper
- Laundry Soap and Dishwasher Detergent
- Cleaning Products
- Bed Pillows (new)
- Twin Sheet Sets and Pillow Cases (new)
- Shower Curtains (new)
- Curling Irons
- Gift Cards (grocery, Walmart, etc.)
- Movie Passes
- Any Non-Perishable, Unopened Food Items
Stepping Stones provides three meals and two snacks every day to residents of our shelter. In the past 12 months, this has equaled 20,800+ meals and 13,800+ snacks.
*All foods must be unopened, and we strive to keep as few products with sugar in them at the shelter as we can.
- Fruit Juices
- Canned Fruit and Cereals
- Coffee / Creamer
- Any Non-Perishables
For details on our cell phone and ink cartridge recycling program, click here.