Wish List

Ed’s Top Eight-

The Top Eight Things We Need Each Month at the Shelter

The support of the community is invaluable to us! Because we are often asked what we need, here is our current wish list (updated monthly.)  Please call us at our new number (720)-799-9400 if you would like to donate any of these items and we would be happy to arrange a time to meet you!

July 2016- An Exciting New Wishlst! 

Marisol Home wish list 7-25-16

Please see the announcement on 7/25 for more information about Marisol Home!   Link here- Marisol wishlist announcement

Ed’s Top Eight- June 2016

    1. Brita (or similar) water filter/pitcher
    2. Bus tickets
    3. Work-out videos or DVDs (the ladies are excited about zumba!)- Received some! 
    4. Sunscreen- received some! 
    5. Long outdoor hose/sprinkler/plastic kids’ pool  Received! 
    6. Water bottles– Received!
    7. Scooters for the playground
    8. Tickets for family activities- aquarium, zoo, movies, etc.

    **Bonus!  We broke the lid on our crockpot and need a replacement lid: Hamilton Beach parts  (Model 33969, part 990126000)**  On its way in the mail! 

If you would like more information about any of these items, or would like to donate, please reach out to us.  Call the office at 720-799-9400, or email FEJHVolunteers@ccdenver.org.

Thank you, as always, for your ongoing support of the families here at Father Ed’s!


Ed’s Top Eight- May 2016

We value the support we receive from our community!  Our top needs right now are:

  1. Paper towels (for our alumni families)
  2. Cleaning products (also for alumni- these could be multi-purpose cleaners, toilet bowl cleaner, disinfectant sprays, etc.)
  3. Day planners (even small ones from the dollar store)
  4. Crib for a new baby due soon!  Or a bassinet in the meantime until we get a crib!
  5. Bus tickets- always a need, but especially in the summer
  6. Received!  Thank you!   A walker for an alumni client (we need a specific one- link will be posted soon)
  7. Received!  Thank you!  Shirt and tie- new please!  We have a young man graduating high school very soon.  Mom got him a suit, but he needs a shirt and tie.  White shirt, any color tie.  He wears a size medium.
  8. Long hose for outside (and maybe a new sprinkler- summer is coming!)

If you would like more information about any of these items, or would like to donate, please reach out to us.  Call the office at 720-799-9400, or email FEJHVolunteers@ccdenver.org.

Thank you, as always, for your ongoing support of the families here at Father Ed’s!




Happy New Year!

January & February 2016 Wish List

  1. Drying Rack for clothes
  2. Electric Pencil Sharpener
  3. Baby Wipes
  4. 2 Gently Used Area Rugs
  5. 1 Bar Stool that can hold 350lbs
  6. RTD Bus Tickets
  7. Kid Friendly Thermometer
  8. Piano Bench

March 2015 Wish List-

  • Vacuums (for alumni)
  • White board (for life skills group)
  • 2 large kitchen trash cans (for the shelter)
  • $10 and $15 gift cards to Safeway/King Soopers
  • Background for our faith bulletin board- Last Supper
  • Storage bins (for shoes and clothes)
  • Easter Egg tree
  • Shower caddies- similar to these from Amazon

October 2014

  1. Canned food for the Alumni families
  2. Toilet Paper for the Alumni families
  3. Personal Products for the women
  4. Baby Monitors (5-8)
  5. Small Bulletin Boards for each of rooms (9)
  6. 1 Large White Board for the group facilitators to write on during our life skill classes
  7. Bus tickets – we can never receive too many of these!
  8. Pumpkins which can be carved by the families


September 2014

1) Baby Wipes/Size 4 diapers

2) Bus Tickets – we need lots!

3) Bins for storage – Link to an example of a bin

4) Shower Curtains – for our Alumni

5) Brand new Socks/Underwear for kids. All ages and for boys and girls

6) Hair Conditioner

7) Baby Formula – Enfamil or Similac

8) Lager Bulletin Boards or White Boards – ones that we can hang on the wall and post up the pictures that the kids draw


July 2014

1). Brooms – 1inside the house and 1 outside the house.

