Holiday Wish List 2014: Charities in need of assistance

November 26, 2014 - garden totes

Animal Services

Butler County Animal Response Team, 2100 N. Ohio, Suite B, Augusta, 67010. 316-452-5673. www.bucoks.com/index.aspx?NID=651. Volunteers assistance safeguard a safety, presence and gratification of any animal influenced by healthy and synthetic disasters in Butler County and south-central Kansas. Ketch-All animal control poles; Ketch-All cat grabbers; handle animal crates; dog and cat collars and harnesses; cash.

Caring Hands Humane Society, 1400 SE Third St., Newton, 67114. 316-283-0839. caringhandshs.org. Our mission, by a graduation of credentials in simple benevolent animal care, is to soothe animal pang and to forestall cruelty to animals. Puppy Pads (medium to additional large); Purina Dog and Cat Chow; soppy cat food; vast Kong’s cat collars; cat toys.

Eagle Valley Raptor Center, 927 N. 343rd St. West, Cheney, 67025. 316-393-0710. www.eaglevalleyraptorcenter.org. To yield food, preserve and oldster caring for harmed and orphaned Kansas birds of prey, and to offer educational tours and programs to a public. Cash for food and oldster caring during a winter months; 1-inch by 12-inch by 10-inch # 2 hunger boards; 2-inch and 3-inch treated rug screws.

The Four Legged Project, P.O. Box 75153, Wichita, 67275. 316-640-9068. www.thefourleggedproject.org. Actively appeal donations for vests by village events, online amicable media, adults and private companies to squeeze ballistic vests for troops K-9 units in Kansas. Cash.

Friends of Felines Kansas, 8918 W. 21st St. North, Suite 200, #160, Wichita, 67205. 316-778-0869. www.fofks.org. Mission: practice a trap, fix and lapse (TNR) process of competition control and encourage a adoption of long-term, caregiver-based solutions per free-roaming village (feral) and wandering cats. Cash to compensate for spay/neutering services and other projects; present cards to Wal-Mart, PetSmart, Petco and TractorSupply to squeeze reserve for low-income caregivers; kitten and cat food (Purina Cat Chow, Meow Mix, Friskies, Taste of a Wild, Purina One, Iams); canned food (Fancy Feast, Friskies, Meow Mix; canned tuna in H2O to use for trapping); volunteers; present cards for fuel and bureau supplies; pre-paid present cards to Sam’s Club, Dillons, Wal-Mart; relocation sites (barns or outbuildings wanting rodent control); caregivers for colonies that might need relocation.

Hope in a Valley Equine Rescue and Sanctuary, 9025 N. Broadway, Valley Center, 67147. 316-519-4129. hitveras.org. Hope in a Valley takes in all multiply of equine for reconstruction or remit caring to eventually place them in adoptive homes. Cash to buy pellet and compensate veterinary expenses; turn grain bales of brome or level hay; equine comparison feed; mare and baby feed; salt and vegetable blocks; long-term volunteers.

Wichita Animal Action League, P.O. Box 21401, Wichita, 67208. 316-734-0820. www.waalrescue.org. Advocating for animals in need. Visa present cards for oldster bills; Earthwise pet supply present cards for food and litter; vast and additional vast handle dog kennels; dog houses of all sizes; hardware store present cards to correct fences.

Basic needs

Haysville Community Outreach, 141 N. Lamar Ct., Haysville, 67060. 316-524-6302. westhaysville.com/haysville-community-outreach/. Aiding authorised residents in USD 259 (Wichita schools). Cash; volunteers; toys; food.

United Methodist Open Door, P.O. Box 2756, Wichita, 67201. 316-265-9371. umopendoor.org. Providing simple needs for a homeless and families in formidable financial situations. Clothing apparatus including hats, scarves and socks; non-perishable food donations; hygiene apparatus (toothpaste, deodorant and baby items); cleaning reserve (mops, brooms and cleaning solvents); cash.

Westside Good Neighbor Center, 3500 W. 13th St North, Wichita, 67203. 316-942-7349. We yield food for those in need. Food; money to squeeze food; volunteers.

