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Wish List

You can support East Bay Agency for Children’s work with vulnerable children and families by donating any of the items listed on our “Wish List”. Please contact Ursula McClure at 510-844-6718 or Ursula.McClure@ebac.org if you are able to provide any of these needed items.
Thank you for your generous support for our community’s children.

Wish List

Tools for our School-based Therapists

  1. Model magic (sculpting clay for expressive arts projects)
  2. Puppets (animals and humans to use in trauma skits)
  3. Meditation Bells to lead mindfulness activities
  4. Gift Cards to buy:
    • Therapeutic games like Ungame, Social skills games
    • Art supplies (masks, paper mache boxes, collage material, butcher paper)
  5. Doll houses (wooden or Fisher Price type)
  6. Dolls (baby dolls, small dolls for doll houses)
  7. Rugs (5’ x 6’)
  8. Board games (Jenga, Trouble, Scrabble, etc.), like the Talking, Feeling, Doing game,
    Fine sand (for sand trays)
  9. Kitchen sets (Tyco-type w/ stove, refrigerator)
  10. Rocking chairs (child and adult size)
  11. Doll-size cribs
  12. Dress-up clothes for children(for dramatic play)
  13. Hats (child-size: police/firefighter helmet, cowboy hats, funny hats)
  14. Doctor kits
  15. Small sand tray figures

After School and Early Childhood Program Supplies

  1. Books for grades pre-school through 5th grade
  2. Long (for groups) and short (for individuals) jump ropes
  3. Playground balls (not vinyl kind), such as soccer, basketball, wall balls
  4. Hula hoops (assorted sizes)
  5. Sidewalk chalk
  6. Glow in the dark stars
  7. Craft masks and boxes
  8. CD player
  9. I-pod and/or I-pod Player
  10. Speakers
  11. Shelving, bookshelf and cork board/whiteboard
  12. Scholarly prizes for afterschool students like college pencils, key chains, backpacks, etc.
  13. Colored Markers
  14. Art Supplies like new boxes of crayons, paint and canvases
  15. Camera

Items for our Teen Programs

  1. Chess set (x2)
  2. Stress balls
  3. Play doh
  4. Life (the board game)
  5. Exercise balls
  6. Aromas (lavenders, vanilla, flowers etc. etc…)
  7. Games for teenagers
  8. Sand Tray figures
  9. Sand Tray

Grief and Illness Support Services

  1. Puppet theater
  2. Djembe drums
  3. Art Supplies – Washable Tempera paint, Elmer’s Glue, Magic Markers, glitter glue
  4. Metal Forks
  5. Wooden Spoons – To make talking sticks
  6. Zafu style floor pillows – For Circle
  7. Grief books for kids
  8. Magazines for/with people of color for collages (thanks, no more sports illustrated needed)
  9. Wooden doll houses
  10. Gift certificates to book stores
  11. Decaf/ herbal tea – For parent support groups
  12. 8x10 Flat Canvas Panels
  13. Therapeutic games - Talking, Feeling, Doing, Totika, UnGame, Angry Monster Game

Items for the Family Resource Center

  1. Desktop computer
  2. Table to add to desk
  3. Office printer

—Success—

We believe that if we build strong children, there will be fewer adults to mend.

—Outstanding Results—

13 dedicated programs

61 years of service

21,000 children and families served every year

95% satisfaction

"With budgets at every level of government being cut, including many types of support for children and youth, the impact of an organization like EBAC with a strong track record is substantial. They're helping raise the standard for student achievement, creating a more level playing field for kids so that they have a fighting chance to stay in school, to learn, and to have some of that learning reinforced at home and in the community." Lisa Villarreal
Program Officer, Education
San Francisco Foundation

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