2). Bulletin Boards for each of the rooms (9)

3). Shower Baskets for each family (9) Click here for an example

4). Plastic Bins – storage for the rooms (20) – Click here for the type we need

5). Plastic Bins for under the bed (30) – Click here for the type we need and will fit.

6). Hygiene Items – Lg shampoo, conditioner, Soap, Deodorant, Dish Shop, or Toilet Paper

7). Plastic Accordion File – this helps our mom’s stay organized! Click here for an example

8). Bus Tickets


June 2014

1) Spare bathroom rugs

2) Ice packs (for summer ouches!)

3) Size 6 diapers

4) Hygiene items for alumni (shampoo, deodorant, body wash, etc.)

5) Large serving spoons (not slotted)

6) Box fans (it’s getting hot!)

7) Kids’ swimming pool- inflatable would be great- for our water day/spring cleaning day on June 28th

8) Big need item- a new dishwasher! Ours has served us well for several years now, but its new needs aren’t fixable. Please call Amy at 303-866-7641 for details about this.

Extra fun– Sign up with Father Ed Judy House on the new Catholic Charities Get Connected volunteer website! You’ll be updated about new volunteer needs, our wish list each month, and any other Catholic Charities programs you’d like to follow. Check it out at serve.ccdenver.org


May 2014 Wish List
1. Shaving cream and razors
2. Antenna for the TV (we might need something stronger than bunny ears)
3. Large bottles of shampoo and conditioner
4. RTD bus tickets
5. Passes for movies, Pirates’ Cove, and other summer activities for alumni families
6. Diapers- size 4 and 5- we are out!
7. Spare bathroom rugs
8. Dressers

April 2014

1. sheets for single beds and pillows

2. Durable fax machine

3. Diaper Wipes

4. Laundry detergent

5. Small dressers for the rooms at the shelter

6. Small trash cans

7. Sunscreen – for adults and for babies

8. Special – temporary – volunteer opportunity for respite child care for a new mom!

March 2014

1. Storage Bins (plastic with lids – about 25 gallons)

2. Size 6 Diapers (link to Our Need for Diapers)

3. Shampoo and Conditioner

4. deodorant and Razors

5. Resource Runner Volunteers

6. Laundry Soap

7. Toilet Paper

8. Coffee Mugs and Supplies for our Alumni Coffee Group

February 2014

1. Pantry Food

2. Furniture for Alumni – especially beds and small dressers

3. Toilet Paper and toiletries for alumni

4. Newborn and Size 6 Diapers

5. Blankets for single beds

6. Used washer and dryer

7. Child Care Volunteers

8. Bus Slips

January 2014

1. Dressers

2. Beds (twin beds especially)

3. Cleaning Supplies for our alumni families

4. Feminine Hygiene (pads not tampons, please)

5. Diapers size 5 and 6

6. Lamps for alumni

7. Two Laptops – used laptops would be excellent

8. Day Planners for 2014


December 2013

1. Nonperishable Foodour number one alumni need!

2. Blankets for single beds

3. Bus Slips

4. Front Office Volunteers

5.  Feminine Hygiene (pads not tampons, please)

6. Simple Green Cleaning Products – one of our current families has chemical sensitivities

7. Two Laptops – used laptops would be excellent

8. Baby Wipes

(Also – if you are looking for ways to participate in our Christmas celebration – we still have a few holiday opportunities!)


November 2013

1. Bus Slips – we are really low

2.  Non-Perishable Food – we have a number of alumni families struggling this month with food and our pantry is almost empty.

3. Tools!  We would like to assemble a ‘traveling tool kit’ for our alumni to use when we come visit – or to be able to lend out- for example screw drivers, hammers, etc.