Children’s services

Camp Quality Kansas, 2617 N. 75th St., Kansas City, Kan., 66109. 913-424-8355. www.campqualityusa.org/ks. Camp Quality serves children in south-central Kansas with cancer and their families by providing year-round programs, practice and companionship, during no cost. Wal-Mart/Sam’s Club present cards; money to assistance with losses like campground rental, food, golf transport rental, medical supplies, activities; landowner boxes; unpainted ceramics and paint; flashlights with batteries.

Carpenter Place, 1501 N. Meridian, Wichita, 67203. 316-942-3221. www.carpenterplace.org. To maintain deeply spiteful girls toward a easy attribute with God, family and community. Items to perform children’s Christmas wish lists; ice maker; vacuums; food.

Child Start, 1002 S. Oliver, Wichita, 67218. 316-682-1853. www.childstart.org. Child Start provides early childhood growth services that ready children for lifelong success. Diapers and wipes; training pants; children’s books; hats and mittens; facial tissues.

EmberHope Youthville, 4505 E. 47th St. South, Wichita, 67210. 316-288-8366. www.emberhope.org. Sparking change to urge lives. First-aid kits; fire-proof close boxes; child-proof cupboard thatch (magnetic); baby gates (pressure mount); Sonic present cards.

Girls on a Run of Sedgwick County, 8518 W. Brookview, Wichita, 67205. 316-461-4516. www.girlsontherunks.org. We enthuse girls to be joyful, healthy and assured regulating a fun, experience-based curriculum that creatively integrates running. Gift cards to squeeze healthy snacks (Dillons, Wal-Mart, Sam’s Club); new using boots (youth sizes 13-3 and adult women sizes 5-9); bureau reserve (paper, index cards, notebooks); LCD projector; route counters (like beads, stickers, construction paper or other tiny items).

Heartspring, 8700 E. 29th St. North, Wichita, 67226. 316-634-8700. www.heartspring.org. Heartspring’s mission, in partnership with parents, professionals and a community, is to assistance children with special needs grow and learn on a route to a some-more eccentric life. Batteries (AA and AAA); feeling toys (light up, vibrate, play music); qualification kits and art reserve (Velcro, crayons, label stock, washable markers, glue sticks); present cards (retail stores, hobby/craft stores, restaurants, book stores, iTunes); cosmetic storage containers.

ICT S.O.S., P.O. Box 8637, Wichita, 67208. 316-444-0192. www.ictsos.org. ICT S.O.S. works as a relationship between a ubiquitous public, veteran agencies and law coercion to quarrel tellurian trafficking by prevention, credentials and resources. Individually wrapped break apparatus and drinks (granola bars, fruit snacks, cookies, route mix, extract boxes, bottled water); new, plain, dark-colored hooded sweatshirts and pants (teen sizes for boys and girls); new bedding and room taste for teen girls; new non-violent toys for boys and girls; journals for comparison teens; volunteers to “adopt” kids from several partner agencies to yield Christmas gifts.

Kansas Children’s Service League, 1365 N. Custer, Wichita, 67203. 316-942-4261. www.kcsl.org. To strengthen and encourage a contentment of children. Baby reserve (diapers, newborn-5; wipes, formula, blankets); child/toddler toys; griddle present cards; books (all ages); children’s winter garments (coats, hats, gloves, scarves).

Kids Need To Eat, P.O. Box 467, El Dorado, 67042. 405-308-9158. www.kidsneed2eat.org. We unite El Dorado LunchBox, that provides giveaway summer dishes for children. We discharge for 6 weeks during a summer to assistance reinstate dishes many eat for giveaway during school. All children age 18 and younger in El Dorado are welcome. Cash to squeeze food to discharge subsequent summer; pledges to unite a uninformed fruit or uninformed veggies day subsequent summer ($200 a day); cosmetic grocery bags to container to-go lunches; cloth totes for weekend food packages for kids; hygiene products (toothpaste, toothbrushes, tiny bars of soap, travel-size bottles of shampoo and conditioner, deodorant).

League 42, P.O. Box 20051, Wichita, 67208. 316-655-1028. league42.org. League 42’s goal is to deliver ball to a girl of Wichita who might not have had a possibility to knowledge a game. Cash for stability restoration of existent ball fields during McAdams Park; new and peculiarity used ball apparatus (gloves, bats, baseballs, catcher’s gear); volunteers.

