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Donations Needed for a Nonprofit Organization
Who could donate paper towels and paper products?
Who could donate cleaning supplies, laundry detergent, dishwasher detergent?
Who could donate nonperishable food items to a food pantry?
Who could donate a large white erase board either wall-mounted or freestanding on wheels?
Who could donate a CD player?
Free Donations Available To Nonprofit Organizations Only
Who could use a 55 gallon fish tank with lamps?
Who could use a bag of unused hotel soaps, shampoos and conditioners?
Who knows where to donate bikes (on the west side of the city) that need repair and then are given to needy youth?
Who knows of a nonprofit organization that could take down 5 black walnut trees about 12-14 inches diameter and take the wood?
Who could use a bag of gently used assorted youth hockey equipment?
Who could use a stair lift?
Donations Needed for a Nonprofit Organization Only
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Who Can Volunteer…
Aurora House of Western Monroe County, Inc.
Karen Kuebler, 585-617-4863; 2495 Union St., Spencerport
Volunteers needed for hands on care of our terminally ill residents.
Begin Again Horse Rescue
585-322-2427; 3341 Plank Road (15A), Lima
Looking for volunteers to around the farm, cleaning stalls and paddocks, help with advertising and coordinating other volunteers.
Benincasa Home for the Terminally Ill
Lori LaSalle, 585-624-8070; 3880 Rush Mendon Rd, Mendon
Looking for volunteer caregivers.
email@example.com; 55 Wilcox Lane, Canandiagua, NY 14424
Volunteers needed to build a loft in our large shed at our Canandaigua site. This would help us store equipment more efficiently. If you are handy and are willing to donate a few hours of your time, please let us know. We will provide the wood if you provide the manpower.
Children Awaiting Parents
Patricia Burks, 585-232-5110; 595 Blossom Rd., Suite 306
Looking for volunteer male mentors for teen boys.
The Coordinated Child Development Program, Inc.
www.ccdpkids.net; Esther, 585-394-5310 for more information or to apply.
We are a not-for-profit 501 (c) 3 organization that manages before and after school programs for children ages 5
(kindergarten) to 12 years (6th grade). Volunteers needed to help children with their homework from 3:45 to 5pm. Days can be flexible from Monday-Friday. Opportunities available in Clifton Springs, Canandaigua and Gorham, NY. This is a great opportunity for retired teachers that want to help children.
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