We're Connected to Your Community

Our mission is to provide well-made essentials to those in need— and we couldn't do that without our superhero network of nonprofit partners.

When you buy our bundles, our partners get them into the right hands.

Are you a nonprofit interested in partnering with us? Click here to learn more!

LOS ANGELES: The Weingart Center in downtown LA provides homeless individuals with the necessary tools to stabilize their lives, secure income, and find permanent housing.


WASHINGTON STATE: Serving Chelan and Douglas counties since 1978, SAGE envisions communities without violence where all can live safely with dignity and respect.

LifeWorks, Austin

AUSTIN: LifeWorks provides support and services to youth experiencing homelessness. They work to make youth homelessness rare, brief and non-recurring.

Tarrant County Homeless Coalition

FORT WORTH: TCHC leads the community solution to homelessness in the greater Tarrant County, Texas area by serving as a catalyst for community transformation.

PHILADELPHIA: Prevention Point is a nonprofit public health organization providing harm reduction services to Philadelphia and the surrounding area.

HousingPlus, New York

NEW YORK: HousingPlus provides housing and services to women overcoming poverty, homelessness, addiction, trauma, and the effects of incarceration.

Working with COCObundle made the in-kind donation solicitation and acceptance process so much more streamlined than an open call for donated items, which can often be a mixed bag and doesn’t always get us what we need.

Everything COCObundle sources—from the bed linens, to flatware, to bath towels—are high-quality and made to last. That attention to dignity—and detail—is why we’ll continue working with Kelly and her team on future campaigns as we open up even more housing for women and children in need in the years to come

Britnee Crawford

Development & Communications Director at HousingPlus

So often we case managers are wanting to supply our clients with really nice items for their move-ins, but there may not be a lot of funds available to buy home items for the clients. And the items we do buy tends to come used from thrift stores to save costs.

It felt SO great to be able to provide NEW, high quality items on their big move-in day. I remember seeing these really great soft white bath towels and thought, Wow, those are some really nice towels!

Jennifer Jackson

H.O.M.E. (Rapid Re-Housing) Case Manager II at LifeWorks

Lincoln Park Community Services, Chicago

CHICAGO: LPCS brings communities together to empower individuals facing homelessness and poverty to secure stable housing and make sustainable life changes

ARIZONA: Arizona Helping Hands provides essential needs for children in foster care throughout the state with programs promoting safety, permanency and health.

Hillcrest Transitional Housing

KANSAS CITY: Hillcrest Transitional Housing offers support to homeless families, singles and youth through a disciplined educational program in a caring, supportive environment.

Oasis Center, Nashville

NASHVILLE: Oasis provides opportunities—from crisis intervention to college and career access—reflecting the needs of youth and their families in Middle Tennessee.

Downtown Streets Team, San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA: Downtown Streets Team homeless and low-income men and women with the resources they need to rebuild their lives.

Integral Care Foundation, Austin

AUSTIN: Integral Care supports adults and children living with mental illness, substance use disorder and intellectual and developmental disabilities in Travis County, TX.

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA: LSS promotes stability and honors the dignity of those they serve by providing supportive housing services that lead to self-sufficiency.


AUSTIN: The Other Ones Foundation is a provides extremely low-barrier employment, case management, and humanitarian aid to people experiencing homelessness.


BERKELEY: Women's Daytime Drop-in Center supports women and children experiencing homelessness, with resources so families can stay safe while in transition.


TULSA: Housing Solutions builds systems that make homelessness rare, brief and non-recurring. They are the lead agency for the Tulsa County HUD funded Continuum of Care.

SOUTH KING COUNTY: Since 1980, DAWN supports, empowers, and shelters domestic violence survivors and their children in South King County, WA and beyond.


KANSAS: The mission of KC Kansas Angels is to walk alongside children in the foster care system, as well as their caretakers, by offering consistent support.


BOSTON: St. Mary's Center empowers women and families facing homelessness to achieve emotional stability and economic independence through education, workforce development, and permanent housing.

NORTH CAROLINA: CASA provides access to stable, affordable housing for people who are homeless or at risk by developing and managing rental communities.

LOS ANGELES: Shelter Partnership, Inc. is collaboratively solving homelessness through policy analysis, program design, resource development, and advocacy in support of agencies and local governments that serve the homeless.

...and more

The logos above reflect a selection of our key partners. We're always adding new partners and we're grateful to learn about the work of your favorite nonprofits so we can expand our reach.

Email our founder to suggest a new nonprofit partner.