Holiday Wish List

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 weekly through Dec. 23.

Requests should be limited to five items or services (not cash) and should include a contact name, telephone number and email address. Submit requests by email to [email protected], fax to 263-5406, or mail to Holiday Wish List, Indianapolis Business Journal, 41 E. Washington St., 46204.

Albert & Sara Reuben Senior and Community Resource Center, Lori Moss, 259-6824, [email protected] File folders, labels (5161), manila envelopes, cases of white copy paper, oil change certificates and gas cards for vehicles used to transport older adults to medical appointments.

Building Tomorrow Inc., Katie Zarich, 632-3545, ext. 303, [email protected] Frequent flier miles, GSM phones with good cameras, digital single-lens reflex camera with video capabilities.

Camptown, Don Schafer, 471-8277, [email protected] Digital cameras, 4’x8’ white board, waterproof walkie-talkies, graphic design services, Seal-a-Meal and sealer bags.

Cancer Support Community Central Indiana, Brandi Truesdale, 257-1505, [email protected]cancersupportindy.org. Projector screen, projector clicker, Google Chromecast, laptop computer, catering cart.

Chaucie’s Place, Toby Stark, 759-8008, [email protected] Ten Rubbermaid storage containers, 66 quart or larger; vacuum cleaner for carpet and hardwood; personal hand truck/luggage card; Canon ink tanks (Pixma MG6320-251 BK; 251C; 251M; 251Y; 251GY; 250xl PGBK); HP ink cartridges (HP 564XL – black, cyan, magenta, yellow).

Children’s Bureau Inc., Sarah Bradbury, 375-5290, [email protected] Personal care/hygiene items, toys, clothing (infant-teen sizes), Wal-Mart or grocery store gift cards, school and art supplies.

Dove Harbor, Deanna Zimmer, (765) 642-1853, [email protected] Meijer, Wal-Mart, Kroger, Marsh or gas gift cards; digital camera; DVD players; CD players.

Down Syndrome Indiana, Lisa Wells, 925-7617, [email protected] Copy paper, stamps, gift certificate for Quill.com office products website, blue pens, hand sanitizer.

Dress for Success Indianapolis, Brandy Wright, 940-3737, [email protected] Closed-toe, interview-appropriate, women’s shoes/boots; women’s suits, blouses and career-wear, especially plus-sizes; portfolios for carrying resumes; interview-appropriate earrings/necklaces; gas cards and bus passes.

Fairbanks, Stacy Traylor, 572-9384, [email protected] Bath towels, pillows, blankets, twin bed sheets, kitchen supplies.

Forest Manor Multi-Service Center, Regina Marsh, 545-1204, ext. 180, [email protected] Youth and seniors-friendly tables and chairs, non-perishable food items, G-rated Wii and Xbox games, in-kind staff development, carpet replacement.

Girls Inc. of Greater Indianapolis, Lee Ann Jourdan, 522-2603, [email protected] Wal-Mart, Target or Sam’s Club gift cards, Hula Hoops, playground balls, playing cards, board games.

Girls on the Run of Hamilton County, Kelley Stokesbary, (859) 396-5612, [email protected] Printer and white copier paper; 50 packages of multi-colored construction paper; 20 plastic storage totes, preferably with lids, in sizes ranging from 11 gallon to 35 gallon; 50 boxes of 8-count markers in bright or neon colors; pop-up banner.

Grace Church Care Center, Keith Carlson, 848-2722, [email protected] Vehicles that can be repaired and used by families who need transportation to work.

Harbor Light Center, Beckie Stearns, 224-0515, [email protected] Nicotine patches or nicotine lozenges, suckers to help with cigarette cravings.

Hendricks County Senior Services, Marina Keers, 745-4303, [email protected] Decaf coffee, lemonade mix, paper towels, Ice Melt, copy paper.

Hendricks Regional Health Foundation, Sue Bogan, 745-7376, [email protected] Video production services, printing/mailing services, 30 cases of bottled water, 220 sleeves of golf balls, gift cards.

