World Care needs volunteers

World Care project manager Gwen Corner puts labels on medical supplies before they are shipped to the Philippines during a 2013 crisis caused by a typhoon. World Care specializes in humanitarian relief.

World Care

Mission: Providing humanitarian relief by recycling surplus materials.

Wish list: Computers and laptops (working and nonworking), electronics (in any condition), volunteers to help with recycling activities and other tasks.

Address: 1925 W. Gardner Lane, Tucson, AZ 85705; 514-1588; www.worldcare.org

Southern Arizona Beagle Rescue

Mission: This all-volunteer, no kennel, home-based foster organization is dedicated to rescuing beagles and educating their new families.

Wish list: Leashes, collars; dog food, preferably grain-free; treats; dog beds; crates (medium and large); baby gates; gift cards for food and supplies; sponsorship for medications and spay/neuter; new foster families.

Address: 2080 S. Westmont Drive, Tucson, AZ 85713; 247-7720; www.soazbeaglerescue.com

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Friends of the Pima County Public Library

Mission: Supporting and enhancing Pima County Library services and programs by promoting literacy, raising funds to enhance library services and programs, encouraging community involvement, promoting a love of reading and learning, and recirculating materials in environmentally responsible ways.

Wish list: Books, CDs, audio books (both CD and tape), DVDs, Blu-ray and VHS (only classic movies and kids Disney) recordings.

Address: 2230 N. Country Club Road, Tucson, AZ 85716 (Monday-Saturday, 9 a.m.-noon); 795-3763; www.pimafriends.org