Wish List for Needed Items

Our clients come to us under a variety of circumstances and with differing needs. No two situations are alike. In order to best serve our varied clientele, we need to have a variety of resources available. While some clients may need the basics to set up a new apartment with dishes, bedding, etc., others may need financial assistance to pay a security deposit or utility bill.

Additionally, we provide primary prevention education curriculum on topics as child protection, healthy relationships and technology safety to over 20,000 local youth annually at no cost to the schools and other community partners.

We constantly work to find innovative ways to continue providing services in our communities. It is a top priority to be good stewards of all our resources.

There are many needed things for our clients and for the efficient operation of our agency. Below is a listing of the most needed items.

Monetary Donations

Ongoing Needs

White copy paper

Colored copy paper

Postage stamps

Marker board/chalkboard erasers

Paper lunch bags

Jasper city trash stickers

Sharpie markers

Flash drives

Paper clips

Card stock

Bottled water

Packing tape

Amazon gift certificates for books

Scotch tape

Books/Videos – Titles can be found on our Amazon Wish List online

Comfort Kit Wish List

We prepare “kits” for area hospitals to assist sexual assault patients seeking medical care. Contact our office for a list of current voids (i.e. cotton sweat suits, white cotton panties, etc.)

Cell Phones

We gladly accept donations of any kind of used cellular/smartphones or new prepaid phones with minutes (i.e. TracPhones).

Critical Needs

Gift cards for Groceries, Gas, Big Lots, Dollar General, Hoosier Business Machines, WalMart, Kmart, True Value, Family Dollar, Dollar Tree, Office Supply Stores, Amazon, etc. Basically, anywhere that you shop for items you need!

Crisis Connection supervises the use of all gift card donations and tightly controls the disbursement of funds.

Thank you for choosing to make a difference…one life at a time…