Donations & Needs
As we ready our community to welcome more refugees to the Quad Cities, donating items is an immediate, tangible way to make a difference. Your donations are so important and appreciated!
Call (309) 764-2279 or email Mursal at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a drop-off.
Donations* are accepted on Wednesdays from 9:00AM - 4:00PM. Please email Mursal at email@example.com or call (309) 764-2279 to schedule a drop-off time at
World Relief Quad Cities
1852 16th St, Moline, IL 61265
*August 2023 Furniture & Clothing Notes (Please Read)
Furniture needs are based on our current stock. Please contact Mursal at firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire.
With the exception of men's and women's coats during the winter months, we can no longer accept clothing. We suggest bringing clothing to South Rock Island Township, where many of our clients now visit (Closet2Closet is NOT accepting clothing for our clients at this time).
Our Families' Greatest Needs
We are currently accepting the following items. New condition is greatly preferred, gently used is accepted. Note: Due to Illinois law, we cannot accept any used mattresses or pillows. Other items we do not accept are sleeper sofas, recliner sofas, and china cabinets.
***SUMMER/FALL 2023 HIGH NEEDS ITEMS: We are in immediate need of dressers, loveseats/couches, armchairs, and side tables.
*must be new
Ladles and slotted spoons
Hot pads and pot holders
Stovetop Pressure Cookers
Large and small trashcans*
Brooms with dustpans*
Simple alarm clocks
60 Watt Light Bulbs*
Twin sheets and comforters
Metro Link Bus Passes*
Fans and AC Units
Children's Books in Pashto, Dari
Clear storage tubs with lids (small and medium)
Vegan Prenatal Vitamins (gelatin-free)*
Men's and women's shaving cream*
Shower curtains and rings*
Combs and brushes (appropriate to other cultures)*
*We do not accept used mattresses, used pillows, sleeper sofas, recliner sofas, couches that exceed 7.5 ft in length, or china cabinets.
Pack n' Plays
Hy-Vee, Walmart, or Target Gift Cards
To help families buy groceries, medicine, and other basic needs.
Bicycles, helmets, and gas gift cards are a great way to empower refugees as they begin their new lives. Or, consider donating your car.