Adult and Children’s Programs Wish List. 


We created a “Wish List” for in-kind donations. The items listed here will be used by our children’s and adult programs. Donating a wish list item is a great way for an individual or business to help those in their community, and get a tax deduction in the process. If you have any questions, or would like to make a donation, please contact Kim Regnerus at 559.221.8272 ext. 101.


Used Computers and Computer Equipment. 

The next time you upgrade to a new computer, think about donating your old computer. If the computer (Mac or Windows) is less than five years old, it can help our students learn to read, gain skills and even communicate when they otherwise could not. We will gladly accept printers, monitors and scanners in good working order as well. 

Arts and Craft Supplies/ Painting Supplies. 

Arts and craft projects are an important part of program activities for many of students and children. It is a way for them to express themselves creatively. We are in need of supplies like construction paper, paints and crayons, glue, ribbon and felt. For our adult art classes, we are in need of canvas, acrylic paints, and watercolor paper and paints, grey clay, ceramic glazes (non-toxic), paint brushes, and tempura paints.

Televisions, DVD Players, Camcorders, Cameras, and Other AV Equipment. 

Televisions and DVD Players are put to good use as audio-visual aids in the classroom and during staff trainings. Camcorders are used both in and out of the classroom and program centers for increasing communication skills, for staff and parent training, and for learning video production skills.

Adaptive Equipment. 

We are in need of adaptive strollers, adaptive chairs, standers, therapy mats, wedge bolster, exercise bands, and foam rolls. These items assist both children and adults with disabilities to lead more independent lives. We also accept other types of assistive technology.

Children’s Toys. 

We are in need of age appropriate toys for the infants, toddlers, and preschoolers in our programs. Toys will be used in the classrooms. We need battery replacements for adaptive toys, sensory supplies and dramatic play props.


If you are out and about and would like to drop off any items from our wish list, please stop by 4224 N. Cedar Ave, Fresno, CA 93726, anytime between 7:30am and 4pm Monday-Friday.





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Did you know: 

$5 gives the gift of a bilingual book that helps children and families in our programs?