4. Wipes – we got a large donation of diapers last month – so we are good on diapers – but we still need wipes

5. Random Silverware — mysteriously, our silverware at the shelter is slowly vanishing.  If you have a bag of mismatched silverware in the basement or garage – we would love to add it to our supply!

6. Shampoo and Conditioner

7. Front Office Volunteers – lately it has been really busy in the mornings during the week – and we would like to find a few people who would be interested in manning the phones and other tasks in the front office for a couple of hours each week. For more information you can email  fejhvolunteers@ccdenver.org or call us 303 866-764.

8. Christmas – we have lots of opportunities for people to help us with our Christmas activities. We will be posting a spreadsheet soon – and you are also welcome to email us: fejh@ccdenver.org


October 2013

1. Bus Slips – we are really low –

2. Small Denomination gift cards to King Soopers/Target/WalMart

3. Diapers – sizes 4, 5, 6 – and wipes

4. Blankets for single beds

5. Halloween costumes and candy

6. Pumpkins and carving kits

7.  Non-Perishable Food  — we are especially low on Peanut Butter and Pasta Sauce.

8. Dinner volunteers


September 2013

1. Bus Slips – we are really low –

2. Small Denomination gift cards to King Soopers/Target/WalMart

3. Laundry Detergent for alumni

4. Non-Perishable Food

5. A DVD player – and someone to set it up for us at the shelter because we are challenged in that area… (Update – 9/7/2013 — We just got one donated – and set up!  Thank you Amanda and Charles!)

6. Diapers – size 3-4-5 and Diaper Wipes

7. Maxi-Pads and Tampons

8.  Toilet Paper for alumni – one of the most often things alumni ask us for

August 2013

1. Bus Slips – we are really low – fortunately, things should get better after this month

2. Small Denomination gift cards to King Soopers/Target/WalMart

3. School Supplies –  especially binders, scissors, pencil cases, highlighters, markers, colored pencils –

4. Non-Perishable Food – our supplies are really getting low

5. We have killed another fax machine…  if you have one that works – we would love to use it — it doesn’t need to be fancy – just able to fax.

6. Diapers – size 3-4-5 and Diaper Wipes

7. Maxi-Pads and Tampons

8.  We are looking for a Group of  Move-Out Volunteers to help us deliver donated furniture to families moving into a new apartment.  This would be perfect for a group like the Knights of Columbus…

July 2013

  1. Pillows
  2. Bus Slips
  3. Size 4 and 5 diapers
  4. Diaper Wipes
  5. Large Pull-up Diapers for our kids who are potty-training!
  6. Shampoo and Conditioner
  7. Maxi-pads and Tampons
  8. Ethnic hair care products

May 2013

  1. Pillows
  2. Deodorant
  3. Bus Slips
  4. Sunscreen
  5. Water Bottles
  6. Sprinkler or Slip’n Slide  for the kids to play on
  7. Children’s and a couple adult bicycles – gently used are great!
  8. Size 5 diapers and Large Pull-ups

(Revised 5/17: We also have a need for ethnic hair care products.)


April 2013

1. Brooms, Mops  and Dust Pans for our alumni families

2. Cleaning supplies and paper products for alumni families

3. Bus Slips

4. Diapers – Size 5 and Pull-ups 2-3T and 4-5T

5. Dinner Volunteers  – we have a few openings

6.  Shampoo and Conditioner – regular size would be fantastic!

7. Activity passes for families at the shelter:  Movie Tickets Skate City (we have a number of pre-teens in the shelter now)

