Welcome Warehouse brings the Dublin community TOGETHER to connect families with the resources they need to thrive.

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Back-to-School Outreach

Drop Off Dates & Location

Current Needs

Programs We Offer

Volunteer Opportunities

Our Mission: Welcome Warehouse is inspired by God’s love to provide help and hope to those of us who are temporarily in need.

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Helping Families When There’s a Disruption to Their Normalcy

For nearly 15 years, Welcome Warehouse has been a resource for Dublin families to turn to when there has been a disruption to their normalcy and need temporary assistance. As Welcome Warehouse has developed new programs the number of families and clients that turn to us in their time of need has also grown.

These programs would not have been feasible and possible without the support of our community partners. As we look to the future, there is still so much uncertainty in the world and Welcome Warehouse wishes to be a beacon of hope and stability for our clients as they start the new year.

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Together We Can Give Hope to Our Neighbors in Need

Welcome Warehouse connects Dublin families with resources to meet essential needs so the economic and social health of our community can thrive.

When families face an unexpected crisis or challenge, their needs often increase. Sixteen percent of the Dublin City Schools student population is considered economically disadvantaged and 4,407 households live on less than a $35,000 annual income. Welcome Warehouse provides many programs and services aimed at stabilizing families who struggle to meet basic needs.

If you or someone you know who lives in the Dublin City School district is need of assistance, please email info@welcomewarehouse.org.

To learn more about how you can better support the community, contact executivedirector@welcomewarehouse.org

Current Needs

  • New diapers and wipes ​- especially need sz 5 and sz 6 diapers
  • Winter coats (all sizes)
  • Athletic wear (all sizes)
  • Jeans – especially girls sz 5/6 and sz 15/16 and boys sz 7/8
  • Tennis shoes
  • Hats/gloves
  • Board games and puzzles
  • New school supplies
  • New pillows
  • New twin sheets
  • New twin mattress pads
  • New socks, especially ankle and/or crew
  • New underwear
  • New personal care items (body wash, shaving cream, feminine hygiene pads, conditioner, baby care items etc)

We accept new and gently-used items. Gently-used items need to look and function like new items. Would you give it to a friend? If so, we'll accept it! We cannot keep items that are stained, damaged, excessively worn, or outdated. Please review the guidelines before you bring items to us.

Drop Off Dates & Location

Drop Off Dates & Location

1st Saturday of the Month

Indian Run United Methodist Church
9 am to 11 am

Our programs depend on people like you — who understand the importance of selfless giving and the impact of volunteering — to help our friends and neighbors get the resources they need to thrive.


Our Free Shop offers gently-used clothing and household items.

Free Shop

We partner with Dublin City Schools to deliver items for easy pick-up.

Mobile Shops

We match families with volunteer sponsors from the community.


Emergency Assistance is available to families facing a financial crisis.

Emergency Assistance

Mattresses and frames are available to families in need.

Bed Donation

Back-to-School supply kits and backpacks for schoolchildren.

Back-to-School Outreach