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Tis better to give: 2011 Nonprofit Wish List

November 22, 2011
(Page 8 of 9)

St. John's Shelter Inc.

Mailing address: P.O. Box 1833, Hagerstown

Phone number: 240-313-3283

Email address: rhogamier@myactv.net

Website address: www.stjohnshagerstown.org

Items for wish list: four water saver toilets; four shower heads; two wardrobes/storage closets; 20 mini blinds (various sizes); outdoor security lighting; two stoves; two refrigerators; large capacity washing machine; four window unit air conditions and flooring materials for five units.

Contact name: Rebecca R. Hogamier

Contact number: 240-313-3283

Drop-off site: St. John's Episcopal Church, 101 Prospect Street, Hagerstown

Hours: Monday through Thursday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.



 Star Community, Inc.

Street address: 13757 Broadfording Church Road, Hagerstown

Phone number: 301-791-0011

Email address: dhopkins@starcommunityinc.org

Website address: www.starcommunityinc.org

Items for wish list: equestrian needs — horses/stable: hay bales, square or round bales; Ivermectin horse wormer; farrier sponsorships, $35; Blue Seal Feed Main Menu; Murphy Oil Soap; leather cleaners, Neastsfoot Oil; horse and draft-size horse halters; duct tape; horse treats; vet wrap; fly spray; stall mats; apples and carrots; baled shavings; double-ended snaps; tack and feed store gift cards. Volunteers/riders: cases of soda and water, hand sanitizer; facial tissues; fast food gift cards and hand warmers. To keep the center clean: 5-gallon yard and leaf bags; laundry detergent; bleach; cleaning supplies; toilet tissue; dish soap and brooms. Office/programs: markers/crayons; horse books; office supply store gift cards; laptop computer; dry erase markers; color copier/printer; printer ink (call for info); travel projector and screen cases; copier paper and traffic cones.  Miscellaneous: video camera; horse trailer and truck; washer and dryer. Day program: wooden or plastic puzzles; art supplies; DVD players; flat-screen TVs; microwaves; sturdy cabinets for storage; sensory items (textures, scented items, light-up items, music/sound items); benches (outdoor); two sets of lockers; tables (plastic); body pillows (with plastic protective covers); towels and washcloths, plastic totes for storage three-ring binders; chairs with and without arms; benches for pool-changing rooms and 1-cup coffee makers

Contact name: Dallas Hopkins

Contact number: 301-791-0011

Drop-off site: Same as street address.

Hours: Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.



 Teens Have Choices

Street address: 88 W Lee St., 2nd Floor, Hagerstown

Phone number: 301-671-3000

Email address: info@teenshavechoices.org

Website address: www.teenshavechoices.org

Items for wish list: laminator and supplies; new color printer; iPad (for presentations); reams of copier and color paper and hanging file folders

Contact name: Shalom Black Lane

Contact number: 301-671-3000

Drop-off site:Same as street address; back entrance is under orange awning

Hours: Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.



 United States Fellowship Inc./Oak Hill House

Street address: 12806 Independence Road, Clear Spring

Phone number:  301-582-4980

Email address: cwiggins@usfellowship.org

Website address www.usfellowship.org

Items for wish list: 14 bath towels, wash clothes and hand towels; toiletries for 14 young men; two microwaves; two refrigerators; one double oven; one new set of free weights; one punching bag (vinyl, 80 pounds or more); school supplies and two basketball backboards with rims.

Contact name: Courtney Wiggins, CEO

Contact Number : 301-582-4980

Drop-off site: Same as street address.

Hours: Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.



 Washington County Community Action Council Inc.

Street address: 101 Summit Ave., Hagerstown

Phone number: 301-797-4161

Email address: kbuchanan@wccac.org

Website address: www.wccac.org

Items for wish list: Nonperishable, unexpired, food and toiletries are needed. Food that can be kept without refrigeration such as cans, jars, vacuum packed or nonperishable wrapped items would be appreciated. Toiletries such as soap, shampoo, razors, diapers, feminine products and deodorant are also needed.

Contact name: Kim Buchanan or Deanie Smith

Contact number: 301-797-4161

Drop-off site: Same as street address.

Hours: Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to noon and 1 to 4:30 p.m.

Special instructions: If dropping off a large item or a large quantity, please call ahead so we can have staff ready to assist.



 Washington County Community Action Council, Inc. for Jonathan Street Planning Committee — Healthy Lives Teen Program

Street address: 101 Summit Ave., Hagerstown

Phone number: 301-797-4161

Email address: kbuchanan@wccac.org

Website address: www.wccac.org

Items for wish list: five basketballs with needle and pump; four Nerf footballs; four rubber kickballs; two soccer balls; two volleyballs; three Nerf Wiffle ball bat and ball sets; badminton set; mesh sports bags to carry items; bean bag toss game; bingo set; jewelry-making supplies.

Contact name: Kimberly J. Buchanan, director of development

Contact number: 301-797-4161

Drop-off site: Same as street address.

Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to noon; 1 to 4:30 p.m.

Special instructions: Items are for Jonathan Street Planning Committee, which is made up of community organizations committed to providing safe, fun, and educational grant funded activities for youth ages 11 to 15 in the Jonathan Street Community. CAC is the fiscal agent for the Jonathan Street Planning Committee.



 Washington County Family Center

Street address: 221 McRand Court, Suite 300, Hagerstown

Phone number: 301-790-4002

Email address: dyorks@dhr.state.md.us

Website address: marylandfamilynetwork.org

Items for wish list: diapers sizes 2 to 5; baby wipes; food items for lunches for participants (i.e. meat, breads, canned goods, etc.); colored pencils; glue sticks; markers; play sand; six dictionaries; six thesauruses; paper plates and disposable bowls.

Contact name: Dori Yorks

Contact number: 301-790-4002

Drop-off site: Family Center, 221 McRand Court, Suite 300

Hours: Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Special instructions: The Washington County Family Center is one of 24 Family Support Centers in the state of Maryland with oversight provided by the nonprofit, Maryland Family Network.



 Washington County Historical Society

Street address: 135 W. Washington St., Hagerstown

Phone number: 301-797-8782

Email address: linda@washcomdhistoricalsociety.org

Website address: www.washcomdhistoricalsociety.org

Items for wish list: More members and volunteers. The gift of time to the Miller House and Beaver Creek School Museums support our mission of preserving local history and inspiring an interest in preserving local history.  A few hours to volunteer per month would help serve our ability to share the wonderful history of Washington County.

Contact name: Linda Irvin-Craig

Contact number: 301-797-8782

Drop off site: Same as street addresss. Miller House, downstairs library and offices

Hours: Tuesday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Special instructions: It is always best to call ahead.



 Washington County Human Development Council, Inc.

Street address: 433 Brewer Ave., Hagerstown

Phone number: 301-491-1810

Email address: harsh@wchdc.org

Website address: www.wchdc.org

Items for wish list: gaming systems and games, vacuum cleaners, kitchen supplies (pots, pans, dishes), copy paper, office supplies, cleaning supplies, laundry detergent, personal hygiene supplies.

Contact name: Ronald Harsh

Contact number: 301-491-1810

Drop-off site: Same as street address.

Hours: Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.



 Washington County Community Mediation Center

Street address: 101 Summit Ave., Hagerstown

Phone number: 301-665-9262

Email address: wccmced@gmail.com

Website address: wccmc.org

Items for wish list: one moderately powerful laptop computer with wireless network capability; one Sprint cell phone and 24 pads of easel paper.

Contact name: Jack Carpenter

Contact number: 301-665-9262

Drop-off site: Same as street address.

Hours: Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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