Sunlight Children’s Advocacy and Rights Foundation (SCARF), 1918 N. Prairie Creek Road, Andover, 67002. 316-733-6700. www.scarfks.org. To yield resources and comforts that support and strengthen abused and neglected children and their families. Copy paper; present cards for toys; garments for children (newborn by 17); hygiene products; books; repository subscriptions.

The Treehouse, 151 N. Volutsia, Wichita, 67214. 316-686-2600. www.wichitatreehouse.com. We support mothers who are in need of baby reserve and parenting education. Similac baby formula; Similac supportive stomach baby formula; diapers (any size); baby wardrobe (any type); baby shampoo and lotion.

Tri-County CASA, 204 W. Central, El Dorado, 67042. 316-320-0238. www.tri-countycasa.com. To yield lerned volunteers, allocated by a court, to disciple for a best seductiveness of abused and neglected children. Laptop computer; copier/printer paper; new children’s books; flashdrives.

Wichita Children’s Home, 810 N. Holyoke, Wichita, 67208. 316-684-6581. WCH.org. The Wichita Children’s Home provides puncture shelter, caring and assault impediment to some-more than 2,500 abused, neglected, deserted and homeless children a year. Clothes and boots for ages baby to 18; toys and games for children and teens; $5 present cards for quick food and QuikTrip; hygiene, personal and beauty products; non-perishable food products, including cracker packs, extract boxes and other healthy snacks.

Youth for Christ, P.O. Box 3700, Wichita, 67201. 316-616-5000. www.yfcwichita.org. We build authentic, Christ-sharing relations with teenagers by charity high propagandize execution and parenting classes, practice training and jobs, conversing to those who are jailed and mentoring. Cash for scholarships; grocery present cards; gas cards; train passes; diapers.

Youth Horizons, 1601 E. Douglas, Wichita, 67211. 316-262-8293. www.YouthHorizons.net. Our goal is to commission children and their families to turn healthy and prolific members of a village and to emanate a national recognition of a needs of at-risk youth. White copy/printer paper; kitchen blade sets; dual vast electric griddles; Wal-Mart present cards; quick food present cards.

Community services

Alzheimer’s Association Central and Western Kansas, 1820 E. Douglas, Wichita, 67214. 316-267-7333. www.alz.org/centralandwesternkansas. To discharge Alzheimer’s illness by a enrichment of investigate and to raise caring and support for individuals, their families and caregivers. Office supply store present cards; Target, Wal-Mart, Dillons present cards; iPod shuffles; headphones; iTune present cards; iPpad.

American Red Cross, 1900 E. Douglas, Wichita, 67214. 316-219-4000. redcross.org/midwaykansas. The American Red Cross prevents and alleviates tellurian pang in a face of emergencies by mobilizing a energy of volunteers and a munificence of donors. Hygiene products; washing and plate soap; cash; vehicles (running or not) for a Red Cross car concession program.

The Arc of Sedgwick County, 2919 W. Second, Wichita, 67203. 316-943-1191. www.arc-sedgwickcounty.org. The Arc, by a 7 vital programs and hundreds of annual events, provides programs and services for some-more than 3,700 people with egghead and developmental disabilities including Down Syndrome, autism, epilepsy and intelligent palsy and their families. Volunteers to be mentors for Cornerstone, a new adult mentoring program; DVD/Blu-ray player; opening cleaner; coolers with wheels; 3-inch to 5-inch binders.

Assistance League Wichita, 2431 E. Douglas, Wichita, 67211. 316-687-6107. www.alwichita.org. Assistance League Wichita is a proffer nonprofit classification whose munificent programs yield services to a community. 1,000 winter hats; 1,000 pairs of gloves; hygiene kits; 10-inch new Teddy Bears; 1,000 children’s belts.

