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The following is a wish list of items and volunteer opportunities for non-profit organizations in Racine County. They are provided by local non-profit organizations.

Other non-profit organizations in Racine County wish to publish their wish lists here, and they can be emailed to community coordinator Loreen Mohr at:

. Please provide contact information and information about the location of the donation or volunteer. The updated list should also be sent to Loreen Mohr at

. New and updated lists should be sent on the Monday before the required publication date.

These organizations thank all those who have donated so far.

Part of the list is published in the "Family, Life and Travel" section every week. The full list will appear online every Sunday at 


The Homeless Leadership Organization Co., Ltd. is a homeless shelter that can accommodate up to 120 people per day. Currently, we urgently need the following items:

For our growing family plan:

For our family plan:

For our housing plan:

Unacceptable items: leftovers from garbage sales; leftovers; old/frequently used shoes and boots; electronic products; stuffed toys or animal toys (bring in children's toys); car seats; books; shoes and clothes.

Please dial 262-633-3235 and contact Stephanie Martin at extension. 142. For current needs, please go to 

We are only a small-scale rescue operation, the purpose is to promote the benefits of changing pets to the public, and specialize in research on unwanted mothers and their puppies. Before becoming our own rescuer, we have accumulated many years of experience.

You can call 262-880-0567 and leave a text or voice mail to collect and/or forego donations. Webmasters also have opportunities for voluntary service; foster care and general office work (at home), including making phone calls, helping with applications, making veterinary appointments, and follow-up calls; some yard work; we need to pour some cement along the new fence ; Walk with volunteers and play with puppies.

Our wish list is as follows:

The professional industry enriches the lives of persons with disabilities through work, care and communities. We also help local organizations and businesses meet their business and personnel needs.

Items can be delivered to Careers Industries at 4811 Washington Avenue in Racine between 8 am and 4 pm on weekdays for more information.

Faith, Hope, and Love is a non-profit program that supports children in crisis in southeastern Wisconsin. We deliver children Dafre with personal care and comfort products to law enforcement agencies, homeless shelters, domestic abuse shelters, foster care and local schools. BlastPack is full of fun and interesting items, suitable for children visiting imprisoned parents. Santa Claus Studio-Provides Christmas gift foster care for children in Racine County.

The required items are:

For more information, please call Heather Lojeski at 262-902-0556 or visit 

. Donations can be made at LaSalle St 2314.

 We would like to announce the start of our capital movement to establish the first home for children of faith, hope and love, which is a shelter for foster children. Our goal is to create an organization of volunteers to care for children entering or transitioning to foster care. In the first week of fostering children, with the safe custody of the children, we fought for the caseworkers to find the right long-term placement opportunities for the critical moment. We hope not to let any child in our community rush into action. Donations can be made at 

Items distributed through the social service plan:

These items can be taken to the Salvation Army office at 1901 Washington Ave. from 9 am to 4 pm, Monday to Friday.

Our mission and goal is to enhance the abilities of parents and individuals affected by Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Autism Solutions is a volunteer-based organization whose purpose is to raise hope and awareness by providing support and peer group meetings, educational meetings, fundraising events and community outings for people with autism.

We are committed to providing the latest information on the causes, prevention and treatment of ASD so that parents and individuals can use these resources to build the knowledge that is most suitable for their families.

Our wish list includes:

To donate, please contact Cindy Schultz 262-639-3041 or email 

For more information, please visit the ASP website: 

Racine Youth Sports is a non-profit organization. Our funding comes from player registration. We are also a partner provider in Racine County, United Way.

RYS manages and operates the Haban Stadium in Sturtevant. We provide baseball, football, volleyball and judo services to more than 3,000 young people. Our mission is to provide a high-quality, structured youth sports program, teaching basic sports knowledge, good sportsmanship, character, discipline, competitiveness and teamwork in a positive, caring and safe environment.

RYS believes that sports have multiple backgrounds, such as: society, race, gender, and economy. In RYS, regardless of the child's athletic ability or financial ability, every child has the opportunity to participate.


