Wish List

Sandpipers provide a mountain of caring

We thank the wonderfully generous Sandpipers for providing a mountain of caring — all items selected from our online Wish List. The Wish List shows items that we go through like crazy as we serve our residents and their families and other visitors. The mountain includes laundry detergent and fabric softener, paper towels and toilet(…)

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Hospitality items join the wish list

We always want to have a cup of coffee or tea or hot chocolate available for you – whether you’re a resident, family member, friend, hospice staff, volunteer or other visitor. And maybe a cookie or scone or brownie. As a matter of fact, we go through these hospitality items like crazy. So we’ve inviting(…)

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Let’s talk trash — 13-gallon bags that is

We’re inviting donations of 13-gallon drawstring trash bags, a key supply item that we go through like crazy. When you go shopping, please look for any of the popular brands. Costco and Sam’s Club and other major stores are good sources. Unopened packages only please. Amazon.com links We’ve searched for these items at Amazon.com, and these links will take(…)

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Paper towels top the wish list

We’re inviting donations of white, pick-a-size paper towel rolls, a key supply item that we go through faster than anything else. When you go shopping, please look for any of the popular brands. Costco and Sam’s Club and other major stores are good sources. Unopened packages only please. We’ve searched for these towels at Amazon.com, and these links will take(…)

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Two-ply toilet tissue joins the wish list

We’re inviting donations of standard, unscented two-ply toilet tissue, a key supply item that we go through like crazy. When you go shopping, please look for any of the popular brands. Costco and Sam’s Club and other major stores are good sources. Unopened packages only please. We’ve searched for standard, unscented two-ply toilet tissue at Amazon.com, and these links will take(…)

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