We are reaching out to caring people in Santa Clara County to help us fill 1,000 kits with items to stay safe, warm and dry. You can purchase items and drop them off or donate cash that will be used to purchase items for the kits.
These care packages will be distributed through various organizations including, HomeFirst Services, Bill Wilson Center and Sleeping Bags For the Homeless, that provide outreach services to the unhoused. Just in time for winter!
What to Donate
There are three ways to donate.
We need these items to complete the care packages. New items only please.
- Warm beanies (hats)
- Hand warmers
- Mylar blankets
- Disposable rain ponchos
- Granola bars
- Individually wrapped hard candy
Buy Items on Cozy Cap Campaign’s Amazon Wish List
- Visit the Cozy Cap Campaign Wish List on Amazon.
- Select one or more items needed for the care packages.
- When checking out, select Alpana Agarwal’s Gift Registry Address for the mailing address.
Donate Cash to Purchase Items
Use the Donate button below to donate cash. All cash donations are being used to purchase items for the kits. Your donation is fully tax deductible.
Where to Donate
Drop off items at one of our drive through donation events. Place your donations in the trunk of your car for contactless drop off. Pull up and pop the trunk, one of our volunteers will unload the items.
San Jose Woman’s Club
75 S. 11th St. San Jose CA 95112
Friday, November 6
12pm to 4pm
Saturday, November 7
9am to 1pm
About Cozy Cap Campaign
Cozy Cap Campaign works to bring warm winter woolies to the unhoused community in Santa Clara County. They donate close to 1000 pieces of winter wear every year, about 60% hand made by the community. Cozy Cap Campaign was started as a passion project by Alpana Agarwal in 2018 and has been able to help more people every year. Alpana is also an active supporter of SJWC’s Be A Dear Donate A Brassiere Group.