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Our goal is simple we want to meet real needs, for real people in real time!
We believe people would help their neighbor in need and we act as a hub of communication facilitating people coming together to help their community. Here's how it works.Verified non-profits submit a specific need, we post the need in this centralized location the need will then feed to Facebook and twitter, if someone can meet the need they reply. When the need is met we all celebrate.
Here is what you should do, add yourself to our Twitter feed, Facebook account, or sign up for direct messages through email or text "realneeds" to 77948 to receive messages directly to your mobile phone. When a need comes around we will post it, if you can meet the need reply. If you can't ignore it, or share it with friends.
A single lady who lives in the Syringa Trailer Park in Moscow, ID, needs a 5-drawer dresser, preferably tall, not wide. She has moved to Moscow from Portland after a mental breakdown. Her doctor has advised her to stop working; she has applied for state help and is waiting for approval on her application. At present, the benevolence group of a local church is helping with her electricity bills. Hopefully, any assistance we can give in furnishing her trailer will help toward her recovery.
Thank you to everyone who offered to help this family. We were able to find a set of tires that was perfect!
A divorced mom needs four winter tires (P195/65R15), new or used, for a 1995 Honda Accord. The car had been involved in an accident and the tires were ruined. She is still paying off the costs of the accident and can not afford to buy new snow tires. She has two children and they live in Syringa Trailer Park in Moscow, Idaho. Let’s help this mom and her two kids drive safely this winter.
Thank you to everyone who donated furniture to this worthy cause. You have helped many people on their road to sobriety!
Two dressers and two bed frames (any size) are needed at The Sober House, a transition home for recovering alcoholics. The Sober House is located in Moscow, ID, and is run by private individuals who have a heart to help recovering alcoholics get back on their feet. Our generous donations would help the residents as they work to restore their lives.
Thank you to everyone who helped this family get back on their feet!
A family in Pullman, WA, has just moved into their new place after being homeless for some time. Unfortunately, they lost their furniture and belongings to a fire in their unit. They are in urgent need of three twin beds, end tables, lamps, and living room chairs. Let’s help this family get back on their feet with our generous donations of much-needed furniture!
Thank you for helping make things easier for this family!
A grandmother living in Kamiah, Idaho has taken on the care of her disabled grandchildren: a three-year-old granddaughter whose mother has passed away and grandsons whose father has also passed away. She is now the sole provider for these young children and is in need of an electric dryer to assist with the increased amount of laundry.
Thank you to everyone who helped, we were able to get this family what they needed for their boys!
A newly-married couple needs two junior beds and two car seats for their two-year-old twin boys. Until recently, they have been displaced from their home and have been forced to live about two hours apart until the father found work. At present, they are living together again as the father has found full-time employment, and the mother stays at home with the twins. They need junior beds and bedding since the bedrooms in their home are small. They would also appreciate the gift of two car seats so they can safely transport their boys.
Please contact email@example.com to arrange for a pick-up of your donation. Smaller items may be dropped off at the Real Life office at 317 W 6th St., Suite 201, in Moscow, Monday–Thursday, 9 am – 4 pm.
We had an overwhelming response to this request and were able to get both families exactly what they needed!
A woman in Moscow has recently taken her youngest two grandchildren (ages 1 and 2) into her care after their mother was placed in jail. The children’s mother (her daughter) will be serving her sentence for several years. This grandmother has no car and is in need of a double stroller so she can transport the children around town by bus or by walking. She also has some back problems, and a double stroller would enable her to move the children more easily.
A young couple in Cottonwood, ID, is expecting a second child and needs a double stroller for their two children. They are deeply committed to having the wife stay home as much as possible to raise their sons. The gift of a double stroller would be truly appreciated!
A couple in Colfax is having a baby, due on September 11. This couple had not been expecting this latest addition to their family and had already given away the baby items of their older kids. Being a low-income family, they do not have enough money to purchase items for their new baby. They would truly appreciate gifts of a crib or playpen, a bassinet, clothes, blankets, a swing, a car seat, a bouncer, a baby carrier, toys, and baby care items, such as diapers and wipes.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange for a pick-up of your donation. Smaller items may be dropped off at the Real Life on the Palouse office at 317 W. 6th Street; Suite 201 in Moscow Monday-Thursday from 9-4.
We previously posted the following request to our Real Needs family. It states that a dryer had already been found for this single mom. When the dryer was hooked up, it was found to be non-operational. We had a group of individuals who purchased a washer, but she is in need of a functioning dryer.
ORIGINAL POST: A young single mom in Lewiston is in need of a washer. (We already found a dryer for her.) She has been finding it difficult to go to the laundromat with a two-year-old child in tow since she does not have a car. She has tried paying for her own washer and dryer through Rent-A-Center, but could not keep up with the payments. She has been diagnosed with bipolar and borderline personality disorder, and has no close friends or relatives who can assist her. We can help ease some of the difficulties of this young mother and her child by finding a washer for them.