Operation Christmas Child Collection List

January: Sewing Kits: Thread, Needles, Pins, Zipper Pouch.  Bead Kits: Plastic Thread,  Twine, Pony Beads, Parachute Chord

February: Wash Clothes, Mild Soap                                                                        

March: Toothbrushes, Small Blankets, Tool Kits: NEW Hammer, Pliers, Screwdriver, Nails                                                                                         

April: Hairbrushes, Combs, Hair Clips, Toy Jewelry, Ball Caps, Small Plastic Bowls & Cups                                                                                                    

May: Small Picture Books, Small Coloring Books –Crayons collected in August when cheaper                                                                        

June: Matchbox Cars, Stuffed Toys, Dolls, Harmonicas, Yo-Yo’s, At Least One Yard of Cotton Fabric                                                                                                                                       

July: Jump Ropes, Slinky, Paddle Balls, Sun Glasses, Watches, Fishing Kits: NEW Fishing Line, Hooks, Bobbers, Sinkers (no rubber  worms)                                                                                                       

August: School Supplies on Sale!  Pencils, Pens, Sharpeners, Erasers, Crayons, Spiral Notebooks, Paper, Writing Pads, Glue Sticks, Child Safe Scissors (No liquid glue, No Hard Bound Notebooks or Binders—too big).                                                                                                   

September: Socks, Boys Shirts, Ball Caps, Simple & Modest Girls Dresses & Tank Tops                                                                                               

October: Packing Shoeboxes & Fundraiser for Shipping; Dedication of Boxes  

Do NOT include: Used or damaged items; no war-related items such as toy guns, knives, military figures; no candy or food; no liquids or lotions; no breakable items such as  snow globes  or glass containers;  no aerosol cans. No Money for the child. Remember: When buying, especially toys-they have to fit in a shoebox along with many other items.

  • We are collecting Pillow Cases all year and then will make girls dresses out of them. If you are interested in making these dresses please see Zoe.

312 Transformation                 Kittrell School                 alternatives

    American Red Cross    give blood   Ashland

brethren disaster ministries      Brethren   camp pine lake

Church of the brethren    Church world service blankets     church world service

           Global Partners             Disabilities Ministry           heifer international

meals on wheels    ni food bank   One Great hour of Sharing


 Quakerdale         Quakerdale Discovery Network     

                Salvation army bell ringer      salvation army