When you feel a compelling desire to help your community…that is just what you should do!
This year we have decided to support Jonathan’s Place, a Dallas County Emergency Shelter.
As a shelter, Jonathan’s Place provides temporary emergency care to children aged newborn to 17. Although each child is safe, the shelter relies heavily on community support to aid in the care for the children.
What we are asking? We plan to give Easter baskets to the children at the shelter, as well as support to the shelter, itself. We need your help to make this happen!
Please take a look at the list of needs, pick something that you would like to give and either call us at 214-252-9694 to make drop off arrangements or you can mail to 3626 N Hall St, Ste 408, Dallas, TX 75219 (Attn: CMG Support Team).
Jonathan’s Place List:
-Gift Cards: To local stores are preferred to provide each child the best clothing for their different sizes, and personalities. Visa, MC, or Amex, and Gas cards are also accepted.
-HomeGoods: Bath Towels, Kitchen Towels, Twin Size Sheets, blankets, comforters, and pillows. Collapsible hampers and laundry baskets, strollers, trash cans (all sizes), and art supplies.
-Household Products: Office depot, Lowe’s, Home Depot Gift cards. Gift cards to grocery stores. Clorox wipes, toilet paper, paper towels, toilet cleaner, liquid dish soap, hand soap, hand sanitizer, trash bags, paper platesm dishwasher detergent, kitchen sponges, bug spray, batteries.
For the children: (This will also help to fill the Easter Baskets…we plan for them to be large baskets)
-Toiletries: Body wash, Deodorant, makeup & makeup bags, tampons, baby wipes, hair brushes, blow dryers and flat irons, Tylenol/motrin/ibuprofen, children’s vitamins
-Clothing & Accessories: Duffel bags and children’s luggage, teen clothing (all seasons), shoes (all sizes), sweaters, jackets, and hoodies, pajamas (all sizes:winter and summer), jewelry (teens), MP3 players and non-wifi e-readers
Jonathan’s place also takes gift certificates local museums and entertainment venues to provide memorable and inspirational experiences for the children.
For more information, don’t hesitate to visit their website at www.jpkids.org