Goodman Community Center | Donate Goods - Current Wish List
Our Mindfulness Meditation for Older Adults class is cancelled this Tuesday, April 4


  • Umbrellas
  • Car window ice scrapers (long handled)
  • Jumper cables
  • Coat racks
  • Large coat trees
  • Small supply cabinets

Preschool & Afterschool, Sue Neeley

  • Sweatpants sizes 3T-6T, boys and girls
  • Underwear sizes 3T-6T, boys and girls
  • Kleenex
  • Baby wipes
  • New washable markers, thick
  • Crib sheets and blankets
  • Multicultural baby dolls and clothes
  • 1-inch-thick x 45-inch-long x 19-inch-wide, ECR rest mats
  • 5-quart stackable bins w/ lids
  • 12-oz plastic wide mouth water bottles (no straws)
  • Gift cards for staff and families
  • Boys' and girls' joggers kid sizes S, M, L, XL
  • Sweatshirts/hoodies kid sizes S, M, L, XL
  • Boys' and girls' underwear kid sizes S, M, L, XL
  • Gift cards (Target, Starbucks, Gas Cards, Walmart, Woodmans, restaurants)
  • Waterproof gloves kids sizes S, M, L, XL
  • Multicultural dolls and books
  • Glider/Rocker chairs
  • Dry erase markers
  • Kinetic sand, Magna Tiles
  • Watercolors
  • Skinny glue sticks for hot glue gun
  • Paper organizer (10 slots)
  • Art supply caddies
  • New throw blankets
  • New throw pillows
  • Fidgets
  • Galaxy projector
  • My Hero Academia set of books

Lussier LOFT Middle School, Howard Hayes:

  • Mindfulness coloring books
  • Art supplies
  • Beads and other supplies for jewelry making
  • Multiplication flash cards
  • Educational and/or strategic board games
  • Clothes iron
  • Fidgets
  • Rubik's Cubes
  • Laptops
  • Paintbrushes
  • Canvases
  • Crochet hooks
  • Black and white melty beads
  • Universal cell phone chargers
  • Grilling accessories kit (spatula, grill brush, tongs, etc.)
  • Basketballs
  • Volleyballs
  • Soccer balls
  • New board games
  • Acrylic paint

High School Enrichment/TEENworks/Transition Academy:  Catie Tollefson

  • UNO cards
  • Books by BIPOC authors
  • Gift cards to Target, Amazon and Walmart to use as incentives
  • New cell phone chargers (iPhone or Android)
  • Padlocks with codes for lockers
  • Charcoal for grilling
  • Umbrellas
  • Period products (tampons, pads, etc. with a variety of absorbency)
  • Cricut cutting machine
  • Candle making molds
  • Chocolate molds
  • Lighter fluid
  • Air freshener
  • New non-stick cooking/baking trays
  • Transition Academy Wishlist

Pride Clothing Drive, Indigo Alcorta

All clothing sizes encouraged (XXS to 6X). New and gently used items are acceptable. Please do not donate stained, torn or heavily used items.

  • Shirts
  • Pants, skirts, leggings
  • Dresses
  • Jackets and sweatshirts
  • Formal attire
  • Adult sized shoes and boots.

FYI-Fit Youth Initiative, Trevor Moores

  • Tickets to sporting events
  • Access to active field trip locations
  • GoPro camera
  • Camping supplies for all ages
  • Sneakers
  • Hockey skates

Gym, Trevor Moores

  • Storage totes (large and long)
  • Toddler toys
  • Volleyballs
  • Badminton sets

Girls Inc. of Greater Madison, Jade Koenigs

  • Trekking poles
  • Gift cards to Barnes and Noble, Target, Walmart, Walgreens, Hy-Vee, Woodman's
  • STEM toys and activity kits suitable for K-12 youth
  • Honey
  • Clean electric tea kettle
  • Closed, unexpired tea packets
  • Hand saws for woodworking
  • Period products (tampons, pads, etc. with a variety of absorbency)

Older Adult Programs, Gayle Laszewski

  • $5 or $10 gift cards for Walgreen's
  • Green Cab gift cards (Green Bucks) for transportation needs
  • Gift certificates for yard care services
  • Waist-height raised garden beds (or someone willing to build them)

Food Pantry, Francesca Frisque

All of our programs desire gift cards to Target, Amazon and Walgreens. If you prefer to give money instead of items, donate online or make checks payable to the Goodman Community Center and note which program it is for.

For more information about donating goods contact:

Chris Graupner

Development Associate
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