8.  Resource Runner Volunteers

March 2013

1. DVD player for the shelter  (as of April 2013 – we are still looking for one of these)

2. Toilet Paper for alumni families

3. Cleaning Supplies for alumni families- including brooms and mops

4. Diapers size 3,4 &5 and pull-ups

5. Diaper Wipes

6. Move-Out Volunteers to help deliver donated furnture to families moving into housing

7. GED Tutor

8. Volunteers to bring dinner on Easter


January 2013

1.   Child care volunteers for Tuesday and Wednesday nights 6:30-8:00pm (Great opportunity for a couple!)

2.  Size 2 Diapers and Pull-ups

3. Pillows

4. Blankets for twin sized beds

5. Fitted sheets for twin sized beds

6. Bath Towels

7. Adult gloves/mittens

8. Paper Towels and Toilet Paper


December 2012

1.   Child care volunteers for Wednesday night 6:30-8:00pm (Great opportunity for a couple!)

2.  Bus Slips – these have taken the place of bus tokens and can be purchased at Safeway and King Soopers

3.  Razors and Dental Floss

4.  Socks and Underwear – especially for adult women

5.  Christmas Wrapping Paper – tape – bows

6.  Feminine Hygiene – especially pads

7.  Hats – Gloves- Scarves

8.  A new copier – after a long, productive life – ours has finally died…



 November 2012

1. Bath Towels

2. Single beds and small dressers

3. Feminine Hygiene Products- pads especially

4. Shampoo and conditioner

5. Mittens – Hats – Scarfs

6. Pantry food to help alumni families

7. Diapers in multiple sizes

8. Toilet paper – paper towels – cleaning supplies for alumni families

October 2012

1. Blankets for single beds   (brrr … it’s getting cold)

2. Pillows

3. Towels – bath size

4. Toiletries:  Shampoo, Conditioner, Toothpaste, Tooth Brushes, Deodorant

5. Socks – for children and adults

6. Diaper Wipes

7. Halloween Candy so that our children at the shelter can trick-or-treat safely here

8. Small dressers, laundry soap  and pantry food for alumni families

Extra Credit:  we are looking for a group to come bring pumpkins and decorate them with our families for Halloween! – If you are interested, please email Theresa: fejhvolunteers@ccdenver.org

September 2012

1. Shampoo and Conditioner

2. Soap and deodorant

3. Toothpaste and toothbrushes

4.  Feminine hygiene products (pads)

5. Ethnic Hair Care Products

6. Non-Perishable Food (cereal, soup, pasta, etc.)- our pantry for alumni is almost empty

7. Socks for adults and children

8. Gently used children’s clothes for school uniforms: khaki pants and navy, white and maroon polo t-shirts

  ~ Both our toiletries closet for families at the shelter and our non-perishable food stores for alumni who are having problems with their food stamps are almost empty.  If you are part of a group who is looking to do a community service project, please consider a supply drive for the families served by the Father Ed Judy House.

August 2012

  1. One 4 slice toaster for the shelter – our current one won’t stay down and toast things
  2. TOILETRIES – our toiletry cabinet is almost bare.  We really need shampoo, conditioner, lotion, etc.
  3. Feminine Protection – especially pads!
  4. Non-perishable food for our alumni – including items like: cereal, soup, Mac&Cheese, Toilet Paper and rice boxes)
  5. Dish  and Laundry Soap for alumni families
  6. More toiletries
  7. Box fans for shelter rooms
  8. Dinners – we need a couple of groups or families who would be willing to make us dinner every now and again when we have gaps https://fejh.wordpress.com/2012/04/10/we-need-your-help-dinner-volunteers/

July 2012

1. Shampoo, Conditioner and deodorant

2. Dish Soap and Toilet Paper for alumni

3. Baby Bottles (we have a happy  toddler in shelter now who is especially adept at throwing his botttle when they are in town, when Mom isn’t looking…)

4. Craft Supplies for the Shelter  (families have been doing lots of projects together in the evenings)

5. Alarm Clocks

6.  $10 Wal-Mart gift cards

7. School Supplies

8. Size 5 Diapers and Pull-ups

June 2012

1. Baby Baths

2. Shampoo and Conditioner

3. Toothpaste

4. deodorant

5. Size 5 Diapers

6. Laundry soap for alumni

7. A Potty Chair for one of our toddlers

8.  Coffee mugs


May 2012

1. Children’s Bibles

2. 10 Ride Bus Tickets

3. Sunscreen – for adults and children

4. Coffee Mugs  for the shelter

5. Quarters for alumni to do laundry

6. Paper towels and feminine hygiene for alumni

7. Side walk chalk and bubbles

8. Small denomination gift cards

April 2012

This month what we really need is to find volunteers who are able to cook and bring us dinner.  Our food service provider tripled our cost per meal.  In response, we are reaching out to the community for help.  Here is a link for more information.

