A wish list should include anything you can think of that might help you or your agency accomplish its mission. People might not have money to contribute but they may have that 3-hole paper punch you need.
Your target audience is the public at large. You can reach them with fliers on bulletin boards and post your list on the Volunteer Center's website.
Good idea - spread the word. If you choose to post fliers on local bulletin boards, we might suggest that you reduce the size to half a sheet. It will save you on paper, printing costs and the chances of it being visible on our over-crowded bulletin boards. Also, be specific with sizes, details and value. It might be that someone will want to 'adopt' one of the window blinds you need or the computer software you need. Maybe they have what you need or maybe they will want to contribute the money so you can purchase it yourself.
Don't be afraid - put everything on your list - there's no way for anyone to know if they have what you need if you don't put it out there! Here are some ideas of items you may want to include on your list:
Below are organizations that are counting on your generosity to continue to service the community. They have listed specific items that they need. Take a look at the groups and the things they need. Then, if you can help, contact information is provided for each organization.
to the Volunteer Center with details about what your organization
needs. Please be as specific as possible.
The Volunteer Center
staff is on hand to answer any questions. Please don't hesitate to