To donate, please contact Tyler Neuhaus at 262-886-0797, or 

Community Concern is Racine’s drug abuse prevention agency, where we are committed to enabling our communities to make positive and healthy life choices without being affected by drug abuse. Currently, "following the community" requires the following:

Donations may be delegated or mailed to 510 College Ave., Racine, WI 53403. For more information, please call Gina Wisialowski at 262-632-6200 or visit 

The Hospice Alliance provides hospice care services "anywhere in the patient's home"-private homes, homes for loved ones, assisted living facilities, nursing homes and our 24/7 residential care facilities. As a non-profit community hospice care, we provide medical services to everyone, regardless of their ability to pay. The Hospice Alliance is the only hospice provider in southeastern Wisconsin that has won the National Hospice Honor and Hospice Honor Elite Award for many consecutive years.

Please make a donation at 10220 Prairie Avenue, Prairie, Wisconsin, Prairie District, Wisconsin 53158, the Hospice Alliance, or call 262-652-4400 to receive it. To learn about volunteer opportunities for the Hospice Alliance, please contact Jill Hickson at 262-652-4400, or 

. For more information, please visit 

We are a non-profit organization that integrates adults with mental illness into economic and social communities. The clubhouse is an organized community designed to provide support to individuals with mental illness. By participating in the clubhouse, people have the opportunity to rejoin the world of friendship, family, important jobs, employment, education, and get the services and support they may need.

We are located on 17th Street in Racine City in 2000. For more information, please call 262-636-9393 between 8 am and 4 pm and ask Lynelle or Chris.

Lincoln Villas North is a housing and urban development apartment building designed to help individuals with a fixed income. Our wish list includes:

Please call Michael Stirle at 262-833-0138 between 7 am and 3:30 pm for more information or to arrange donations.

Racine's Family Services is a non-profit organization that provides counseling and mental health services to the Racine community. For more information about our services and how to ask for help, please visit our website at: 

 Or call 262-634-2391. We are located at 420 Seventh Street, Racine City Center. Welcome to visit us!

Donations can be deposited in our office at 420 Seventh Street, Racine. Please call 262-634-2391 so that we can arrange a time to welcome you!

The Caledonian Historical Society needs: 

For more information about donations, please call LeRoy Schmidt, Vice President, at 262-995-3256 and email him 

, Or stop at the cargo depot in Linwood Park before 4pm on weekdays

Dress for Success is an international non-profit organization that helps women achieve economic independence by providing support, a network of professional clothing and development tools to help women flourish in work and life. Since the start of operations in 1997, "Successful Dressing" has expanded to nearly 145 cities in 21 countries/regions. To date, "successful dressing" has helped more than 925,000 women achieve self-sufficiency. access

learn more.

What we need:

Call YWCA's "Successful Dressing" program to arrange an appointment for donation delivery. Please call 262-898-5530, option 2.

The Racine Region Veterans Center needs:

To arrange a donation or for more information, please contact William F. May at 262-308-2542,


Stop Child Abuse and Neglect (SCAN) program:

If you can donate items, want to volunteer or have any questions about the plan, please call Karen Fetherston at 262-619-1633.

Sexual assault services:

Contact Michelle Englund at the following address

Or 262-619-1634, extension 18. If you want to participate voluntarily, please donate items to SAS, or have questions about the plan. Any donated items for SCAN or SAS can be deposited in our office at Domanik Drive 2000, 4th Floor, Racine, Wisconsin 53404.

The mission of Bethany Apartments is to provide transitional housing for women and children who have suffered domestic abuse.

Bethany Apartments provide safe, decent and affordable housing and provide survivors of domestic violence with opportunities to regain their self-esteem, seek education, employment and a new start. Bethany Apartments is sponsored by Racine Dominicans.

Items on our wish list:

Please call 262-633-9446 or send an email 

 Information about giving up donations.

The mission of the Genhe Environmental Education Community Center (REC) is to provide community members with opportunities to explore the Great Lakes and connected ecosystems through entertainment, education, demonstration and research. REC is a partnership between the University of Wisconsin Parkside and Racine.

REC needs the following new or lightly used items:

From now until September 25, Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 4 pm, donations can be put down at the REC at 1301 W Sixth Avenue. For information about putting down items on weekdays, please contact Laura Schulz at 262-595-2912.


The Burlington Senior Center (BSC) is a center for senior activities. BSC provides the following activities for seniors in West Racine, West Kenosha and East East of Volvos: bridge, e, hands, feet, stitches, sheep's head, head, domino, crafts, ADRC lunch program, including volleyball, bowling, softball High-level sports, our Harmony Club, jam meetings, parties, travels and more.

