The Founders Center of Commonwealth Autism is always in need of supplies to help our teachers better serve our children. Can you help us?

In Kind Donations:

There are several ways to help at TFC without even opening your wallet!

We collect

  • Box Tops for Education
  • Used ink cartridges

Each of these things can be used to help us earn money or supplies.

Ongoing Supply Needs

The following items are always helpful.

Technology Equipment

  • Laptops
  • iPads

Kitchen supplies:

  • plastic cutlery
  • paper plates
  • grocery store plastic bags
  • plastic/paper cups
  • cooking materials (plastic/silicone only) (measuring spoons, mixing bowls, muffin tins, cake pans, utensils, measuring cups)

Arts and Crafts materials:

Anything is accepted, but current needs are:

  • cotton balls
  • toilet paper / paper towel rolls
  • construction paper

Office supplies:

  • laminating sheets
  • copy paper
  • file folders
  • 3-ring binders
  • clear packing tape

Playground or gym equipment:

  • gently used trampolines
  • scooters, bicycles, or tricycles
  • yoga balls
  • indoor soccer goal
  • other outdoor play equipment (football, basketball, nerf balls, two person games, Velcro ball games, cornhole)

Cleaning/sanitation supplies

  • bath/beach towels
  • paper towels
  • non-latex gloves
  • hand sanitizer
  • sanitizing wipes and baby wipes
  • tissues
  • Pull-Ups in a few sizes (extras)

Gift cards

For Students: Best Buy, iTunes, Amazon, Target

 

Reinforcers and Leisure Items

  • Any 3-D toy models
  • Legos
  • Children’s board games (current want—Perfection)
  • Skittles, gummy candy (bears, worms, etc.) M&Ms, starburst
  • Headphones (non-earbud)
  • Small prize size toys (think: Kid’s meal toys)
  • 100 piece puzzles

Current character favorites (any items with these characters)

  • How to train your dragon
  • Pete the cat
  • My little pony
  • Sponge bob
  • Tom and Jerry
  • Elmo

If you have something you would like to donate, give us a call at 804.355.1011 or contact us. We can let you know if your “gently used” or surplus items will be helpful to our school.