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The following nonprofit organizations responded to a Journal Gazette request for charity wish lists. The charities are listed alphabetically. Purpose: A long-term residential facility for women struggling with eating disorders, sexual abuse, self-harm, depression and substance abuse.
Needs: Liquid hand soap; feminine hygiene products; canned beans — kidney, black, chick peas only; canned fruit — no sugar added; new bed pillows; personal journals; toilet paper; paper towels. Drop-off: 9 a. Monday through Thursday, until Dec. After that time the facility is closed for Christmas break.
Purpose: Acts of the Heart helps those who can not afford to buy personal items. Acts of the Heart is in operation every Tuesday from a. Needs: Baby diapers any size, baby wipes, soap, bar soap, dish soap, laundry soap, shampoo and conditioner, hair gel, hair spray, bubble bath, lotions, cleaning supplies, sponges, scrubbers, trash bags, sandwich bags, storage bags, makeup,tooth brushes, tooth paste, powder, men's and women's deodorants, maxi p, tampons, also Poise for urinary incontinence, child's size slippers, socks, coloring books, pens paper, markers, crayons, paper towels, toilet paper, candles, air fresheners, fabric softener, stuffed animals, paper plates, napkins, and much more.
Drop-off: 10 a. Monday through Friday, or by calling. Purpose: To promote dignity, independence, and advocacy for all older adults, people with disabilities and their caregivers. Needs: Adult urinary incontinence products Depends, Poise, etc. Purpose: To provide a day respite for the homeless and disenfranchised. In a non-judgmental atmosphere, clients are made aware of community happenings; snacks, beverages, and hygiene products are provided; laundry and shower facilities are available.
Monday through Friday, 11 a. Boomerang Backpacks, E. Fifth St. Needs: Personal-hygiene products, toilet paper, soap, dish soap, laundry soap, toothpaste, cleaning supplies, canned vegetables, fruits and soups, boxed dinners macaroni and cheese, Hamburger Helper, etc. Needs: Bottled water, postage stamps, reams of copy paper, cookie sheets 2set of pots and pans 1plastic storage containers, hot p 6paper napkins whiteplastic forks and spoons, extra-long twin sheets for hospital bedsadult medium and large pull-up briefs, nutritional drinks, colored pencil sets, gas cards, 8-byinch or 9-byinch canvases.
Monday and 9 a. Tuesday through Friday. Center for Nonviolence, W. Creighton Ave. Purpose: Provide education, support and advocacy to end domestic and other forms of violence while modeling equality and power sharing. Monday through Thursday; donations accepted at front desk; enter through front door on Creighton Avenue.
Tillman Road, Fort Wayne. Drop-off: 8 a. Monday, Wednesday and Thursday, 8 a. Friends of the Poor, W. Wayne St. Purpose: Provide training and assistance to alleviate poverty through employment training, marketing of handmade gift items the low-income producer earns the money and community volunteer programs. Tuesday through Saturday or by appointment. Haven Missionary Christian Church, W. Purpose: Provide resources, spiritual, physical and psychological as we feel man is more than just a physical being, he is three parts, soul, matter and spirit; we have what we consider a holistic ministry, ministering to the whole man.
Purpose: Serving those in Rome City and surrounding area who are desperately in need of assistance; serves over families each week. Drop-off: Noon each Thursday. Mailing address for donations is P. Box 41, Rome City, IN All donations are entirely used for recipients; no wages are paid to anyone. Purpose: Minister to the Fort Wayne community by providing counseling and support groups as well as a transitional housing program for women in need; with the purchase of a new facility, we will be able to almost double the of women we help — bringing the total to 15 by the first of the new year.
Needs: Leaf blower, gift cards Walgreens, Wal-mart, Kroger ; bus passes; bed pillows; nonperishable food items; yard bags; snow blower; dressers; twin beds; twin-size sheets and blankets bed-in-a-bag ; digital-TV converter box; dishes, pots and pans; silverware. Monday through Thursday. Hope In a Handbag, P. BoxFort Wayne, Ladies looking hot sex Rome city Indiana 46784 Purpose: Help women with breast cancer and facing mastectomy surgery in a county area of northeast Indiana.
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The Literacy Alliance, Clay St. Purpose: Strives to make a positive impact on the lives of our clients and, in turn, for all of us. Illiteracy is more than a personal struggle. Its effects can be felt throughout our entire community.
The problems of illiteracy reach everyone. Low employment, increased crime rates and low student test scores are just some of the problems illiteracy brings. However, there are solutions. By empowering people through literacy, we not only help in the success of our clients, but the overall success of Allen County as well.
