3995 Marcola Rd • Springfield, OR 97477 • 541-726-1465
1195 NW Wall Street • Bend, OR 97701 • 541-728-0062


Community Giving and
Donation Opportunities

 

 

The Child Center has a number of opportunities for people who
would like to make a donation to a program that serves children with
mental and emotional disorders.

We also accept larger donations in the form of office equipment, school equipment
such as desks and computers, as well as anything else that may benefit the children and families we serve.

We are also able to accept donated vehicles.

Cash donations are also gladly accepted. We use cash donations to purchase food baskets, provide emergency medical relief for families and clothing for children.

To make donations to The Child Center send your check or money order to:

The Child Center, 3995 Marcola Rd., Springfield, OR 97477

or call Lyndsie Leech, Fund Developer at 541-726-1465

The Child Center now accepts donations via PayPal.

DONATE!

There are numerous opportunities for anyone to make a large or small donation. Every donation is very much appreciated and will be used in the most meaningful manner possible. The Child Center is a tax exempt, 501 (C) (3), nonprofit organization.

To help and donate to the children at the Child Center, please note our Wish List of items the children need on a daily basis.

• Sweat pants and sweat shirts, underwear, socks for boys and girls ages 4-13.

• School store items including small toys for ages 5-12.

• Personal hygiene items such as hair brushes, tooth brushes, tooth paste, shampoo, and deodorant.

• Playdoh

• School Supplies such as glue, pencils, pens, paper, notebooks, children's scissors, elementary level

   calculators, paint, paint brushes, modeling clay, glitter.

• Library books, both educational and therapeutic.

• Games for ages 3-12 such as Connect Four, UNO, Chutes & Ladders, Checkers, Chess.

• Hand Puppets, people and animals.

• Small Lego sets.

• Outdoor toys such as frisbees, yo-yos, basketballs, soccer balls, T-balls, toy cars and trucks,
      and dolls.