Items on this list have been identified by staff members and volunteers as items or services that are critical to our clients’ well being. Our agnecy does not have funding for these items and services and looks to the community to donate and volunteer to help meet the additional problems faced by some of our clients.
Cash is always appreciated and will be used to purchase specific and appropriate items for clients. If you have any questions about the wish list, please contact one of our staff members.
Lynell Bond, Director of Case Management: 817-258-6424, email@example.com
Joyce Lapinski, Client Services Coordinator: 817-258-6421, firstname.lastname@example.org
Nedra Cutler, Director of Volunteers: 817-258-6426, email@example.com
|In Addition to Meal Delivery
||Install air conditioners
Make minor electrical repairs
Deliver pet food
Make minor plumbing repairs
Be a friendly visitor
Perform minor carpentry work
||Clocks with large numbers
Electric can openers
Hand-held shower wands
Personal hygiene items such as moist towelettes (baby wipes),
shampoo, toothbrushes, toothpaste, deodorant, etc
||These items are delivered to clients who need food in addition to the
meals delivered by volunteers. Typical clients receiving food assistance
would qualify for help at one of the local pantries or food bank outlets;
however, they are homebound and unable to pick up items.
Please buy foods that are easy to prepare. Pop-top cans are easier
to open than cans that need a can opener. Do not buy cookies or chips.
We cannot store fresh fruit or anything perishable.
Shelf-stable tuna and salmon
Low-sodium canned vegetables
Fruit in low-sugar syrup or juice
Pudding and gelatin cups
Dried fruit such as raisins
Small cans of juice
Small boxes of cereal
Small jars of peanut butter
Small jars of jelly
Soup, especially chunky type
Stew, chicken and dumplings, etc.
|Holiday and Seasonal Gift Ideas
Stationary and postal stamps
Hand or body lotion
Perfume or cologne
Disposable cameras with flash