Donate

Head Start is a non-profit organization that is funded through grants and contributions from our community.  Each Head Start program must raise a portion of their funds through donations or non-monetary contributions called In-kind.  If you'd like to help support our community, families and students, there are a few ways you can donate. Whatever way you choose, we appreciate your contribution!
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Donate Time

As the old saying goes, "time is money".  Whenever you donate your time to our program, your time translates to a dollar amount, as an in-kind donation.  You can volunteer in the classroom, take home materials to prep, help at events, lend your expertise to us, or anything else you can think of that would help our program run! If you're interested in volunteering, please call the front desk and ask for Crystal B! 

Due to current COVID-19 conditions, our volunteer opportunities are limited to virtual experiences. For more information about this, give us a call! 

Donate Supplies

We provide all supplies and materials to our students, free of charge. Just like your time, any donated materials that are used in school, count as in-kind.  If you have school supplies, lightly used clothes, or toys and learning materials, we would love to put them to good use! Here are a few things that we can always use: 

  • School Supplies

    • crayons, markers, paint, pens, pencils, chalk, other writing utensils​

    • paper, notebooks, sketchbooks, chart paper, etc. 

    • books! 

    • glue, scissors, tape, stickers, craft materials, other art supplies

  • Clothes

    • Shirts, pants, shoes that would fit a child between the ages of 3-5​

    • Jackets, hats, gloves

    • pullups (sizes 3T and 4T)

  • Misc. Items​

    • grocery bags​

    • plastic baggies

    • tissues

  • Toys for children 3 and up

  • Loose Parts

    • clean, smooth tin cans​

    • paper towel rolls

    • wood scraps, "tree cookies", other misc. wooden items that can be used for creating

    • stones, pebbles and rocks

    • Tires (as long as they are clean and no wires are showing)

    • corks

    • baskets, buckets, and other interesting containers

    • coffee filters

    • old kitchen utensils

    • clean gallon jugs, milk cartons, bottles and jars

    • Get creative! Loose parts are any odd item that can be used in a creative way to build, create, and experiment with. 

       We cannot accept toilet paper rolls or egg cartons, per Wyoming Childcare Licensing rules.  

Donate Money

We are currently working on setting up the capability to donate online.  For now, if you'd like to give a monetary donation, come see us in person. You can tell us how you'd like your money used, or leave it up to us! 

Whatever way you choose to support us, we thank you!