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Wednesday, February 10, 2016
Dear Riverview Families,
Our school is participating in a drive to raise school supplies and basic medical supplies for children and families in need in Guatemala. We are encouraging students to donate supplies from the list below. Students should bring them to school and place them in the appropriate drop off bins. Riverview is taking donations from February 8th-19th. Anything you can give is much appreciated!
Ziploc bags in snack, quart, 1,2,and 2.5 gallon sizes popsicle sticks
pipe cleaners ½” prong paper fasteners
glue sticks for glue guns paper plates
24 count crayons 8 count jumbo crayons
12 count colored pencils pencil sharpeners and erasers
one and five subject spiral notebooks speckled composition books
2 pocket folders children’s scissors 12” rulers (metric on one side, preferably metal) 10 count broad line markers
red wide-tip markers red, blue and black pens
construction paper #2 pencils
Medical/hygienic care Supplies
Unisex deodorant large bar soap
adult and children toothbrushes large tubes of toothpaste
adult multivitamins children’s chewable multivitamins (NOT GUMMIES).
Benadryl caladryl lotion children’s pain reliever/fever, cough, cold or sinus meds multi-symptom meds for all ages decongestants adult and pediatric
diarrhea/nausea meds dosage cups and eyedroppers for liquid meds
epi pens eye and ear drops (antibiotic and non-antibiotic)
gauze squares powdered medium or large exam gloves
hydrocortisone cream infant vitamin drops
adult and children band-aids alcohol wipes pregnancy tests prenatal vitamins throat lozenges including sugar free
tongue depressors individually wrapped wound care supplies of all types, including tape.
Medical supplies (Expiration date later than March 5, 2016; acetaminophen, ibuprofen, naproxen, antacids, tums, zantac; antibiotics for adults and kids; amoxicillin, ampicillin, bactrim, Keflex, cipro-generics are fine; 81mg aspirin,
Thanks for helping the cause!