March 2012

  1. Small Denomination Gift Cards (Safeway, King Soopers, Target or WalMart)
  2. Pillows
  3. FOOD – non-perishable food for our alumni, we are almost out! (Rice, Rice-box mixes, Mac&cheese, beans, soup/stews, breakfast food)
  4. Baby Hats – we have a mom bringing home a newborn soon and has no hats
  5. Toilet Paper (for alumni families)
  6. Pull-Ups (we have two families trying to potty-train)
  7. Laundry Soap
  8. FOOD, food, food

Speaking of non-perishable food, if anyone would like to host a food drive for us – we would love to talk with you! (303) 866-7641

February 2012

(This month we are focusing our wish list on the needs of our alumni families.  With the help of our Resource Runner Volunteers – we are now able to deliver essential items like food and toilet paper to families who are in crisis.)

  1. Laundry soap and quarters
  2. Non-perishable food especially rice, family size soups and stews and cereal
  3. Shampoo and Conditioner
  4. Toilet Paper
  5. Feminine Hygiene Products
  6. Size 5 and 6 Diapers
  7. Tooth paste and dental floss
  8. Pillows (for the shelter)


December 2011

1. Two Toddler Car Seats

2. Baby Bath for Mom with new baby

3. Bus Tokens

4. Size 5 Diapers and wipes

5. A Printer for the Office (ours is dying – we have to turn it off and on now before we print anything…)

6. Stroller Covers to keep babies warm

7. Pots and Pans for the Kitchen at the Shelter

8. Small Denomination Gift Cards (~ We use these year-round for our Star Program: which allows Moms to do extra chores around the shelter to earn stars which can then be turned into gift cards.  Sometimes Moms use the cards to buy a treat for their family, other times they get spent on gas and over the counter cold remedies.)

November 2011

1. Small Denomination Gift Cards

2. Bus Tokens ~ or a November Bus Pass for Families to Share

3. Razors

4. Shampoo and Conditioner

5. Size 6 Diapers and Wipes

6. Stroller Covers to keep babies warm at the bus stop

7. Lamps 

8. Laundry Soap and Baskets

** We are looking for a volunteer to help deliver food to our alumni families who are facing food shortages.  Ideally, we are looking for someone who can donate 2 to 3 hours of their time each week delivering and checking in with our families.  If you are interested, please call us at (303) 866-7641.


October 2011

1. Size 5 and 6 Diapers

2. Non-perishable Food

3. Pillows

4. Tooth paste

5. Broom and dust pan

6. Coffee Mugs

7. Laundry Detergent

8. Community Partner Volunteers


August 2011

1. School Supplies – especially notebooks, folders and binders for older students


3. One 4 slice toaster for the shelter

4. A VCR – we have lots of VCR tapes but our VCR broke

5. Size 6 diapers

6. Shower Curtains

7. An Art Book – We have an 11 year old budding artist who really likes to draw

8. Non-perishable Food – We keep a small supply of emergency food in a set of old filing cabinets for alumni families who need help and unfortunately, our supply has gotten low.


July 2011

1. Community Partner Volunteers

2. Sunscreen (regular and baby)

3. Sippy Cups

4. Brushes and Combs

5. A Bicycle Pump

6. Small Denomination Gift Cards  – our supply is low and we use them so that families can ‘earn’ extra spending money for things like cold remedies

7. Pillows

8. Bus Tokens

(Also, the Samaritan House Family Floor will be geering up soon for school and their kids must have uniforms for school:  tan pants and white polo shirts.  If you have any of these, you can drop them off at the Samaritan House – or at the Father Ed Judy House – we would be happy to take them over.)