For more information, please call BSC at 262-767-9880. The donated items may be transferred to the BSC at Main St. 201 BSC in Burlington.

The mission of the Wisconsin Veterans Outreach Center is to assist homeless and at-risk veterans to achieve a normal life by providing food, clothing, shelter, and other basic human needs.

The most needed items are:

From Monday to Friday, from 10 am to 5 pm, donations can be made at Veterans Outreach, 1624 Racine Yout St., Wisconsin. For more information or to arrange collection of donations, please call 262-221-8350 or visit

The Racine County Football Preparation Association is a non-profit organization that has served the Racine area as an old timer football association for more than 40 years. Considered to be the oldest youth football organization in Wisconsin, we are a 100% volunteer, local community-based education and teaching alliance. Our goal is to provide a safe, fun, appropriate competition and development of youth football programs for boys and girls aged 5 to 14.

We are a level-based league, and our team competes with 12 surrounding communities. .

The philosophy of RCPF is to promote sportsmanship, ethics, fair competition, respect and responsibility. We believe that children can learn valuable experience by participating in football team sports. Now offers the spring logo and our fall tackle season.

Our needs include:

For more information or to enable yourself to pay these young men and women in our community, please contact William Pucci at 262-939-3452 or send an email

Or visit

The Root-Pike Watershed Initiative Network has cultivated Root-Pike and its adjacent watersheds to protect and enhance the integrity of water, air, and land resources. Our mission is to protect, restore and maintain the ecosystem in the watershed by funding and promoting a regional network of locally initiated projects.

Namaste Equine Rescue is a non-profit horse (horse and donkey) rescue operation located in Yorkville. The mission of the Namaste Horse Rescue Operation is to purchase horses seized by law enforcement officers primarily serving Wisconsin, so that they can recover physically and mentally, and relocate them in a safe, permanent environment.

For more information, please call 262-492-0767, email 

 Or go to 

Thread by Thread is the clothing department of the church in Bethania Lutheran, serving Racine residents who need good clean clothes for their families. We are open from 11 am to 1:30 pm and 6-7:30 pm on the first and third Wednesday of every month. Clothing is free, we only ask you to accept what you need and what you need to accept. Bethania Lutheran Church is located at 4120 Wright Ave. We need help with the following items:

When it opens on Wednesday, or at any time in the donation box in the parking lot behind the church, donations may be sent to Bethania Lutheran Church at 4120 Wright Ave..

For additional information, please call 262-632-7267 or send an email

Big Brothers and Big Sisters (BBBS) rely on the generosity of the community to provide many of our operating supplies. Because the organization’s team is always changing, monetary donations and gift cards are preferred, which allows BBBS to flexibly meet their needs.

Items needed for BBBS large/small activity area:

Tutor recruitment requirements:

Help methods without any cost: 

Those interested in volunteering can contact Katy Stephan-Cothell, the community partner manager at:

Or call 262-637-7625. For more information, please visit Big Brother Big Sister Office, 3131 Taylor Street, Racine WI 53405 Building 4, call 262-637-7625 or visit 

Woof Gang Rescue Inc. is a non-profit, non-killing, all-volunteer dog rescue organization that not only provides services for Wisconsin and Illinois, but also provides services for Kentucky and Indiana. The organization is committed to helping dogs who are homeless due to various reasons, focusing on dogs in public shelters that are prone to euthanasia due to too many pets, dogs abandoned by their owners due to difficult situations, and possible abuse Or abused dog. ignore.

The animals in our care were extinct or neutered, received all appropriate veterinary care and treatment, and were raised in a foster home while waiting for placement in a permanent home.

We help dogs in trouble, regardless of age, breed or ease of placement. Within the scope of our finances, the most in need of the dog is given priority. Finally, we work hard to cooperate with regional shelters and other rescue organizations and humanitarian organizations to establish a network of supporters and volunteers to create a better world for homeless pets.

Monetary donations can be sent to: WI 53408, Racine, PO Box 85216

You can donate to Woof Gang Rescue through Amazon in the following ways

. Anyone who chooses this option will select items and pay, and all products will be shipped directly to Woof Gang Rescue.

