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109 E. 9th Ave.
P.O. Box 308
Stillwater, Ok. 74076
Open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday through Friday
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Stillwater Area United Way focuses on the building blocks of education, income and health to enhance the community.
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is in need of the following items: Large print bibles, paper/plastic plates and
utensils, gluten free pastas/flour, canned meats (pop tops preferred), extra large egg cartons and diapers
(& pull-ups) sizes 3, 5 and 6. Volunteers to help receive and sort donations, hang clothes, set up
displays. (Contact Michael Wilson 372.1555) Donations of food, bibles & cleaning supplies may be
taken to 1101 S. Lowry (south side of building); all other donations may be taken to 211 E 9th between
10 am and 3:30pm. (Call ahead for later drop off or pickup). We are also looking for volunteers to assist
with serving a snack, prepare the meal, serve and/or clean up for the evening meal on Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursdays for After-school Programs. Anyone interested in helping with tutoring from
3:15 - 4:15 or meals please contact Callie Ree-Corbett at 372.1554. 1 or 2 volunteers needed to assist
with distribution of produce on Fridays 10:30am - 12:00pm. Volunteer bell ringers are needed Monday
through Saturday to ring bells and process angels. Contact Captain Trish Knott for more information on
any program or volunteer questions. at 405.372.1554.Read More
is currently in need of a storage cabinet approximately 5 to 6 ft tall and 4 to 5 ft wide.
We will need to have this need met by January 2017, due to our expansion for our onsite advocates office
space. Please contact Tammy Boylan at 405-377- 2344. Wings of Hope also needs: Trash bags-32 gal
and kitchen size; 2017 calendars-all sizes; planners/appt books for clients; women’s jeans size 18W; size
3X, 4X, and 5X women’s winter coats.Read More
Radios, washcloths, hygiene products, men’s boxers, paper products
(plates, napkins, paper towels, toilet paper), arts and crafts supplies, gift wrapping supplies, dishwasher
detergent, cleaning supplies (such as mops and mop buckets), laundry soap and laundry baskets or bags.
PCYS is also in need of pots and pans, small kitchen appliances (microwaves, crockpots, toasters), food
storage containers, floor lamps, twin- and full-sized bedding, and adult sized bicycles. All electrical
items must be new for safety reasons and bicycles must be in full working order. These items will be used
at the Emergency Youth Shelter or distributed to Transitional Living Program youth. Furniture donations
are also need for Transitional Living Program youth, including dressers, bedroom furniture, living room
furniture, and dining room furniture. Please call ahead regarding furniture donations. 405-377- 3380.Read More
Clorox wipes, Carpet fresh, Crystal light type mixes, Snacks, Bleach, Window cleaner with ammonia, Hand soap refills, Parents’ Choice large box of baby wipes, Decaf coffee, Creamer for coffee, Sugar, self-rising flour, glad plug-in refills, clean linen. Please drop donations off at the Life Center at 411 W. Matthews, inside First Christian Church. Call 377-0978 for more info.Read More
is in need of monetary donations for Christmas, gift
cards for Christmas, packages of men's and women's socks, shampoo, laundry soap, coffee, sugar,
creamer and a garden rake. The items can be dropped off at the front desk at the Mission of Hope, 1804
S. Perkins. We also invite you to call 332-5521 for more information. Please call in advance if bringing
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