  1. Small Denomination Gift Cards – our supply is low and we use them so that families can ‘earn’ extra spending money for things like cold remedies
  2. Bobby Pillow
  3. Sunscreen
  4. Bedding Flowers and a couple of volunteers to plant them in our front flower bed
  5. Community Partner Volunteers
  6. Baby eating utensils
  7. Pancake Griddle – ours is limping along – and Sunday Morning volunteer pancake maker
  8. Bus Tokens (link to more information on why we always need bus tokens)


1. Bus Tokens

2. Flowers and volunteers to plant our two small flower beds

3. Hair brushes, combs and hair ties

4. Fingernail clippers

5. Ice cube trays

6. Hose and Sprinkler for the children to play in as the weather gets warmer

7. Baby supplies: Pedialyte, Baby oil and Diaper Cream

8. Volunteers: Sunday Pancake Maker Volunteers


February 2011

1. Size 4, 5 and 6 Diapers and Wipes

2. Unbreakable Drinking Cups

3. Serving Utensils

4. Bus Tokens

5. Computer for one of our families

6. Laundry Soap

7. Slippers for feet big and small

8. Volunteers !

(Valentines for the kids to take into school)


January 2011

1. Non-breakable drinking glasses for the shelter

2. Coloring books for kids (- but no crayons or glue sticks – we have plenty of those)

3. Sunday Morning Volunteer to make Pancakes

4. Laundry Soap

5. Books for Teens and Tweens

6. Day Planners

7. Shaving Cream and Razors

8. A used computer for one of our alumni families

(Bonus: Someone to come in and play the piano – which was just tuned)


December 2010

1. Volunteers

2. Diapers and wipes

3. Day Planners (dollar store has a wonderful selection of these)

4. Laundry Soap

5. Plastic Kitchen Glasses – and teaspoons

6. Bus Tokens

7.  Deodorant

8.  Set of Wooden Blocks or Set of wooden train tracks and trains


November Wish List

1. Diapers – all sizes and wipes

2. Toiletries: shampoo, conditioner, tooth paste, feminine hygiene

3. Laundry Detergent

4. Strollers and High Chairs

5. Gallon Ziploc Bags

6. Volunteer: After school tutors

7. Volunteer: Week-end Pancake Maker

8. Volunteer: Monday Morning Food Distributor

If you have items or time to donate – please call us (303) 866-7641 or email us fejh@ccdenver.org


Our August Wish List

1. Baby bottles
2. BUS TOKENS – Monthly Passes – 10 Ride Booklets
3. Kits to do dry cleaning in the dryer – we would like to clean up our couch cushion covers
4. School Supplies – especially Pocket Folders
5. DIAPERS size 3, 4 and 5
6. New and used tupperware containers
7. Non-perishable Pantry food for alumni families
8. Small Denomination Gift Cards: Target, WalMart, King Soopers, etc.

(We are also looking for a piano player who would like to come in from time to time and play music on our newly donated piano!)

                          July Wish List

1. Diapers

2. Diapers

3. Diapers

4. One hammer for the shelter

5. Lunch boxes

6. Backpacks for Mothers

7. Toiletries: Regular size shampoo and conditioner, feminine protection, ethnic hair care products

8. Curtains: we are looking for a volunteer to come make some valances for our windows


June  Wish List

  1. Shampoo, Conditioner and other toiletries
  2. Diapers – ALL SIZES – and Wipes
  3. 4-foot round folding table- for staff meetings
  4. Rolls of quarters- for alumni to do laundry
  5. Bottles and sippy cups
  6. Ice cube trays
  7. Feminine hygiene products
  8. Non-perishable food for alumni families


April Wish List

  1. Diapers – sizes 3, 4, 5, and 6 – and Wipes
  2. 4-foot round folding table- for staff meetings
  3. Rolls of quarters- for alumni to do laundry
  4. Bottles and sippy cups
  5. Reams of copy paper
  6. Ice cube trays
  7. Postage stamps
  8. Purses

Alumni Wishes:  We are looking for a dishwasher for one of our families – and we are still searching for a big, family tent for one of our families.