For more information about donations, please contact Khristal Greenhalgh at 262-902-7910.

For more information about volunteers, foster care, or event information, please visit:

The mission of the Siena Retreat Center is to cultivate a whole spirituality of healing in an environment of joy, peace and beauty.

The following is a list of items donated to the Siena Retreat Center.

From Monday to Saturday from 8 am to 4 pm, donations can be made at 5637 Erie Street. For more information, please call 262-898-2590.

The Racine Art Museum is looking for speakers to learn and talk about art, and to socialize and interact with community members. The narrator will provide valuable guides for regular trips, school field trips, free first Friday and special events at RAM and RAM’s Wustum Museum. If you are interested in becoming a lecturer, please call 262-619-3536 to contact Volunteer Coordinator Michelle Ortwein or email 

Faith, Hope, and Love is a non-profit program designed to support children in crisis in Southeast Wisconsin. Our Duffels for children are filled with items and can provide personal care and comfort supplies for law enforcement, homeless shelters, domestic abuse shelters, foster care and local schools. The required items are:

For more information or to make an appointment to cancel the donation, please call Heather Lojeski at 262-902-0556 or visit: 

The John Twenty-Three Education Center in St. Patrick’s Parish provides courses for students from grades 6 to 12 to prepare them for success in high school so that they can have a variety of career options and the leadership they need to become leaders Skills come to graduate in the Racine community.

From Monday to Thursday, 4-5:30 pm and 6:30-8 pm will provide supervised study rooms, personal guidance and tutoring courses. The John Twenty-Three Education Center is open to children of all religious beliefs and ethnic backgrounds. The minimum fee per semester is $25 to help pay for supplies and materials.

Items that will be greatly appreciated include:

Donations can be dropped off at 1101 Douglas Avenue. For more information, please call 262-898-7250.

The Hospitality Center provides Racine's largest meal plan, and provides hospitality without arrangements for all those in need of shelter, friendship, food and safety during the day. Volunteers and donations keep us running!

The reception center is open every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 8 am to 1 pm at St. Luke’s Bishop’s Church in Racine. A community meal will also be held on the last Thursday of each month from 5 am to 6 pm. welcome!

Central demand:

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday between 8 am and 1 pm, donations may be dropped off at the reception center at 614 Main St. (the corner of Seventh Street and Main Street), please call 414-379 -2228 Contact Seth Raymond, or

to know more information.

The mission of the Cops'N Children's Reading Center is to enable all children and empower them to achieve basic success in life by acknowledging the importance of reading.

CNK reading center needs:

Monday to Thursday, 3:30-6:30 in the afternoon, donations may fall in the center of 800 Villa St. Center.

And fill out the volunteer application form online. For more information, please call 262-939-0107.

For more information, please contact Terri Plachy of Love, Inc., 480 S. Pine St., Burlington Epson, WI 53105, or call 262-763-6226.105.

The Volunteer Center of Racine County, Inc. is a non-profit organization that provides services to the entire region of Racine County.

Donated items can be dropped off at the Racine County Corporation Volunteer Center at 6216 Washington Avenue, Racine County, Racine City, Wisconsin 53406, which is located west of Washington Avenue and Emerson. Is there a problem with the opening from Monday to Friday from 8 am to 5 pm? Call 262-886-9612.

Call 262-637-0582 to arrange a convenient drop-off time at the NAMI Racine County Office.

To make a donation, please contact Alison Sergio 262-632-2400 or send the donation to the Health Care Network office at Racine 904 State St.

Office Supplies:

household items:

Health products:

The Hope Center is a ministry in the Racine Dominican Republic that provides counseling, case management and healing arts to the homeless in Racine. Volunteers are always needed and welcome. Donations can be put down at 521 Sixth Street in Racine. Anyone interested in volunteering should contact Cheryl O'Brien via email 

 Or call 262-898-2940. For more information, please visit 

HOPE Safehouse is Racine's non-profit 501(c)(3) cat and dog shelter. Mission: "Together to help homeless and abused animals." Our name HOPE stands for "Helping orphans through education." Our main goal is to educate the public on the importance of raising/raising pets and proper care habits in order to reduce the number of abandoned and abused animals.

In 2005, HOPE rescued 327 animals from Hurricane Katrina, provided them with emergency medical care, shelters and placed them in caring homes with the help of animal lovers in its community. Hope to continue to provide education for the public, provide food, shelter and medical services for animals in need.