Catholic Charities, 437 N. Topeka, Wichita, 67202-2413. 316-264-8344. CatholicCharitiesWichita.org. Inspired by God’s love, Catholic Charities alleviates misery and builds clever families. Catholic Charities serves all faiths. Canned products for Our Daily Bread food pantry; $10, $15 or $20 present cards for Santa’s Workshop; teen gifts such as ear buds and phone cases; new domicile apparatus such as crockpots, washing baskets and towels.

Disabled American Veterans (DAV), 926 N. Mosley, Wichita, 67214. 316-262-6500. davwichita.com. Provide use and assistance to a internal troops veterans and their families. Packaged food; present cards for food and fuel; winter clothing; cash.

Down Syndrome Society of Wichita, 9415 E. Harry, Suite 706, Wichita, 67207-5084. 316-651-0114. www.dsswichita.org. The goal of a Down Syndrome Society of Wichita is to raise a lives of people with Down syndrome and their families by providing them with support and resources and by lifting open recognition about Down syndrome. PC video camera (USB connection) for Skyping during meetings; microphone for mechanism (USB connection) for use in webinars; DVD or Blu-ray cinema (PG-13 and under); mechanism printer residence labels; printer paper.

Episcopal Social Services, 1010 N. Main, Wichita, 67203. 316-269-4160. esswichita.org. ESS is a Christ-centered method that brings wish to people in need by charity opportunities for certain changes in their lives and provides ways for people to demonstrate their faith by service. Non-perishable food for a customer food pantry; duplicate paper; winter attire for adults (hats, gloves, socks, underwear); volunteers; cash.

Envision, Inc., 610 N. Main, Wichita, 67203. 316-440-1526. www.envisionus.com. To urge a peculiarity of life and yield impulse for a blind and visually marred by employment, outreach, rehabilitation, credentials and research. The Early Childhood module requests tot or toddler puzzles; children’s books; hothouse CDs; baby bibs; displaying clay; feeling toys. The Art module asks for several art supplies, many privately fabric and element for weave arts; new sewing machine. The Kids Club module requests snacks for film nights (popcorn, chips, candy); used or new golf clubs. The Pride Department requests karaoke CDs; DVDs; iPads.

Family Life Center-Safehouse, P.O. Box 735, El Dorado, 67042. 316-321-7104. sites.google.com/site/flcsafehouse/. The goal of a Family Life Center-Safehouse is to yield extensive services and preserve to victims of domestic assault and passionate abuse but courtesy to a individual’s race, color, passionate preference, sacrament or belief. Wal-Mart present cards for presents for a safehouse families; toilet paper; paper towels; cleaning supplies; hygiene products (shampoo, conditioner, physique wash); women and children’s underwear and pajamas (all sizes).

Flint Hills Therapeutic Riding Center, P.O. Box 782622, Wichita, 67278. 316-733-8943. www.fhtrc.org. Flint Hills Therapeutic Riding Center improves a peculiarity of life for children and adults with physical, behavioral or romantic disabilities by recovering horseback riding. Cash; volunteers; present cards (Tractor Supply, Atwoods); 10 supplement sponsorships ($280 for an eight-week session); monthly equine caring and feed for 6 horses ($425 per month per horse).

Kansas DUI Impact Center, 355 N. Waco, Suite 220, Wichita, 67202. 316- 262-1673. www.KSDUI.org. The Kansas DUI Impact Center serves victims of marred pushing and their families, while augmenting recognition of a disastrous consequences of vehicular crime committed underneath a change of drugs and alcohol. Cash; in-kind reserve and services (advertising, printing, IT support); volunteers; house members; arriving eventuality sponsors.

Kansas Area American Diabetes Association, 608 W. Douglas, Suite 100, Wichita, 67203. 316-684-6091. diabetes.org. To forestall and heal diabetes and to urge a lives of all people influenced by diabetes. Plastic storage bins/totes in all sizes; projector; four-wheel automobile palm truck; 10-foot by 10-foot canopies; DVD/Blu-ray player.

Kansas Elks Training Center for a Handicapped (KETCH), 1006 E. Waterman, Wichita, 67211. 316-383-8700. www.ketch.org. KETCH promotes autonomy for persons with disabilities by innovative training practice that support a individual’s choice for working, vital and personification in their community. Depends in several sizes; humanities and crafts supplies; kitchen reserve (cooking utensils, towels, oven mitts, blending bowls, food storage containers); volunteers to assistance with eventuality planning; used workable operative vehicles.

