Providing our community with essential items offers support that places dignity, respect and love at the heart of all we do. 

Personal items

Many people visit our WestCare Centre each week to use our shower facilities. 

  • What personal items are needed?

    Small shampoos and conditioners, body wash, deodorants, razors and shaving cream, toothbrushes and toothpaste, socks, new underwear (men and women), towels (new and used in good condition), combs and brushes, tampons and pads. 

Blankets and sleeping bags 

Many of our community sleep rough.

A blanket or sleeping bag can help make their sleeping situation just a bit more bearable.

Everyone who stays overnight with us is given a sleeping bag to keep.

Your donation will help us keep up the demand.

Our community often needs other essential items throughout the year. 

  • Beanies and scarves

    Your donation of a beanie or scarf, knitted with love, will help keep a member of our community warm in winter.

  • Thongs and water bottles

    Your donation of thongs and water bottles will help protect a member of our community's feet and keep them hydrated in summer.

  • Towels

    With the number of people who visit us for a shower each week, we need a high number of towels. Your donation of new or used but in good condition towels would be gratefully appreciated.

  • "Baptist Care SA's WestCare Centre is a great place to get a feed and there's a lot of people here I know. The feeling of being cared for is lovely"

    Carol, with Walter

  • "It's all God smiling on us. He's very happy. "


  • "They help you when you've got nothing. "


Other WestCare Centre Services

Get in touch. 

We’d love to hear from you.

Frequently asked questions 

Please bring your donated items to Baptist Care SA’s WestCare Centre, 11 Millers Court Adelaide, between 9am and 5pm weekdays

Yes, please call us to arrange someone to collect your donation. 

Yes, please let us know when you are coming and we will have someone standing by to assist you. 

Baptist Care SA, lives, works and walks on Kaurna, Permangk and Boandik lands. We acknowledge Aboriginal people as the state’s first peoples, recognise their traditional ownership, and respect their cultural heritage, beliefs, deep connection and continued guardianship of land and waters. We value the contributions of Elders past and present, and are committed to learning from those emerging.