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Our Partners Program


In our Partners Program, our main priority is to supply goods to organizations that work directly with people who live on the streets and in encampments. Our second priority is to share our inventories with shelters giving them hygiene items and clothing.


We have volunteers working with us who reach out to companies for donations such as feminine hygiene items (several months ago, we got a donation of 18,000 maxi-pads), socks, toothbrushes, and winter hats. Other items we have to purchase from the cash donations that we receive.


Currently, we supply homeless shelters that house veterans, battered women, abandoned children, and people who are just plain down on their luck and have no home to go to.


It is a struggle and a challenge to keep up with the demand and, there is far more to operating a nonprofit than merely collecting things and distributing them. We are earning a solid reputation as the 'go-to resource' for small nonprofits to get what they need to accomplish their missions and, we are are thankful to God and to our supporters for whatever assistance we get.


We do what we can!


Merle Burke, President & Founder

Shepherd's Way




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