Every Child Deserves a Home

Dated: 01/11/2020

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We are taking donations on behalf of Anderson County Foster Parent Association. If you are able to help and would like to donate below is their wishlist. You can drop items off at 2008 N Main St Anderson SC 29621

  • New car seats or booster seats

  • Diapers (all sizes)

  • Diaper wipes in travel size packages

  • Pull-up toddler training underwear (all sizes, especially larger sizes)

  • Diaper rash cream

  • Gift cards to fast food restaurants in small increments such as $5 and $10

  • Wal-Mart gift cards in $10 increments

  • New child pajama sets

  • Child and teen undergarments, all sizes

  • New shoes for children and teens, all sizes

  • Coloring books and crayons

  • Teen hygiene kits and individual hygiene items; please contact regional representative for details

  • New child pajama sets and teen girl pajama pants (all sizes)

  • New athletic/gym shorts for male youth (all sizes, child through adult)

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