Needs: Office supplies — hanging folders multicolored if possible ; 3-by-5 cards; colored 2 pocket folders with prongs ; colored 2 pocket folders without prongs ; colored file folders; Post-It Flip Chart paper p; easel with white board on one side and place for flip chart on other side; mechanical pencils; No.
Purpose: Ensure that all individuals facing mental health challenges are supported and gain access to the resources they need. Mental Health America in Allen County is requesting donations for its Cedars HOPE program, which provides permanent supportive housing for 15 women living with serious mental illness. Needs: Twin sheet sets new ; twin blankets new ; standard pillows new ; kitchen towels new ; bath towels new ; gas cards for residents looking for employment; bus passes; laundry soap pods; paper products — toilet paper, paper towels; monetary donations. Drop-off: a. Monday through Thursday and a.
Call before delivering. Items will be accepted through Dec. Purpose: To open a shelter and get some of the homeless off the streets before winter hits. To provide a place where all that provides services to and for the homeless can come to one place if needed. To provide training and stability for the homeless youth, food, clothing, etc. Needs: For ministry purposes, coffee, clothes, tents, back packs toiletries, snacks, shoes for cold weather, coats, blankets, hand and foot warmers, cash for acquiring and maintaining the shelter.
Needs: Paper products — toilet paper, paper towels, napkins, etc. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, at the soup kitchen or mailed to St. Lafayette St. We will treat our guests as Jesus would treat others, with dignity, love, and respect. Monday through Friday, W. Columbia St. Purpose: Seeking to alleviate the Ladies looking hot sex Rome city Indiana 46784 of the homeless, by providing shelter, care, advocacy, affordable housing and supportive services for homeless families as these families build strength and strive to become independent, productive members of the community.
Needs: Twin bedding comforters, sheets, pillowstowels, shampoo, conditioner, soap, lotion, deodorant, razors, diapers, wipes, laundry baskets, cleaning supplies. Monday through Friday, a. Purpose: Dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all. Ongoing supplies for families and the office: Backpacks, ballpoint pens, No.
Stock our kitchen: Pots, pans, dishware, silverware, mixing bowls, mixing spoons, measuring cups, can openers, spatulas, tongs, oven mitts. Stock the linen closet: Blankets all sizes, from baby to largepillows, sheets, towels, washcloths. Cleaning supplies: Bleach, cleaning disinfectant, hand sanitizer, paper towels, dish soap, laundry soap, vacuum cleaners. For the children: New clothes, new shoes, new socks size newborn to junior, new toys for the holidays especially gifts for teenssmall stuffed animal newtravel-size puzzles.
Stock our food pantry: Canned pastas, soups, juice boxes, Hamburger Helper, individual snack-size crackers; cereals; macaroni and cheese; salt, pepper and other spices. For the babies: Diapers sizes especially 3 to 5blankets, baby wipes, pacifiers, bottles, bottle cleaners, gift card to assist with purchase of formula, new clothes pajamas. The Journal Gazette. Home Local.
Acts Of The Heart. Madison St. In a non-judgmental atmosphere, clients are made aware of community happenings; snacks, beverages, and hygiene products are provided; laundry and shower facilities are available Needs: Hygiene products, laundry detergent, coffee, creamer, sugar Drop-off: 10 a. Saturdays Boomerang Backpacks, E. Monday through Friday Cancer Services of Northeast Indiana, Mutual Drive, Fort Wayne Phone: Needs: Bottled water, postage stamps, reams of copy paper, cookie sheets 2set of pots and pans 1plastic storage containers, hot p 6paper napkins whiteplastic forks and spoons, extra-long twin sheets for hospital bedsadult medium and large pull-up briefs, nutritional drinks, colored pencil sets, gas cards, 8-byinch or 9-byinch canvases Drop-off: 9 a.
Tuesday through Friday Center for Nonviolence, W. Jefferson Blvd. All donations are entirely used for recipients; no wages are paid to anyone Hope Alive, N. Wells St. BoxFort Wayne, IN Phone: Purpose: Help women with breast cancer and facing mastectomy surgery in a county area of northeast Indiana.
Needs: Twin sheet sets new ; twin blankets new ; standard pillows new ; kitchen towels new ; bath towels new ; gas cards for residents looking for employment; bus passes; laundry soap pods; paper products — toilet paper, paper towels; monetary donations Drop-off: a. Monday through Friday St. Needs: Twin bedding comforters, sheets, pillowstowels, shampoo, conditioner, soap, lotion, deodorant, razors, diapers, wipes, laundry baskets, cleaning supplies Drop-off: 9 a.
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