Pet supplies:

From Monday to Friday, from 3 noon to 3 pm, donations can be decentralized at the HOPE office (1911 Taylor Street (with Speed ​​Textile's stock office)). For more information, please call 262-634-4571.

Those interested in volunteer service or foster care can apply on our website: 

 Or you can email 

The Racine Literacy Committee Adult Tutoring Program provides tutoring for adults who want to learn English, improve basic literacy skills (including mathematics), or work hard to obtain a GED.

RLC provides group instruction on citizenship, driving license test, conversation courses and computer-assisted learning. Volunteers in the community received tutoring and worked with the adults in the course. The tutor meets with the students for two hours a week, and there are days, nights, and Saturdays.

If you are over 16 years old and are interested in becoming a volunteer mentor, please visit 

 Or call 262-632-9495 for more information.

For more information, please contact the Racine Literacy Committee.

Since 2009, the LGBT center in southeastern Wisconsin has been an agent of positive change in the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender communities in Racine, Kenosha and surrounding counties. The LGBT Center is committed to providing support to the LGBT community, and strives to provide a safe and empowering environment for LGBT identities in the region, and to establish connections and integration with other non-profit organizations and service providers to help customers flourish. Many customers are homeless, and some items are used to meet their needs. The center also provides support groups for individuals, some of which are used to assist certain group members. The center provides working hours five days a week.

Some of our customers need the following items, otherwise they will not be able to use these items

For more information, please send an email to Ida Love. 

 Or Dale Estes in 

 Call 1456 Junction Ave. and call 262-664-4100 at the LGBT Center in Southeast Wisconsin.

Our Harmony Club, with the help of well-trained volunteers, provides group activities and companionship for the elderly who need help or supervision. The club provides up to six hours for spouses, childcare or other family members to meet their own needs.

Please call Dawn Vlach at 262-880-5301 or Sue Pettit at 262-716-1998 to arrange donation or have questions.

Royal Family KIDS — Racine Camp is one of the international camp networks, Royal Family KIDS Inc. (

). In cooperation with the Racine County Human Services Foster Care Program, we bring children aged 7 to 11 who are abused, neglected and/or abandoned every summer to a summer camp for five days a day. Our goal is to provide these children with positive memories in a safe, fun, and safe environment. We are an all-volunteer non-profit organization that funds the camp through raised funds and in-kind gifts.

The Royal Children-Racine Camp needs the following items in our camp:

Please call Director Fred or Chris Oertel at 262-639-0480; 262-930-3418 or email

, Or go to

Peace Learning Circle is a non-profit educational organization. Our mission is to promote a culture of peace through the education of youth and communities. PLC teaches a safe, non-violent way to resolve conflicts and differences. We focus on respect, values, teamwork, tolerance, unity, compassion, and how to be peacemakers and peace mentors in families, schools and communities.

Cash donations are also very much needed and appreciated. You can use PayPal on our website to make tax-free donations, 

, Or send your donation to WI, 404, Racine, POBox 44578, Peace Learning Circles. If you have any questions about donations, project requirements, plans or volunteer opportunities, please contact us at 262-939-1285 or send an email 

Housing Resources Inc. is an agency approved by HUD. It provides training for first-time home buyers and provides advice and assistance for post-purchase foreclosures.


If you want to make a donation or for information about giving up donations, please contact MaryBeth Aldrich, the project manager at 262-636-8271, or 

The loose sewing and sewing team meets at the Waterford Public Library every week (Tuesday from 10 am to 2 pm) to sew sewing items for local nursing homes and organizations that require sewing items, such as wheelchairs/ Pedestrian tote bag and clothing protection device. New staplers are always welcome.

We are a non-profit organization that survives on donations. we need to:

Place the item in the Waterford Public Library at 101 North River North Street, Waterford, or send an email to 

Make housing a home:

Rehabilitation therapy:

gift card:

Because we work with victims who are still in the community, gift cards can always help them transition to single-income households. Gift cards can be purchased in the following areas: grocery stores; regional pharmacies; Home Depot or Menards; gas stations, or consider buying tickets for family entertainment activities, such as watching a movie or playing bowling.