Parents of Murdered Children, 11718 Westport, Wichita, 67212. 316-265-1600. www.pomc.com/chapters/wichita_kansas.htm. POMC creates a disproportion by ongoing romantic support, education, prevention, advocacy and awareness. 10-gallon transparent rabble bags; duplicate paper; bingo volunteers; white label stock.

Rainbows United, 3223 N. Oliver, Wichita, 67220. 316-267-KIDS. RainbowsUnited.org. Rainbows United enhances a lives of children with special needs and their families by bringing together village resources and providing customized services. Board books; touch/feel books; disposable cameras; diapers (sizes 3, 4 and 5); baby wipes; G-rated DVDs; doorway and window alarms.

Ronald McDonald House Charities, 1110 N. Emporia, Wichita, 67214. 316-269-4182. www.rmhcwichita.org. Provide and support programs that directly urge a health and good being of children. Gift cards to Wal-Mart, Dillons, Target, Office Max; paper towels; particular solidified pizza and entrees; lunch beef and cheese; high-efficiency washing detergent.

Saint Francis Community Services, 4155 E. Harry St., Wichita, 67203. 316-831-0330. www.st-francis.org. Saint Francis is a faith-based, behavioral medical classification providing community-based programs and services to children and families. Christmas gifts for children; present cards; children’s blankets/throws; books; coloring books and crayons; personal hygiene items.

Sarah’s Hope Foundation, 3202 W. 13th St. North, Suite 6, Wichita, 67204. 316-209-5029. www.sarahshope.com. To encourage as law a value and grace of tellurian life by credentials in a media. Modern laptop computer; volunteers to do typing; money to put a ads on TV; volunteers.

Speak Out Kansas, 2201 E. 13th St. North, Wichita, 67214. 316-440-7887. www.speakoutkansas.org. To commission different individual, communities and institutions to benefit social, secular and mercantile justice. Audio/video projector; projector screen; one or dual computers; bureau supplies.

Starkey, Inc., 4500 W. Maple, Wichita, 67209. 316-942-4221. www.starkey.org. Starkey nurtures growth and promotes autonomy of people with egghead disabilities. Small kitchen electric appliances; pots and pans; humanities and crafts items; vast cosmetic storage tubs; food storage containers; Ziploc bags (all sizes); washcloths; kitchen towels; vast bath towels; cosmetic tablecloths.

St. Paul’s Lutheran Church ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages), 925 N. Waco, Wichita, 67203. 316-263-0810. English instruction to assistance newcomers to a U.S. urge English to attend in life in a village and ready for citizenship tests. Volunteers; money to cover costs over a fee a students pay.

Wichita Community Theatre, 258 N. Fountain, Wichita, 67208. 316-686-1282. www.wichitact.org. The goal of Wichita Community Theatre is to be an all-volunteer classification that promotes quality, affordable live museum and spontaneous training opportunities. T25 Torx timber screws and bits; LED flashlights; 2-inch and 3-inch masking tape; matte black latex paint; ANSI BTL and EGE melodramatic lamps.

Wichita Independent Neighborhoods, 2755 E. 19th St. North, Wichita, 67214. 316-260-8000. winwichita.wordpress.com. Provides education, resources and an effective voice for stream and intensity members of WIN on peculiarity of life issues in Wichita and Sedgwick County. Garden tools; compost; manure; seeds.

Wichita Public Library Foundation, 223 S. Main, Wichita, 67204. 316-261-8523. www.supportwichitalibraries.org. The WPL Foundation supports library operational needs by hospitality and stewardship directly benefiting a open and not lonesome in a tax-supported budget. Lego building blocks and prosaic Lego bases, all sizes, shapes and colors; cosmetic and wooden kitchen/food and grocery play sets; activity cubes; wooden puzzles; froth blocks; easy to purify educational toys; palm puppets; puppet stages; children’s house games; chess sets; cloth checker boards.

Women’s Recovery Center, 1319 W. May, Wichita, 67213. 316-262-0505, ext. 267. DCCCA.org. We yield drug and ethanol diagnosis for adult women and their children. Diapers; baby wipes; women’s hygiene; towels; bedding; present cards; women’s undergarments.

