FIND IT… DONATE IT…
Who knows who purchased the Cinderella doll at the
Livonia Center Presbyterian Church Rummage Sale (Cinderella’s sleeve has been found)?
Who knows of a repairman who can fix an electronic Olivetti typewriter?
Free Donations Available To Nonprofit Organizations Only
Who could use a 25” Mitsubishi TV in very good working condition?
Who could use 26 rolls of masking tape?
Who could use a 27” screen, 40” tall, swivel base, all wood, analog TV (excellent condition)?
Who could use a year’s worth of Good Housekeeping (Nov. 2011-Oct. 2012) & Woman’s Day (Sept. 2011-Sept. 2012)
Who could use about 2 dozen adult diapers (not pull ups)?
Who could use an HP laser printer in good condition?
Donations Needed for a Nonprofit Organization Only
Who could donate canned and microwavable foods, cookies, beef or turkey jerky, juice boxes and candy (no chocolate –
except M&M’s) to soldiers serving in Afghanistan?
Who could donate tampons, hair ties, lotions, etc. to military women overseas?
Who could donate unwanted or expired coupons (up to six months after expiration date) to military families to use at military commissaries?
Who could donate a computer desk and chair?
Who could donate 4 maple dining room chairs?
Who could donate 7 large cork boards?
Who could donate 7 small file boxes?
Who could donate a sitting bench for a front hallway?
Who could volunteer their time to do grant writing and research for trap/neuter/spay program in Ontario County?
About getting a letter to a GI serving overseas in the War: Call the USO at 1-888-484-3876.
About removing stains from a tile floor: Try a product called The Works (find at Wal-Mart).
Free Donations Available to Nonprofit Organizations Only
About violin music and violin bow: Call 245-9149.
Who Knows is for uncommon items or services.
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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.
Newark-Wayne Community Hospital & DeMay Living Center
Marie Burnham, day phone: 315-332-2273;
Looking for friendly, dedicated volunteers in a wide variety of areas, such as working in the Mulberry and DeMay Gift Shops, assisting staff in the Emergency Department, transporting specimens from the blood draw station to the lab in a tote-on- wheels, working with our chaplain tending to the spiritual needs of patients and residents, escorting participants on outings, and working in the Snack Bar. Written application and medical clearance are required and training is provided.
The Vincent House
(585) 728-2427; firstname.lastname@example.org;
310 Second Avenue, Wayland, NY 14572
Looking for volunteer caregivers, house and grounds routine maintenance volunteers and fundraising volunteers.
Jeanna Rouland, HR Volunteer Coordinator, (315) 331-7741,
ext. 267, email@example.com
Opportunities for volunteering include participating in÷º reading, crafts, and music activities in our÷º Day Habilitation Program;
lunch monitors; one-on-one experiences such as reading, photography, gardening in a group home setting and/or
assistance with recreational outings and weekend respite services.÷º We are also looking for volunteers to assist in our preschool program – Roosevelt Children’s Center – in a classroom setting.÷º We also have special events during the year like our Agency Golf Tournament, United Way Walk, fundraisers and more! A special request is for pet therapy in our Clinic – Occupational÷º Therapy÷º Department and÷º also in our Residential Program.÷º
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