Children's products:

household products:

Personal products:

Office Supplies:

For more information, including providing the street address for donations, Katy Stephan Cothell’s address is 

 Or 262-633-3233.

The items may be placed in the office of the Racine Symphony Orchestra (located at 800 Central Avenue). Office hours are Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 10 am to 3 pm. Call 262-636-9285 for more information.

Contact Renee Heider at 

 Or 262-412-6314 to make any donation arrangements.

Racine Careers Co., Ltd. assists unemployed and underemployed people to prepare for employment, job search and job retention. RVM also provides employers with quality ready-made employees. For more information about RVM, please visit: 

Our current needs include:

To donate items, please contact the Racine Career Department at 214 Seventh Street Racine at 262-633-8660 between 9 am and 5 pm Monday to Friday for more information.

Lincoln Village is a long-term care and skilled rehabilitation community.

Donations can be dropped off at Racine CA Becker Drive 1700.

SMILES is a non-profit tax-exempt organization whose purpose is to improve the lives of children and adults with special needs through cooperation with horses. This horse is a powerful motivation. Participants will receive many physical and mental benefits when riding and communicating with four-legged friends. In fact, thanks to the power of this large and gentle animal, anyone can experience positive gains regardless of age, disability or current condition.

Many aspects of the program require volunteers over the age of 13:

No experience, no training required.

Not sure to help in the barn? How:

For more information, please call the Volunteer Coordinator Katie at 262-882-3470 or contact her via email. 

The following is the wish list of SMILES:

Horse/stable supplies:

Fundraising supplies and miscellaneous items:

Thank you for donating to:

Use your information to carve a brick on our terrace:

If you have any questions, please visit the SMILES website at

 Or call SMILES at 262-882-3470.

Donations can be dropped off at N2666 Road, K2 County, Darien County.

Friends of the library need the following donations:

We do not accept encyclopedias or Reader's Digest hardcover books.

The sales of donated books provide funding for library projects not covered by the annual budget. Books may be placed at the front desk of the library.

If you have any questions, please contact the library, or call Hazel Dickfoss at 262-886-9133.

From Monday to Friday noon to 8 pm or Saturday from 10 am to 6 pm, the Wisconsin Humanitarian Association Racine Campus (2706 Chicory Road, Racine City) may donate money. If you have any questions about items, plans or volunteer opportunities (we are looking for foster care volunteers!), please call 262-554-6699 or contact us 

, Or check out 

Racine Dominicans (Racine Dominicans) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to improve the quality of life of the elderly through social interaction, friendship and information sharing. Since 1978, volunteers have provided compassionate companionship to the Racine community and surrounding communities in Wisconsin. Volunteers visit lonely or isolated elderly people in their houses, nursing homes or supportive facilities.

From Monday to Friday from 9 am to 3 pm, donations can be made at the "Advanced Partner Program Company" at 521 Sixth Street, Racine. Please call 262-898-1941 for more information.

From Monday to Friday from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm, you can get off work at the donation center at 3600 N. River Bend Nature Center, Green Bay Road, Caledonia. If you have any questions about projects, programs or volunteer opportunities, please feel free to call 262-639-1515 or email 

ReStore received donations of the following items from contractors, logging farms and individuals, and sold these items to the public. The proceeds were directly used in the local UN-Habitat Housing Fund.

Wanted donation:

For information about donations, please call or visit the Habitat Restoration Store at Racine DeKoven Ave. 2302 during business hours, Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday from 10 am to 4 pm for more information.

For more information, items can be transferred from the zoo office (Goold St. 200 call 262-636-9189).

Arc of Racine is an organization that provides advocacy, support and education to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families. Thank you very much for all donations.

To donate, please call our office at 262-634-6303 or email us 

The mission of the Transitional Life Center is to provide temporary and timely assistance to those in need of housing and daily necessities, who are willing to assume personal responsibility and the ensuing empowerment.

TLC "helps the homeless themselves". TLC can always use:

Donations can be made at or sent to the Transition Living Center at 482 Pine Street, Burlington, WI S 53105. For more information, please email 

 Or call 262-767-1478.

The Shepherd’s Ministry has been providing services to people with intellectual disabilities since 1964. Shepherds provide accommodation and career opportunities, and Shepherds College provides post-secondary opportunities for adults with intellectual disabilities.

