Help! help! HeLp! hElP! HELP!

Covid-19 is something that no one can predict the outcomes, the damages, and long term effects it will have on any community as whole. Quite frankly, we know what it will do to the youth and families we serve. Which is why we are doing what we can and we are asking for your help.

We have recently put together a list of male and female hygiene products, non-perishable food items and basic needs items, this list can be found below. We are asking for monetary donations so that we can go out and bare the chaos to be able to provide these items to youth and families we know are in high need of assistance, with the remaining items going into the community at large.

If you look around your house and see you have items to spare, you are welcome to drop the items off at the drop box at our office or mail them to us (4 Briercroft Office Park).

+ Item list can be found below
+ Scroll to the bottom for the donation portals

*******Items purchased or donated will be sanitized and quarantined for days before distributed to the community. In addition, if you prefer to drop off items opposed to donating monetarily, please call or text Megan at 806-300-2848. Items will be packaged by healthy staff with protective gear.*****

("A recent study found that the COVID-19 coronavirus can survive up to four hours on copper, up to 24 hours on cardboard, and up to two to three days on plastic and stainless steel. The researchers also found that this virus can hang out as droplets in the air for up to three hours before they fall. But most often they will fall more quickly."


Remember: your donation, whether monetary or tangible is a tax-donation!


*Please note: this page frequently changes as our needs and the community's needs are always changing*


Common non-parishable food items/ long shelf life items:

  1. Dried and canned beans. With a long shelf life and high nutrient content, dried and canned beans are smart non-perishable food choices.
  2. Nut butters.
  3. Dried fruits and vegetables.
  4. Canned fish and poultry.
  5. Nuts and seeds.
  6. Grains.
  7. Canned vegetables and fruits.
  8. Jerky.
  9. Granola.
  10. Soups.
  11. Shelf-stable milk.
  12. Oatmeal.
  13. Hard cheeses.
  14. Pasta.
  15. Rice.

Common Hygiene Products:

  1. Shampoo
  2. Conditioner
  3. Body wash
  4. Hand sanitizer
  5. Liquid / bar soap
  6. Deodorant
  7. Toothbrush
  8. Toothpaste
  9. Combs
  10. Washcloths
  11. Tampons/pads
  12. Razors
  13. Shaving Cream
  14. Floss
  15. Mouthwash
  16. Q-tips
  17. Nail clippers

Common Basic Needs Items:  (Keep in mind, some families may be taking care of more than they are used to... i.e other family members, neighbors, friends of those who are sick!)

  1. Toilet paper
  2. Baby wipes
  3. Diapers
  4. ANY first aid items
  5. Socks
  6. Underwear
  7. Blankets/ linens
  8. School supplies
  9. Batteries
  10. Flashlights

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