There are several ways you can get involved. The most direct method is to make a financial donation.

Thank you for joining with CHiPS to support our neighbors who struggle with hunger and homelessness. Since 1971, we have relied on the generosity of individuals like you to provide 103,000 nutritious breakfasts and lunches every year, to shelter and counsel young mothers and their infant and toddler children. CHiPS is a non-profit, tax exempt 501(c)(3) organization.  Contributions are tax deductible and directly support the soup kitchen and the shelter for young mothers and their children.

How your gift helps:

  • $10.00 provides 6 meals
  • $25.00 provides 15 meals
  • $75.00 shelters a mother and her baby for a week
  • $350.00 shelters a mother and her baby for a month
  • $1,000.00 provides 175 meals and shelters a mother, an infant, and a toddler for 2 months

Make a financial donation now





To donate in memory of someone or for a special cause,
please provide that information as you finalize your transaction.

If you prefer to send a check, write it to “Park Slope Christian Help”
and send it to: CHiPS, 200 4th Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11217-3180.

A community of volunteers

CHiPS depends on our loyal and hardworking volunteers to provide our clients with daily meals and other services. Did you know 75% of our work is done by volunteers? That’s one of the reasons why overhead costs at CHiPS are relatively low and the bulk of donated funds goes towards providing for our clients.

Join our team of volunteers!

Clothing Donation

CHiPS always needs seasonal clothing for men and women. Used clothing in good condition and new items are welcome.

You can help by donating clothing or volunteering your time in sorting, hanging, and arranging donated garments.

We accept clothes Monday & Tuesday from 8:30 A.M. to 1:30 P.M., except during the weeks of Thanksgiving and Christmas. Our drop-off center is located at CHiPS, 200 Fourth Avenue, Brooklyn, between Sackett St. and Degraw. Please only bring clothes that will be wearable in the next few months (no shorts in winter, please!) — we have no storage space for clothing, and items will be given to guests shortly after we receive them.

We always need the following for men and women:

  • New infant cloths.
  • jeans
  • trousers
  • shirts
  • coats, jackets
  • sweaters
  • socks, sneakers, boots, and practical shoes