Any donation can be dropped off at the Findley Center in Shepherds between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday to Friday, which is located across Highway 11 across from Dairy Queen in Union Grove.

To visit our campus or provide volunteer opportunities, please contact Amy DeBurgh in the following ways: 

 Or 262-878-5620, extension 2304.

Wish list items:

For more information, please contact Tots Toy Company at 262-633-1379 between 8 am and 11:30 am on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. At the same time, Toys for Tots is located at 800 Center Street. Toys and other items can also be decentralized at any fire station east of the interstate, Cotten Dick Hardware on Martin Luther King Drive, and Wells Fargo.

Call Joycelyn Fish at 262-633-1250. 105, or email to

Or stop at No. 2519 Northwest Avenue from noon to 6 pm on weekdays. For more information about RTG, please visit 

The following is a wish list of RADD (Recreation Activities for Developmental Disabilities). RADD is a non-profit organization that provides people with developmental disabilities with physical, social, emotional, professional and Opportunities for leisure skills, work and community settings.

We are committed to promoting health among our customers and are a long-term partner provider of United Way in Racine County.

Please contact us at 262-633-0291 to arrange the delivery of the wish list items, or to learn more about ways to support the RADD program and participants. Please visit our website: 

 Take a look at all that RADD can provide. You can also find RADD on Facebook. RADD is located at 3131 Taylor Avenue, Building 4, Racine, Wisconsin 53405.

The mission of Racine Public Library is to improve the quality of life in our community by providing information, ideas and creative works.

Racine Public Library is located at 75 Seventh Street, Racine, Wisconsin, 53403. For more information, please contact Darcy Mohr at 262-636-9247, or 

Donations can be put down at the school or mailed to 1008 High St., Racine, WI 53402. Please call 262-632-6797 to contact the school for other arrangements or for more information.

Unplanned pregnancy can cause many unresolved problems. We can help our clients make informed decisions about pregnancy by providing information.

Our purpose is to serve women by providing emotional and practical support. When needed, we will refer to the community to provide medical assistance, financial assistance, professional advice and support systems. All our services are free and confidential.

To make a donation or have questions about our organization, please call 262-639-7134 or contact Joyce Nelsen via email. 

The mission of Life Transition Inc. is to enable disabled and disadvantaged people to find meaningful jobs in the community while maximizing their abilities and/or developing a healthy lifestyle.

The individuals we serve come from all walks of life, including people with disabilities and disadvantaged people who have received public assistance, people who have recovered from alcohol, drugs, other addicts, and former criminals.

This year, we want to provide Christmas gifts to some families in the community, but there is not enough money to give gifts to the children.

Boys aged 3-6 and 11-12, girls aged 3-6 and 12-13 need gifts. The size of clothes is inevitable, so these children need small toys or books.

They can be dropped at Life's Transitions Inc. at Mound Ave. 1220, Suite 301 on Tuesday, December 23.


Youth shelter:

Call 262-637-9559 to contact Pamala Handrow. 7100, used to set appointments or email 

Since 1997, the Racine Arts Council has been providing the "Lonely Children in Need of Musical Instruments" program (LINK) to support young people and young people throughout Racine County by providing musical instruments to elementary and middle school students who are financially unable or unable to purchase musical instruments. School music plan. Rent your own musical instrument.

We hope to donate lightly used musical instruments in good condition.

Cash donations are also required for instrument repairs. Especially need flute, violin, saxophone, viola, clarinet and baritone.

To donate, please call the Racine Art Council Office at 262-635-0261 or send us an email via: 

Choose from "No. 5 Food Avenue":

In addition, please remember:

still need:

Donations can be made at DeKoven Ave. 2 at Racine 2 from 8 am to 3 pm from Monday to Friday, or by appointment. It is best to call 262-632-2307. In addition, the Food Bank maintains a collection bucket at all Pick'n Save and Piggly Wiggly locations east of Interstate 94.

cleaning supplies:

Customer service requirements:


If you want to donate, please call Care Net Family Resource Center (262-658-2555) to make arrangements. You can also contact Care Net at the following email address: 

Gift card to:

In addition: permanent stamps, horse-riding snow blowers, non-slip steering, vans, golf carts.

Items can be dropped between 8 am and 2 pm from Monday to Friday. Please call the campus administrator Donna Jorgenson at 262-633-6401, or 

 For more information.

