Holiday Wish List

Keywords Philanthropy

The following is a list of Indianapolis-area not-for-profit organizations and the things each needs most. This is an opportunity
for businesses and individuals to make tax-deductible gifts in the spirit of the season. Anyone who wishes to make a contribution
should contact the organization directly.

This list is being published through Dec. 21. Requests should be limited
to five items or services (not cash) and should include a contact name, telephone number and e-mail address. Submit requests
by e-mail to, fax to 263-5406, or mail to Holiday Wish List, Indianapolis Business Journal, 41 E. Washington
St., 46204.

Assistance League of Indianapolis, Barbara Zurek, 872-1010,
Grant writer, information technology consultant, software, books for students in grades K-6, printing services.

Fairbanks, Katy Crichlow Cummings, 572-9398, registrations,
six portable CD players, yoga music CDs, art supplies, sports equipment.

Flanner House, Myron
Richardson, 925-4231, Nintendo Wii, outdoor awning, children’s cots, healthy pre-packaged
snacks, IndyGo bus passes.

Girls Inc., Alison Schumacher, 522-2603,
“Green” project materials, Goodwill gift certificates, T-shirt printing services.

Senior Center Inc.
, Rick France, 263-6270, American flags, long-handled shovel, long-handled
garden hoe, weather radio with alert, office-supply gift cards.

Jackson Center for Conductive Education,
Melanie DePoy, 834-0200, New computers, digital camera, postage, privacy curtains for changing
area, employee lockers.

Partners in Housing Development Corp., Caroline Richardson, 633-1861, Furniture, lawn-maintenance equipment, trailer, large-screen TV, monthly half-fare bus passes.

Mary Rigg Neighborhood Center, Jenna Wachtmann, 639-6106, Mini-bus, shelving
units, file cabinets with locks/keys, metal rolling carts, commercial refrigerator.

United Cerebral
Palsy Association of Greater Indiana
, Donna Roberts, 632-3561, Volunteers, Web designer/manager,
document scanner, committee and board members.

Agape Therapeudic Riding Resources Inc., Debbie
Laird, 773-7433, Yard-Man gas blower-vacuum, cordless Grasshog trimmer and edger, white copy paper,
senior horse feed, gift cards.

CICOA Aging & In-Home Solutions, Dana Robinson, 803-6019, Eighteen-gallon plastic storage containers, 6-inch poinsettias, refrigerator, gas range.

Central Indiana Land Trust, Maria Steiner, 631-5263, GPS unit, surveying
services, environmental assessment services, appraisal services, advertising expertise.

Champ Camp,
JoBeth Zimmerman, 331-6547, Radios, LCD projector, new computer, 12 chairs for conference table, camera.

Craine House, Robin Long-Jordan, 925-2833, Postage stamps, IndyGo bus
passes, handyman repairs, diapers, legal aid for residents.

Dayspring Center, Cheryl Herzog,
635-6780, Milk, lemonade/iced tea mix, butter or margarine, disposable diapers, deodorant.

Dyslexia Indiana, Sylvia McGhee, 545-5451, Matching conference chairs,
executive desk, space heaters, cooling fans, small folding tables.

HVAF of Indiana Inc., Tina
Shelley, 951-0688, Non-perishable food items, personal hygiene items, winter garments, towels, pillows
and cases.

Heritage Place of Indianapolis Inc., Ruth Ann Schroeder, 283-6662,
Dry-erase markers and cleaner, white and colored paper, postage stamps, tractor-feed labels and paper, paper or foam cups.

Indianapolis Early Learning Center, Amanda Byrd, Macintosh computer,
picnic table, digital cameras, laser printer.

Indy Reads, M. Travis DiNicola, 275-4035,
Desktop laser printer, desktop printer/copier combo, boxes of 11-inch-by-17-inch paper, collapsible luggage hand cart, white

Mental Health America of Greater Indianapolis, Amy Tobias, 251-0005,
Digital camera, copy paper, stainless-steel dinner forks and teaspoons, printing and embroidery services, assistance with
crisis communications plan.

Noble of Indiana, Rita Davis, 375-4256,
Nintendo Wii, sports equipment, rocking chairs, bean bag chairs, DVD/VCR player.

Sheltering Wings,
Mary Williams, 718-0735, Tickets for cultural events, gas cards, car kits, tissue paper, postage

Shepherd Community Center, Mary Jo Hein, 375-0203, Volunteers.

St. Mary’s Child Center, Shannon Marschak, 635-1491,
Double-sided tape, Wal-Mart gift cards, copy paper, washable paint, volunteers.

Sycamore Services Inc.,
Marcia Lynch, 664-7075, Laptop computers, scanners, printers, conference room table and chairs.

Training Inc., Samantha Cappadona, 264-6740, Winter coats, bus
passes, one-gigabyte flash drives, grocery gift cards, refrigerator.

Trusted Mentors, Jeri
Warner, 985-5041, Large white board, conference table, one-inch, three-ring binders, tickets to
community events, $5 gift cards.

The Villages, Kelly Young, 753-3258,
New baby and children’s clothing, books, games, toys, art supplies.

The Wellness Community-Central
, Kathleen Spears, 257-1505, Printer ink for HP Officejet Pro K550, white copy
paper, nine-inch-by-12-inch mailing envelopes, yoga mats, volunteer receptionist.•

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