wish list

What is our Wish List?

We enjoy fantastic support from our local community which enables us to raise around 85% of our annual costs, but it's not just money that helps us continue to care for thousands of local patients and families every year. 

Our Wish List consists of a number of specific items that we use regularly in our day-to-day work which you may be able to ​give directly rather than donating money. From cellophane to create hampers for raffles to plasticine for children's play therapy sessions, there are a number of items you can choose to donate which will be a massive help to us.

The Wish List will be updated throughout the year so if there's nothing that you would like to donate now, please keep checking back.

If you are able to help out with any of the items listed below, please contact us at fundraising@renniegrove.org or call ​01442 890222.

Rolls of clear cellophane and Tissue paper              Help us create hampers and prizes we can be proud of for our hard-working volunteers, fundraisers and raffle winners.       
Bottles of wine/bubble bath/candles etc Various luxury items are always popular as treats in our hampers for raffles and competitions. All donations new, old, forgotten or re-gifted will be very much appreciated.
Unwanted gifts There is nothing wrong in re-gifting! If you received a Christmas or Birthday present that wasn't quite to your liking then send it our way! 
Tins of Quality Street/Heroes/gift chocolate etc We are in constant need of these items to gift as prizes, bulk out our hampers and offer as treats in our Day Hospice.
Wrapping paper  From covering shoe boxes for raffle ticket draws to presenting someone with a beautifully wrapped gift or prize, we get through a lot of wrapping paper every year!
Baskets and Hampers We are always looking for baskets and hampers to fill with goodies. Particularly around Christmas and Easter.
Candles and Drip Trays For use at our Light Up a Life services.
Boxes of tissues For use in our Family Support rooms and sessions. 
12 packs of coloured Plasticine (8 colours) To make models for a ‘First Aid Kit for Feelings’ – an activity used to help children dealing with life-limiting illness to manage challenging feelings and build resilience.
25 Sets of 6 Guatemalan miniature worry dolls To use as a strategy to help children to cope with their worries. 
Boxes of 24 multi coloured soft pastels for art work x 6 To make Memory Jars and Scrap Books– a creative activity to help children to remember their special person who has passed away. This helps with the grieving process.
12 A4 Scrap Books with coloured pages (32 page) For children to create Memory Books to help them with their grieving process.
Small tubs of Play Dough x2 packs of 10 Used as a tool to help children manage their feelings and emotions. Also used for imaginative play. 
Pack of 100 tea light candles  To place in candles holders that are decorated in memory of the person who has passed away.

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