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Discount Queens–here’s your chance to pay it forward!

A very sweet young friend of mine is currently preparing to leave on a trip to Africa with the organization Mothers Without Borders, and she could use your help! They are in need of some specific donated items, and since many of the items are things I often have stockpiled from all my couponing, I thought I’d pass along the list in case you’re in a position to help out too. All donations need to be dropped off with Aubrey by July 16, 2009. You can contact her to make arrangements at 371-8822.

Aubrey is also putting together some summer day camps for kids to help her raise the funds needed to make the trip to Africa. My kids are signed up for this Thursday’s carnival, with bounce houses, cotton-candy, and carnival games! The day camps take place on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9-12pm and cost $15 for one child, and $5 for every child after that. If you are interested, give her a call at the above number and she can email you her flyer and calendar. 

For Childrens’ Resource Center:
Backpacks for kids – clean strong, in good condition
Flip-flops – size 6-12, adult, and 8-12, children
Sports bras – sm, med, and large
Sweatshirts – children’s sizes 6 up to adult medium
Dish cloths and dish towels
For Team Activities:
Mini-Hygeine kits – washcloth, hand towel, full sized bar soap in ziploc bag
Baby bed sheets and receiving blankets
Baby blankets, sleepers, and pj’s
6-inch paint brushes for oil-based paint
latex gloves
Kid’s Camps:
Soccer balls (please deflate)
long rope suitable for group jump rope activitiies
Medicines for screenings:
Painkillers – adult, children, infant (Ibuprofen and Tylenol are good)
Anti-fungal cream
Cough syrup/drops
BP cuffs and stethoscopes
Antacids (Tums, Rolaids, etc.)
Gauze pads
Latex gloves
Silver-colored Sharpie markers
Black medium-point Sharpie markers
Medical Tape
Plastic Syringes (no needles)
Eye drops, both saline and antibiotic
Antibacterial creams
Hydrocortizone creams
Deep Heat
Small cups for dispensing liquids at the clinic
snack sized Ziplocs for take home pills
Ace wraps
Lice treatment