Heritage Place, Ruth Ann Schroeder, 283-6662, [email protected] Dry erase markers and cleaner, 2’ x 3’ dry erase board, copy paper (assorted colors), white adhesive name badges, card stock paper (assorted colors).

Hope Academy, Stacy Traylor, 572-9384, [email protected] Flash drives, composition notebooks, spiral notebooks, scientific calculators, Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous books.

Horizon House, Mary Stickelmaier, 396-6342, [email protected] Winter hats, gloves and scarves; deodorant; disposable razors; men’s and women’s long underwear, size M to XXL; men’s and women’s coats, size L to XXL.

Horizons at St. Richard’s Episcopal School, Emily Schroeder, 926-0425, [email protected] Artist and/or scientist to teach enrichment activities (2-5 hrs/wk for five weeks in summer),120 swimming goggles, design and printing services for 150 t-shirts, $5-10 gift cards, MacBook Pro.

HVAF of Indiana Inc., Debra Des Vignes, 951-0688, [email protected] Men’s long johns, all sizes; men’s coats, all sizes; men’s winter gloves, all sizes; canned goods, twin sheets.

Ian Smith Foundation, Ian Smith, 319-9513, [email protected] Twelve-passenger van, volunteers to help with fundraising, school supplies, access to a facility to host a summer camp, videographer for programs and events.

Indiana Blind Children’s Foundation, Theresa Brun, 554-2742, [email protected] Printer/scanner in good working condition, volunteer recognition items (for example, gift cards), office supplies, printing services, volunteer with financial services expertise.

IndyFringe Festival, Pauline Moffat, 522-8099, [email protected] Five tablet computers to be used for signing up volunteers, collecting database information and box office accounting.

Indy Reads, Alyssa Newerth, 275-4048, [email protected] Digital video projector, Keurig coffee pods, graphic design assistance, iPad mini, coat tree.

Institute for Affordable Transportation, Will Austin, 213-1088, [email protected] Retractable banner for exhibit displays, gas station gift cards, Africa or mobility-themed artwork for new offices, thank you gifts for volunteers (value around $10), drill press for Tanzania partner.

Jameson Camp, Yvonne Matlock, 241-2661, ext. 12, [email protected] Full-size work truck in good mechanical condition, snow blower(s), blender(s), projector(s), laptop(s) with Windows 7.0 OS.

JCC Indianapolis, Martha Karatz, 251-9467, ext. 2209, [email protected] Web designer to create an entirely new website; paper cutter with 11×17 capability; large bookshelves; adult table(s) and chairs; equipment for early childhood physical education program including gymnastic mats, cones, balls and youth-size trampoline.

Keep Indianapolis Beautiful Inc., Beth Kloote, 264-7555, ext. 107, [email protected] Wheelbarrows, gift cards for volunteer recognition, hand pruners, five-gallon buckets, 75-lb ice machine.

Kids Against Hunger of Central Indiana, Angie Mollenkopf, 843-9353, [email protected] iPads for registration at events, cargo van, sound system, cabinetry, new website design and implementation.

Little Red Door Cancer Agency, Zina Kumok, 550-2226, [email protected] Nutritional supplements (preferably Boost or Ensure); any color or length wigs, in new or good condition; hats/scarves/turbans; incontinence supplies (adult diapers in new or unopened packages); ostomy supplies (wafers and pouches).

Mary Rigg Neighborhood Center, Jess Laumann, 639-6106, ext. 205, [email protected] Utility van for food pantry pick-ups; up to 20,000 square feet of carpet tiles; six-foot white, plastic tables; four foldable, pop-up canopy tents; commercial-quality freezer or refrigerator.

My Sister’s Place, Carol Wellman, 509-1219, [email protected] Vacuum cleaner, clothing baler, assistance with marketing brochure and/or PSA’s, sponsorship for printer ink for one year, sponsorship for payment of internet for one year.

National Kidney Foundation of Indiana, Nicki Howard, 722-5640, [email protected] Two portable cholesterol testing machines and 200 testing strips.

National Youth Advocate Program, Ashleigh Markoff, 376-9831, [email protected] Touch screen monitor(s); laptop computers; Cisco wireless conference station; cribs/toddler beds; Wal-Mart, Target or Visa gift cards.

