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Nonprofits' wish list: Hygiene supplies, computer, garden tools
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Nonprofits' wish list: Hygiene supplies, computer, garden tools

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A Ben’s Bells mural covers the elevator shaft of a tower that was never built. The One South Church tower is in the background.

The Primavera Foundation Inc.

Mission: Providing pathways out of poverty through safe, affordable housing, workforce development & neighborhood revitalization

Wish list: Laundry detergent for our three different shelters; feminine hygiene items (tissues, wet wipes, maxi pads, tampons); travel sized hygiene items (shampoo, conditioner, lotion, body wash, toothpaste, deodorant, foot powder, razors); crew cab ¾-ton truck; large Ziploc bags, razors, Q-tips, foot spray; ironing board; paper towels; disinfectants; kitchenware (dish racks, bowls/plates, pots/pans); towels; sheets; pillow cases (no pillows); undergarments for women.

Address: Jim & Vicki Click Training Center, administrative offices, 151 W. 40th St., Tucson, AZ 85713; 308-3116;

Iskashitaa Refugee Network

Mission: Creating opportunities to integrate refugees into the Southern Arizona community while reducing local food waste.

Wish list: Diapers, first-aid items, garden tools, jelly/mason/canning jars, large pots, nonperishable snack items, office supplies, simple citrus juicers, toilet paper.

Address: 1406 E. Grant Road, Building 2, Tucson, AZ 85719; 440-0100;

Ben’s Bells

Mission: To inspire, educate, and motivate people to realize the impact of intentional kindness

Wish list: Apple Macbook Pro laptop, display and storage baskets, folio smart case cover, Huggies baby wipes, iPad 16gb (black), material shelving, mural tile (ceramic tile: neutral floor tile, ceramic fired tile, please no terra cotta, marble, Travertine, or dishware); shelf that dries boards; studio shelving; wooden desk.

Address: 40 W. Broadway, Tucson, AZ 85717; 622-1379;

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