Lastly, if you would like to know more about the Father Ed Judy House – please feel free to call us and set up a time to come tour our shelter ~ (303) 866-7641.


March Wish List

1. Diapers – all sizes – especially:  size 5 and 6,  newborns and pull-ups

2.  Bus Tokens (available at many grocery stores)

3.  Plastic Electric Outlet saftey plugs

4. Children’s Slippers (we have seen lots of little bare feet lately…)

5. Rolls of Quarters for our families who have moved out and struggle to do laundry

6. A small fish bowl, fish food and Gold fish – requested by our Children’s Coordinator.  Note: We would prefer a goldfish that looks just like lots of other goldfish

7. Car Repair Services – We have two Moms who have moved out and desparately need free or very low cost car repair.

8. Canned goods and non-perishable food for our alumni families


Here are some of our previous wish lists to give you a sense of what kind of items we need throughout the year.

December Wish List

1. Bus Tokens (available at most grocery stores in Denver)

2. Monopoly Money for Life Skills class

3. Holiday Cards and Stamps for residents

4. Small King Soopers or Walgreens Gift cards that can be used for cold and flu remedies

5. Day Planners for Residents to keep track of appointments

6. Two new shower curtains and two stoppers for the tubs

7. House Plants for Common Areas (improves inside air)

8. Bath Towels (new or gently used)

*Optional Items that would be wonderful: Movie Tickets for moms and kids to use during Christmas break

September /October

1. Car Seats  (one infant and one toddler)

2. Day Planners (the ones from the dollar store work fine)

3. A Volunteer to steam clean our throw rugs

4. House Plants for our common areas

5. Winter hats, mittens and scarves

6. Door stops (our office door stop frequently gets mistaken for a toy by curious toddlers – we lose these at an alarming rate!)

7. Feminine Protection (tampons and pads)

8. Gift Card/ Gift Certificates for oil changes – Many of our families who have used cars would love to be able to do routine maintenance to their cars.


August 2009

1. Stroller – single or double
2. Air Beds (Air Mattress)
3. Crayola color wonder finger paints
4. AA Batteries
5. Three toilet bowel brushes 
6. Back Packs and School Supplies for children
7. Silverware for the Shelter (especially spoons)
8. Bus Tokens (these can be purchased at most King Soopers)
April & May List

1. Digital camera for the shelter

2. Toddler sippy cups and baby bottles

3. Stroller for the house (a double stroller would be fantastic)

4. Large coffee mugs and coffee maker

(our current one leaks unless you balance a knife under the lid)

5. Art and school supplies (especially markers)

6. Flash drives for clients to store their resumes

7. Children’s bike helmets

8. Bus tokens (which can be purchased at some King Soopers and Safeway locations)


3 thoughts on “Wish List

  1. I would like to help fulfill some of the items needed on your wish list.
    Can you please provide me with a March items list.

    Do you accept donated clothes for children and business attire for women?

    I like many of my co-workers will be doing some spring cleaning, starting with our closets.
    We have children of all ages and would like to donate clothes to those that are in need versus donating them to the Goodwill.

    I’m sure we may have extra blankets, comforters and sheets if you can use them as well.

    Please let me know if these would be some additional items we can help with.

    Thank you,

    Valerie Vigil

    • Dear Valerie,

      Please call us at the shelter – we would love to talk with you more about your donation! (303) 866-7641.


  2. Is May 23rd available for preparing/serving a Sunday meal to your guests?
    Also- We are interested in Adopting a room and freshening it up with curtains, comforters, etc… Can you tell me more about that?
    God’s blessings-
    St. Patrick’s Catholic Youth Group of Holyoke Colorado

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