Wish List

Since we opened our doors in August 1997, the kindness and thoughtful generosity of those who have donated has been greatly appreciated by our staff and, more importantly, by all the families residing at The Neely House.  The support of all who have donated has given such comfort at the most difficult times in the lives of families living with cancer and for this, we are truly grateful.


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The following is a list of items needed for The Neely House.  Please call Kate Adamson, The Neely House Manager, at (617) 346-5900 if you have items to donate or questions.  Kate will help you make arrangements for delivery to the proper location.


Wish List
  • Laundry Detergent
  • Dish Detergent
  • Dishwasher Detergent
  • Bleach
  • Fabric Softener
  • Liquid Hand Soap (unscented)
  • Kitchen Towels
  • Paper Products (paper towels, Kleenex, napkins)
  • Ground Coffee and Keurig K-Cup Pods (regular and decaf)
  • Hot Cocoa
  • Tea
  • Cream & Sugar
  • Nonperishable Food (canned soup, pasta, oatmeal, etc.)
  • Disposable Salt and Pepper Shakers
  • Travel Sized Bath Products (shampoo, conditioner, hand sanitizer)
  • White Bath Towels
  • White Sheets (Twin XL, Full XL, Queen, King)
  • Mattress Pads (Twin XL, Full XL, Queen, King)
  • Pillows (standard, king, euro)
  • Gift Cards (local grocery stores, pharmacies, gas stations, local restaurants, movie theaters, etc.)
  • Tickets to Local Events (Red Sox, Bruins, Patriots, museums, concerts, theater, etc.)
  • Postage Stamps (forever stamps are preferable)
  • 4 Cup Coffee Maker
  • 16 Piece White Dish Set
  • Provide and prepare a meal for The Neely House guest
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Help a family Stay

Your $50 donation funds one night for one family at The Neely House at Tufts Medical Center. While the average length of stay for a family residing at The Neely House is three weeks, many families need assistance regardless of the duration of their stay.


Naming Opportunities

The Neely House has various opportunities to make a donation in honor or memory of a loved one with glass engravings within the House.