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  All Day MLK Center & WADK ON air tel-a-thon  
  All Day MLK Center & WADK ON air tel-a-thon  
  All Day MLK Center & WADK ON air tel-a-thon   1540 WADK is teaming up with the, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Community Center, to help brighten the holidays of families in need. Tune in all morning to WADK on Wednesday, December 4th for our on air tel-a-thon to help gather gifts for those struggling and most vulnerable members of our community. We encourage you to call 1-401-846-1028 and pledge your support in the form of food and toy donations on December 4th. You can deliver or mail donations to the MLK center or drop them off at the WADK studios. Here is a list of some suggested food items: • Canned yams • Canned gravy (we try to avoid glass) • Stuffing mix • Peanut butter • Jam/Jelly • Soups • Canned vegetables • Tuna, and other shelf-stable proteins (Vienna sausages, SPAM, canned chicken, canned ham, hash, stews, canned salmon, canned sardines, etc) • Cake/Muffin mixes • Spaghetti Sauce • For clients with special diets: Low/No salt, Gluten-free and Sugar-free items • Local supermarket (Stop & Shop or Shaw’s ) gift cards in $10 increments are particularly welcome MLK’s Food Pantry clients choose their own foods from the Pantry and the center wishes to extend this empowerment of choice to the families who enroll in their Christmas Toy program. This will allow their client families’ choice when picking toys for their children rather than be given an assortment of gifts that might not be appropriate for their family. Because of this new change, the MLK Center is asking that all toy donations be delivered by December 6th. Here is a list of suggested toy items: Infant/Toddlers Age 0-3 • Learning Toys • Duplo blocks • Rattles • Soft Dolls • Soft Trucks/Cars • Soft Puzzles • Musical toys • Softsided books • Soft large Piece Puzzles • Large Crayons and Coloring Books • Small Diapers and Wipes • Small Hats and GlovesYoung Children Age 4-6 • Learning toys • Legos • Playdoh • Building Blocks • Kitchen items (play foods, dishes, pans, etc) • Trucks, Cars • Board Games • Larger Piece Puzzles • Musical Toys • Smaller Sized Sports Equipment • Arts and Craft Items • Age Appropriate Books • My Little Pony • Dora the Exploer • Diego the Explorer • Baby Dolls • Doll Accessories • Small Skateboards • Small Scooters • Hats and Gloves • Bubbles School Aged Children Age 7-12 • Learning Toys • Legos • Playdoh • Barbies and Barbie clothes and accessories • Lala Loopsy Dolls • Bakagon Sets • Bey Blades • Monster High Dolls • Board games • Bratz Dolls • Remote Controlled Cars • Play Makeup • Nail Polish kits • Age Appropriate Books • Puzzles • Arts and Craft Items • Ethnic Dolls • G.I. Joes • Easy Bake Ovens • Footballs, Whiffle ball sets, basketballs• Skateboards • Scooters • Hats and Gloves Teens age 13-16 Gift cards ($25 or less, please) from the following retailers are particularly appreciated. • Walmart • Old Navy • Sally Beauty Supply • Five Below • Payless • Famous Footwear • TJ Maxx • Marshalls • Barnes & Noble • CVS • RiteAid • Walgreen’s • The Music Box • GameStop • Benny’s • Olympia Sports If you prefer to donate an actual gift to a teen: • Sports Equipment • Cologne for boys; perfume for girls • Make up, nail polish • Hair care items: curling irons, straightening wands, brushes and combs, hair ties, extensions.
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