YWCA Wichita-Women’s Crisis Center, 1111 N. St. Francis, Wichita, 67214. 316-263-7501. www.ywcaofwichita.org. To discharge domestic assault in a village by ancillary survivors by shelter, credentials and advocacy. Toys (ages birth to 12, boys and girls); coats (children’s and women’s); backpacks/duffle bags; diapers (size 4 and 5); pullups; present cards/gas cards ($10 to $20).

Counseling

A Better Choice, 3007 E. Central, Wichita, 67214. 316-685-5757. www.pregnancywichita.com. Compassionately support women confronting an random pregnancy, commencement with a giveaway pregnancy test. Infant formula; baby clothing; baby bath products; postage stamps; bilingual volunteers.

House of Hope Wichita, 1650 S. Georgetown, Wichita, 67219. 316-737-4673. www.houseofhopewichita.org. Restore passion, love, honour and honour to a home. Ten to 20 acres within 20 mins of Wichita; Christian counselors to volunteer.

Never Alone Crisis Ministry, 1205 N. Indiana, Wichita, 67214. 316-682-0207. To serve, support and learn people who have been aggrieved by a aroused act, enlivening wish and healing. Gloves; socks; coats; sweaters (adult and children); soap; lotion; toothpaste; shampoo; food vouchers; present certificates; cash.

Education

Fundamental Learning Center/Right Literacy Academy, 917 S. Glendale, Wichita, 67206. 316-684-7323. www.funlearn.org. We are a credentials hospital for children and teachers. Our programs assistance children with dyslexia and ADHD. Stern Structural Arithmetic #7050 Number Track 1-20 (quantity 6); Foss K-6 (2nd edition): Air and Weather-Complete (item # WX742-5017); Foss Science-Quantity 1; Post-It easel pad (25 inches by 30 inches); double-sided captivating write and clean play from Lakeshore Learning (set of 10); captivating numbers pack from Lakeshore Learning.

Kansas Learning Center for Health, 505 Main St., Halstead, 67056. 316-835-2662. www.LearningCenter.org. To be a premier informal apparatus for peculiarity health education. Wal-Mart present cards; gas cards; stamps; Clorox wipes; paper towels.

KANSEL, 2212 E. Central, Wichita, 67214. 316-263-9620. kansel.org. KANSEL provides adult credentials and workforce preparedness by GED credentials and testing. We also learn English denunciation skills to non-native speakers by a English for Speakers of Other Languages program. Dry erase markers; tutors for math, denunciation humanities and English denunciation classes (ESOL); duplicate paper; handyman to do fix-it jobs during a bureau one or dual times a month; computers/computer monitors.

Health care

Guadalupe Clinic, 940 S. St. Francis, Wichita, 67211. 316-264-8974, ext. 204. www.GuadalupeClinic.com. To yield entrance to required medical for those in need. At a holidays we yield puncture food boxes to a patients. Flats of vegetables (corn, immature beans, cranberry sauce, peas); essentials like oil, flour, cereal and other non-perishable food items; 5-pound bags of potatoes; boxes of stuffing; canned gravy; baby caring apparatus (diapers, wipes); Wal-Mart present cards for medicine purchases; train passes.

Medical Service Bureau, 1530 S. Oliver, Suite 130, Wichita, 67218. 316-683-7559. www.msbmedlinks.org. Link low income, uninsured people of Sedgwick County with remedy medication, diabetic reserve and prophesy care. Funding for children’s eye exams; appropriation for diabetic supplies; ubiquitous cleaning supplies; paper products (toilet paper, paper towels); runner for a office.

Holiday giving

Derby Operation Holiday, 431 S. Woodlawn, Derby, 67037. 316-788-1507. www.derbyophol.org. Supports families in need staying with USD 260 (Derby schools). Cash; non-perishable food items; toys (infant to age 14); volunteers Dec. 11-15.

Share a Season, 301 N. Main, Suite 100, Wichita, 67202. 316-264-4880. www.sharetheseason.org. Joint plan of Wichita Community Foundation, Salvation Army and The Wichita Eagle to assistance people with astonishing needs during a holiday season. Cash.

