Projects tagged with "TOILETRIES"

Adopt-a-House and Spread Christmas Cheer to Those in Need

Grandmas House of Hope needs volunteers. They are looking for individuals or groups to Adopt-A-House and provide holiday gifts for the men and women living in our Rescued & Restored Housing program. These men and women could use some pampering, love and hope this Christmas! Many of these men and women have severe illnesses or other outside issues that make them a perfect candidate to receive some pampering, love and hope this Christmas. Volunteers who sign up will receive their clients wish lists and drop off instructions. GHH has 4 men?۪s shelters and 9 women?۪s shelter. They will have Wish Lists from each client for you to adopt. (wish lists available after November 16th). Buy them something warm, something yummy, and something personal! (TOTAL price range is $50-$75). Help them create a joyous holiday for the invisible population that they serve.

Share the Spirit of Giving this Holiday Season with Culver City Senior Citizens Association

Looking for a cool way to share the spirit of giving this holiday season? Culver City Senior Citizens Association is asking volunteers to donate stockings or holiday gift bags filled with five gender-neutral toiletries ?? a toothbrush, toothpaste, a bar of soap, shampoo/conditioner and deodorant. They will be giving these items out during our various drive-up events during the Holiday season. The organization aims to provide 120 guests gifts, so come together with family, friends or co-workers to put a smile on the faces of these seniors this holiday season. Don?۪t miss your chance to make the holiday season special for the seniors of Culver City Senior Center. Donations of toiletries such as toothbrushes, toothpaste, bar soap, shampoo/conditioner and deodorant are greatly appreciated and can be dropped off by Wed., Dec. 15 at the Center M-F, 9 am ?? 4 pm. Contact Daniella for more detail https://www.culvercity.org/city-hall/city-government/city-departments/parks-recreation-community-service

Create Hygiene Kits with Project Ropa!

Project Ropa is looking for assistance in creating hygiene kits to distribute to our unhoused neighbors. This can be done remotely by putting together items in a ziploc bag, tote bag or reusable grocery bag. Please note: Items for the hygiene kits will not be provided by us. We recommend reaching out to your network of friends and family to source the items. All items can be travel-size or full-size. Below are items that would be good to include in the kits: Shampoo Conditioner Soap Body lotion Shaving cream Razor Deodorant Q-Tips Band-Aids Hand sanitizer Disinfecting wipes Travel-size facial tissue pack Toilet paper Lip balm Sunscreen Dental floss Hair bands Toothpaste and toothbrush. After you make the kits, you can drop them off at Project Ropa HQ with AN APPOINTMENT. Please email caitlin@projectropa.org to drop off your kits!

Collect and Donate New and Gently Used Clothes for Project Ropa

Project Ropa is looking for assistance in collecting clothing to distribute to our unhoused neighbors. They are looking for assistance with collecting hygiene products and new and gently used clothing men's clothing donations to distribute to our unhoused neighbors. Items they are seeking include: men's jeans, shorts and cargo pants, men's sneakers, sandals and work boots men's shirts, jackets and sweaters (especially XL+), women's jeans (sizes 12 and up), underwear and socks (new only), backpacks, tote bags, handbags, ball caps, belts, hygiene products (travel-size and full size). Please visit their website to view the full list of items we are currently in need of: www.projectropa.org/get-involved. After you collect these items, you can drop them off at Project Ropa HQ with AN APPOINTMENT. Please email caitlin@projectropa.org to drop off your items!

Donate Wishlist Items for the So. Ca. Hospital at Van Nuys

Southern California Hospital at Van Nuys is collecting donations for their patients. Here is a list of their wishlist: Sealed packets of construction paper and tissue paper any colors for holiday crafts, Holiday ornaments to paint, playing cards, booklets of word search puzzles, Grooming supplies (Any sizes are welcome) including shampoos, conditioners, lotion, body washes, body oils, toothpaste, beanie hats, 2xl and 3xl men or unisex t-shirts, Holiday DVDs movies, Novel books, Granola bars, See's Candies any kind sealed in boxes, Assorted chocolate bars (snack-size sealed in a plastic bag) and Any kind of misc. holiday items that are new are welcomed.

Assemble Hygiene Kits at Home with Resisterhood LA

ResisterHood LA's 4th annual menstrual FLOWvember period kit party is going virtual! Period products are one of the most requested but least donated items for people experiencing homelessness. For their 4th annual menstrual FLOWvember event, they're raising money to build 2000 hygiene kits with a special focus on period poverty. Join them online on Sunday, November 15th to build hygiene kits, write notes of encouragement for recipients, and hear from speakers about how everyone can can advocate for our neighbors experiencing homelessness.Volunteers will pick-up supplies via no-contact drive-thru and build their hygiene kits at home while participating in their online FLOWvember event! The completed kits will go to NoHo Home Alliance, LA Community Action Network (LA CAN), and Los Angeles Community Fridges. For more information about this event please visit resisterhoodla.org/flowvember2020 Sign up for this event here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/flowvember-2020-tickets-120115878827

youth, donations, gifts, toiletries, health, Christamas, Hanukkah

LA County Teen Challenge is Collecting new women's toiletries and items for gift bags: shampoo, conditioner, body wash, razors, women's deodorant, qtips, cotton balls, lip balm, body lotion, face lotion, scented body lotion/sprays, etc.; and women's slippers, bath robes, gloves, scarves, beanies, and non-perishable Christmas/Holiday dinner food items and non-alcoholic drinks. Because of Covid-19, they are unable to invite you inside the center at this time. Drop offs are encouraged and appreciated. Please call 310-644-3695 or 323-282-2313 when arriving; one of their staff will greet you; please wear mask.