In-kind giving is a way to directly affect the lives of individuals who reside in our facilities and participate in our programs. These donations can comprise almost any item that our programs can use. Below is a wish list of items currently needed by our programs.

Keiro Rehabilitation & Care Center

Arts & Crafts

  • construction paper (any color)
  • yarn (any color)

Beauty Products

  • blush, light pink
  • loose face powder, translucent light color
  • nail polish
  • scented lotion

Clothing

  • baby or young children’s (5 years and younger) clothes
  • hats (men’s and women’s)
  • neckties
  • scarves (women’s)
  • socks (men’s and women’s)

Entertainment/Technology

  • iPod, iPod Shuffle, or iPod Nano
  • dvd recorder
  • easy-to-read Japanese books
  • football tickets
  • jigsaw puzzles, 100 pieces or fewer

Furniture & Household Items

  • batteries (AA and AAA) for Wii remote controllers
  • coat rack, single pole
  • large baskets
  • large trunk, old style
  • laundry baskets
  • rocking chair with motion lock

Magazines

  • Discovery
  • History
  • In Touch
  • People
  • Smithsonian
  • science publications
  • Japanese language (any)
    • Josei Seven
    • Josei Jishin
  • Japanese tabloids
  • Asian language (Chinese, Korean, and Vietnamese)
  • American tabloids

Toys

  • baby dolls (Asian preferred)
  • baby doll clothes and blankets
  • stuffed animals

Miscellaneous

  • 75 washcloths
  • fans
  • holiday fun stuff
  • snack-sized bags of shrimp chips
  • wrapped manju

Nikkei Manor

Arts & Crafts

knitting yarn (all colors)

Reading Material

  • Reader’s Digest (large-print)
  • English-language books, fiction or non-fiction

Personal Items (great for bingo prizes!)

  • facial tissue packets
  • hand lotion
  • hand towels
  • notebooks
  • postage stamps
  • shampoo
  • soap
  • new stuffed dolls
  • toilet paper (most popular for bingo prizes)
  • toothbrush
  • toothpaste (small)

Seasonal

  • spades
  • watering cans
  • potting soil
  • tomato cages
  • garden hand tools (flower shears)

Toys & Games

  • chess games
  • dolls
  • new stuffed animals

Kokoro Kai

Arts & Crafts

  • watercolor paints
  • Japanese calligraphy brush (big & small)
  • Japanese calligraphy paper
  • knitting yarn
  • construction paper, color
  • handheld hole punch (large punch)
  • origami paper
  • rubber stamps
  • watercolor pencils
  • wrapping paper

Equipment

  • CD/Cassette tape player (boombox preferred)
    Microphone (corded or cordless)

Games

  • chess
  • Rummi Kub
  • Jenga

Musical Instruments

Ukulele
Hand drum (for drum circle)

 

Personal Items

  • nail polish
  • abacus
  • caps
  • facial tissue packets
  • hand/wash towels
  • notebooks
  • pens
  • stationery sets

Publications

  • Sunset magazine
  • Korean/Chinese magazines & books
  • coffee table books (art, photos, science)

Toys

  • dolls

 

Transportation

  • Van, new or low-mileage (please contact Naoko Ulstein for details, nulstein@keironw.org or 206.726.6474)

Contact Information

For more information about wish list donations, please contact Patty Hiroo Mastrude at 206.726.6523 or phiroo@keironw.org.