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Ways To Give


Have something else to give?

Great! While we would love to accept every donation, our space is limited. We are currently only accepting the following items through the "It Takes A Village" project:

  • Personal hygiene items (toothbrush/toothpaste, deodorant, soap, etc.)

  • Men's and women's clothing (especially cool items), all sizes, shoes, socks, and undergarments.

  • Books for our library, education, and training. 

  • No contract phones and service cards. 

  • Treat items and gift cards. Do you remember how you would feel when your Mom put something special in your lunchbox? Adults fun love surprises, too. Wrapped holiday gifts are welcome.

  • Grocery items or pre-paid Food Lion, Harris Teeter, or Publix cards. Please call the office to find out our current needs.

  • Please call the office to donate new or gently used office furniture. 

  • Don't forget to check out the Get Involved Page to learn how to offer your valuable time. 

Thank you to our 2022 donors for the
winter season! 

Guardian Sponsors

Our Guardian Sponsors are providing long-term support and aid at $2,500 and above. Without their support, many members of our community would be left out in the cold. Guardian Sponsors are taking the lead in battling homelessness on the Outer Banks.

Nikki and Gray Blount

Coldwell Banker - Seaside Realty Inc.
Dawn's Kitchen Catering

Mary Fouty-Davis

North Carolina Community Foundation

Outer Banks Community Foundation

State Employees Credit Union Foundation

Pamela Smith
St. Andrews by the Sea

James Ward

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Fear Not Sponsors

Our Fear Not Sponsors are providing a month of operating support at $1,000 and above. Their gifts make the shelter whole, from the intake center to guest support services. 

All Saints Episcopal Church

Michelle Chimento

Duck United Methodist Church

Nancy Griffin

Albert Hallatt

John and Robin Hearne

John McGowan

Rolf Schmid

David Shufflebarger

Judith Speidel


Road Less Traveled Sponsors

Our Road Less Traveled Sponsors are providing meals, care packages, travel, and necessities at $500 and above. Out guest appreciate their commitment to their wellbeing. 

Clara Anne Baker

Benevity Fund

Derek Brown

Charitocracy Organization

Karla Coughenour

Amanda Daniels

Fr. Joseph Klaus Charitable Association

Grace Lutheran Church by the Sea

Teressa Green

Chad Holloman

Frances Kapinos

Knights of Columbus Annunciata Council No. 8759

Lighthouse Christian Fellowship

Michael Muller

Outer Banks Presbyterian Church

Sun Realty - Nags Head

United Methodist Women


One Night Sponsors

Our One Night sponsors cover the cost of a single guest stay at $250 and above.

Daily Bread Sponsors

Our Daily Bread sponsors cover the cost of a full day of healthy meals from the pantry at $100 and above.

Helping Hand Sponsors

Our Helping Hand Sponsors help with everything OBX Room in the Inn stands for at $50 and above.

Black Pelican

Arlene Dagosto

Sara Filling

Gail Hutchison

Albert Isler

Lone Cedar

John Lutolf

Bob Peele

Elaine Pfaff

Jeanette Progana

Sam & Omies


Jane Webster

Mollie Bass

Bethany United Methodist Church

John Bryant

Sue Burgess

Tiffany Burkard

Ronald Campbell

Kathleen Collett

Margie Copeland

Sue Daniels

Milton Edwards

Anita Fletcher

James Groff

Gib Harrison

Mary Lou Hoffert

Kenneth Hyman

Jewish Community of the Outer Banks

Debbie Jones

John Kitchen

Patricia Kuhn

Gail Leonard

Judy Lotas

Phil Moore

Owens Motel and Restaurant
Outer Banks Christian Women

Karen Pendt

Bonnie Jennighaus

Susan Pucciano

Marc Samuels

Jonathan Summerton

Sheryl Tillett

Gail Trimbath

Katherine Wagner

Jason Waughtel

Amazon Smile

Robert Bachman

John Cleaver

Jim and Leckie Conners

Judge Vincent Ferretti, Jr.

Sara Keener

Nettie Midgett

Wally Overman

Richard Sarratt

Thomas Scholl

Pamela Sheffield

Leslie Truman

Are you a business looking to take a stand for affordable housing on the Outer Banks? Call us today to find out how you can join our efforts and end the threat of homelessness for good!

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