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Adult Support & Advocacy

Adult Guardianship Services (AGS)

  • Program needs: gift cards to purchase clothes for those in need of new, clean clothing.
  • Suggestions include: $20 gift cards to Target or Wal-mart.
  • Volunteer Recognition: gift card to restaurants and movie theaters
  • Miscellaneous: stamps/postage
  • Contact Beth Reid at 216.696.1132 x190.
Volunteer Guardianship Program - Lorain County (VGP)

  • Program needs: gift cards to purchase clothes for those in need of new, clean clothing.
  • Suggestions include: $20 gift cards to Target or Wal-mart.
  • Volunteer Recognition: gift card to restaurants and movie theaters
  • Toiletries
  • Miscellaneous: stamps/postage, soda pop
  • Contact Nita Bring-Mazurek at 440.934.3613

Services to Adult Care Homes (SACH)


  • Food: hams and turkeys, and paper products and decorations for annual Christmas party.
  • Miscellaneous: gifts for men and women for annual Christmas party.
  • Call Wanda Olmeda at 216.621.8322. Any and all amounts are welcome.


Community Re-entry

Women’s Re-Entry Network (WREN)

  • Toiletries: washcloths, sanitary supplies, lotion, deodorant, shampoo, conditioner, toothpaste and soap
  • Miscellaneous: All day bus passes for Cleveland RTA
  • Gift cards: Dave’s Supermarket, Save A Lot, Wal-mart and Family Dollar
  • Contact Gloria Pickett at 216.696.7535

Comprehensive Case Management Services

  • Clothing: new men's and women's socks and underwear
  • Miscellaneous: All day bus passes for Cleveland RTA
  • Gift cards: Wal-mart, Target, Gabriel Brothers and gas stations
  • Contact Gloria Pickett at 216.696.7535


Friend-to-Friend

  • Miscellaneous: stamps/postage.
  • Contact Lynn Schlessman at 216.861.1838


Housing & Shelter

Men's Shelter at 2100 Lakeside

  • Bedding: twin-size sheets, pillows, pillow cases and blankets
  • Kitchenware: silverware, pots, pans, strainers, can openers, spatulas, etc
  • Clothes: jeans, dress pants, dress shirts, ties, winter coats (L - 4XL), belts, underwear, dress shoes, t-shirts, hats, gloves, socks, sweaters, jackets and boots
  • Personal: shampoo, lotion, toothbrushes, toothpaste, deodorant, disposable razors, shaving cream, combs, picks, brushes, soap, bodywash, lip balm, q-tips, nail files, towels
  • Misc.: suitcases, gas cards, portable fans, ibuprofen, cough drops, cough medicine, medicated foot powder, multi-vitamins, reading glasses, stamps, bus tickets, folding chairs, head phones, mp3 player/radio
  • Contact Mike Moguel at 216.566.0047, ext. 118.


Support To At-Risk Teens

Next Step - assisted living

  • Electronics: televisions, VCR/DVD players, radios, telephones, alarm clocks, lamps, fans and microwaves.
  • Furniture: couches, beds (preferably twin or full), futons, dressers, kitchen tables and end tables.
  • Household items: comforters/blankets, sheet sets, pillows, shower curtains, rugs, pots/pans, dishes, iron/ironing board, curtains, blinds, hangers and towels.
  • Cleaning supplies: brooms/dust pans, mops, buckets, plungers, toilet brushes, oven cleaner, disinfectant spray, laundry detergent, dishwashing detergent, bathroom cleaner, bleach, garbage bags and paper towels.
  • Personal hygiene: soap, women's sanitary supplies, shampoo/conditioner, toothbrushes, toothpaste, deodorant, tylenol or motrin, cough suppressant, cough drops, first aid supplies, hand sanitizer, lotion and toilet paper.
  • Baby items: cribs, toddler beds, infant/toddler car seats, play pens, baby swings,strollers, baby bouncers, crib sheets, baby gates, outlet covers, baby/toddler toys, infant tylenol or motrin, baby thermometer, diapers, formula, bottles, diaper bages, baby wipes, baby powder, baby lotion.
  • Contact Michelle Latham-Morris at 216.221.8920


Next Step - youth shelter

  • Clothing: house shoes, hospital socks (treaded sole), female undergarments, male undergarments (30-46 waist sizes)
  • Furniture: 3 sofas
  • Personal hygiene: african-american hair care products, female hygiene products, deodorant, toothpaste
  • Entertainment: PG-13 DVDs, Playstation 2 games
  • Miscellaneous: journals, AA and AAA batteries, medium-sized plastic drinking cups
  • Contact  Michelle Latham-Morris at 216.221.8920


Youth Employment Program (YEP)

  • Miscellaneous: soap, hand lotion, pens, pencils,
  • Participant Recognition: gift cards to stores and fast food restaurants
  • Volunteer: volunteers 20 hr/wk, guest speakers also needed to speak on a variety of topics
  • Contact Gerald Ford, YEP Director, at 216-249-3988.

     


After School Prevention Resources

  • Program Supplies: computer supplies, art supplies, basketballs, guitars and musical instruments
  • Food: non-perishable healthy snacks, beverages
  • Entertainment: new or gently used computer games, tickets to sports and entertainment events, playstation 3 games, dvds
  • Electronics: gently used cell phones, mp3 players, flash drives and headphones
  • Clothing: athletic wear, basketball shorts, t-shirts, tank tops, sweatpants, etc.
  • Miscellaneous: gift cards for incentives and awards, bus passes, backpacks
  • Contact Gary Mazzeo at 216.651.6841

 

 

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