The Racine County Opportunity Center at 4214 Sheridan Road is a non-profit organization that includes a community resettlement plan and a nestling nursery under one roof.

The community resettlement plan consists of well-trained personnel who specialize in job development and training the disabled in community settings. The community resettlement plan was established in 1980.

The brooder provides fully qualified staff to guide courses suitable for development. Nestling Place was established in 1990 to provide the community with much-needed high-quality early childhood education/daycare resources

To donate, please contact Jamie Dieter-Pias, Assistant Director of Job Development at 262-554-8662.

Day care in the nestling park:

To make a donation, please contact Director Michelle Beeglem at 262-515-1531. Please call before calling.

The Scherrer Cares Buddy Bench Program exists to support the anti-bullying efforts of Wisconsin schools by providing students with tools to build and enhance friendships.

Scherrer Cares donated customized partner benches to the school for free through fundraising and community support. We need your help! Our biggest fundraising event is the annual golf outing held in June every year, and all proceeds go directly to putting friends’ benches in school. The following items are required and will be appreciated at any time:

You can also visit the Scherrer Cares webpage to make a direct donation at any time through the following URL: 

. Then, click the "PayPal Donate Now" button.

For donations, any questions about our annual golf outing or the program itself, please email

Racine Raiders Football Club is a non-profit/tax-free club composed of all volunteers. We are always looking for good people who want to join our volunteer group. e-mail

Or call 262-880-3334 and leave a message to get more information or arrange a donation. The gift card can be mailed to the Racine Raiders Football Club at 3806 Douglas Avenue, Racine, Wisconsin 53402.

Help us to help others.

We still need to donate household goods, clothing and furniture

Donated items can be put down at 926 LaSalle St. only from 10 am to 1 pm on Saturday (until further notice).

If you want to donate furniture, please call 262-633-6467 to arrange a transfer with St. Vincent de Paul.

Seno K / RLT Conservation Organization is committed to the education and protection of natural resources. The following is our wish list:

The Seno K/RLT Reserve is located at 3606 Dyer Lake Road (Highway P) in Burlington, Wisconsin 53105. Please call 262-539-3222 or email 

 Arrange donations in Seno. Please visit the Facebook page of the Seno K/RLT Reserve and the following websites: 

. Even better-come out and take a walk on our trail. We are from dawn to dusk throughout the year.

Racine City Garden Network (RUGN) is an organization run by volunteers dedicated to increasing access to healthy food and establishing community management rights in Racine City. RUGN achieves these goals by creating community gardens in previously barren urban areas. RUGN provides participants with a donation of $20 to provide participants with gardens, tools, soil and water, educational opportunities, and social networking and interactive activities. If you want to join RUGN to complete this task, we require the following:

To make a donation or if you want to participate voluntarily, please call 262-676-2209 or email Sasha Broadstone. 

. Thank you in advance.

Items needed now:

Help is needed to make "Love and Charity" a whole new look. Let us come together and help Louise Hunter give the shelter a new look. Plumbing, electrical and alteration work is to be carried out inside, including sanctuary, homeless, women's and family rooms, bathrooms, kitchens and dining rooms. Eventually, the exterior of the building will also need plastic surgery.

Need to donate building materials, as well as skills and expertise for those who wish to volunteer.

The donation location may fall on Racine Douglas Ave. 1031. Call 262-634-7059 for more information.

The Racine Dominican Ecological Justice Center is rooted in hope and is committed to environmental education and care for the planet in the context of community, contemplation, creativity and farming.

Items on the center’s wish list include:

We thank you for accepting and accepting donations at the Eco-Justice Center, 7133 Michna Road, Racine, Wisconsin from Monday to Friday from 8 am to 4 pm. If you want to call to confirm that we can use these items, our phone number is 262-681-8527. If needed, we are happy to pick up larger items.

A good day through laughter.

Volunteer drivers are required for meals in Racine County.

If you have 1.5 hours of free time per week or when you need it, it can help us ensure that no elderly people are hungry.

All you need is a smile, a driver's license, insurance and a reliable car. Provide gas allowance.

For more information, please contact the Wheel Dining Office at 262-833-8766. For more information, please contact Ruth Stauersbol at 262-898-1370.

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