Homeless services

Baptist Homeless Ministries of Wichita, 417 S. Hydraulic, Wichita, 67201-1108. 316-573-8476. Provide food and wardrobe to people in need. Cash; hats; gloves; socks; blankets.

Center of Hope, 400 N. Emporia, Wichita, 67202. 316-267-3999. centerofhopeinc.org. Mission is to forestall homelessness in a Wichita area; assistance needy families equivocate eviction by assisting with lease and application payments; support families with puncture assistance, domicile and personal necessities. Cash to compensate lease to forestall families from being evicted; present certificates (Dillons, Wal-Mart, Target); diapers; toilet tissue; toothbrushes; toothpaste; bath soap.

Harvey County Homeless Shelter, 900 W. Broadway, Building 7, Newton, 67114. 316-283-7711. hchs-ks.com. Our goal is to uncover a adore of Jesus to those in need of secure, proxy preserve and a palm up, by providing physical, romantic and devout support. Cash donations toward a Red Carpet Holiday Extravaganza fundraiser; money donations to squeeze Christmas gifts for a 12 men, 6 women and 3 families that we yield preserve to; Christmas gifts for men, women and children; sweats; socks; gloves; stocking hats; coats; volunteers to fill shifts via a year (evening shifts from 5 to 11 p.m. and overnight shifts from 11 p.m. to 8 a.m.)

Inter-Faith Ministries, 829 N. Market, Wichita, 67214. 316-264-9303. www.interfaithwichita.org. Inter-Faith Ministries serves a homeless competition with 3 shelters and helps low-income people with Operation Holiday. New twin-size blankets; canned food; money to squeeze food; Dillons present cards; boxes of cereal.

The Salvation Army, 350 N. Market, Wichita, 67202. 316-263-2769. centralusa.salvationarmy.org/wichita. Provide 24/7 caring to families and children; preventing homelessness and insurance from neglect. Toys; diapers; hygiene items; adult men’s hosiery (white athletic); Wal-Mart/Dillons present cards.

Wichita Public Schools Homeless Program, 201 N. Water, Wichita, 67202. 316-973-4670. homelesseducation.usd259.org. Assist homeless students and families with a required apparatus to assistance them overcome obstacles and barriers to an education. Hygiene products (shampoo, conditioner, lotion, deodorant, physique wash); coats (all sizes); blankets; gloves/stocking hats; winter clothes; hosiery and underwear (all sizes).

Senior services

Andover Senior Center, 410 N. Lioba, Andover, 67002. 316-733-4441. Our goal is to encourage friendships and distraction among seniors in a community. Transportation outpost with dais seating; table (66 inches by 22 inches); blurb knives for kitchen; gas griddle for outside cooking.

El Dorado Senior Center, 210 E. Second Ave., El Dorado, 67042. 316-321-0142. The El Dorado Senior Center serves all of El Dorado and Butler County with a goal to unite low- to no-cost services, activities and support for those 50 and improved and their families. Refrigerator; computers (laptop and/or desktop); vast storage shelves; projector; vast television.

LifeVentures, 4407 E. Douglas, Wichita, 67218. 316-682-0504. www.lifeventuresks.com. Enrichment and credentials for late active seniors. Postage stamps; nod cards; paper napkins; disposable coffee cups.

Senior Services, Inc., of Wichita, 200 S. Walnut, Wichita, 67207. 316-267-0302. www.seniorservicesofwichita.org. Senior Services, Inc. of Wichita is dedicated to delivering services that concede comparison adults a event to lead peculiarity lives while stability to make certain contributions to a community. Volunteers for Meals On Wheels delivery; instructors for computer, practice and other classes hold during 4 area comparison centers; adult briefs and other personal hygiene apparatus for homebound comparison citizens; present cards to give to or squeeze appreciation gifts for a volunteers; kitchen reserve (coffee, creamer, sugar, froth coffee cups, napkins, disposable paper plates, cosmetic silverware) for events hold during comparison centers; toiletries (toilet paper, paper towels, palm soap, cleaning supplies) for comparison centers.

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