New Life Development Ministries, Eric Calvert, 890-1228, [email protected] Computers (laptop or desktop), overhead projector with laptop connection, broadcast quality Sony video camera, flat-screen TV with DVD player, pickup trucks.

Noble of Indiana, Rita Davis, 375-4256, [email protected] Adjustable tables, handicap-adaptable gardening equipment, iPads, rocking chairs or gliders, six-foot white plastic tables with folding legs

Peace Learning Center, Stacy Robinson, 327-7144, [email protected] Gift cards to help with food and holiday gifts for children, handyman to clean gutters, art supplies, deep sink with counter, electrician to help install lighting and displays.

People for Urban Progress, Michael Bricker, (512) 289-9244, [email protected] Industrial sewing machine with an arm, hi-res projector, industrial washing machine, color laser printer, billboard space.

Pink Ribbon Connection, Dori Sparks-Unsworth, 255-7465, [email protected] Electrical wiring for office stove installation, 1,000 pink ink pens with our logo for marketing, carpet installation, 100 8×12 cardboard photograph envelopes, three reams of 20 lb. letter-size pink copy paper.

Rock Steady Boxing, Joyce Johnson, 205-9198, [email protected] Hand weights (less than 15 lbs), Frisbees, boomerangs, basketballs, rowing exercise machine.

The Salvation Army Ruth Lilly Women and Children’s Center, Pamela Fleck, 224-1066, [email protected] Rocking chair for nursery, diapers, twin blankets, twin sheets, pillows.

Second Helpings Inc., Betsy Whitmore, 632-2664, ext. 12, [email protected] IndyGo bus passes, Kroger gift cards, postage stamps, industrial vacuum cleaner, 20” or larger flat-screen TV.

The Social of Greenwood, Liz McKinley, 882-4810, [email protected] Copy paper, new or used passenger van, conference table with chairs, 12 matching folding tables, commercial grade serving utensils.

Spay-Neuter Services of Indiana Inc., Cheri Storms, 767-7771, [email protected] Postage stamps, 20-lb bright white letter-size copy paper in 500-sheet reams, 4 1/8 x 9 ½-inch left window security tinted white envelopes, Brother TN420 black toner cartridge, Epson DURABrite T126120 Ultra 126 high-capacity black inkjet cartridge.

St. Mary’s Child Center, Shannon Marschak, 361-4882, [email protected] Wal-Mart gift cards, copy paper, paint, boys and girls underwear size 4-6, unisex sweatpants size 4-6.

Teachers Treasures, Barb Sweeney, 264-1758, [email protected] Awning to cover the donation drop-off area, forklift walk-behind, 12-phone phone system, paper/poster board in any size or color, new or gently used office supplies.

Traders Point Christian Academy, Fred Means, 769-2450, ext. 238, [email protected] School bus in good condition; non-CDL box truck; South Bend commercial double convection oven; 10-foot conference table with chairs; 50-inch, 16-channel XLR snake and stage lights.

Trinity Free Clinic, Maggie Charnoski, 819-0773, [email protected] Black ink pens, adult-size toothbrushes, toothpaste, copier paper, first-class postage stamps.

The Villages, Katee Franson, 775-6500, [email protected] New toys, books, and games for children in foster care; gift cards for Wal-Mart, Meijer and local grocery stores; video production services; coats, hats, and gloves/mittens in all sizes and colors.

Volunteers of America of Indiana Inc., Mary Leffler, 686-9871, [email protected] IndyGo bus passes; small color printer; treadmill; winter hats, gloves and scarves (men’s and women’s) and umbrellas; personal hygiene items.

WaterStep Indy, CoraLyn Turentine, 354-6491, [email protected] Multi-function printer, Magic jack equipment, new donor management software, new promotional video, spot graphic for box truck.

Wings for West Africa, Kathleen Lattimer, 407-8289, [email protected] Working flat-panel computer monitors, laptop computers with current adapters, duo core computers, computer mice, extra sturdy corrugated cardboard 40”x46” or larger.•

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