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Helping older adults and family caregivers THRIVE!

AGE Wish List

Your donations of items for our programs help AGE of Central Texas keep our costs low and allow us to serve more of our Central Texas neighbors!

If you have an item on our wish list that you would like to donate, please call our Development Associate, Caleb Masuaku, at (512) 600-9287, or email CMasuaku@AGEofCentralTX.org.

If you have a piece of durable medical equipment to donate, contact the Health Equipment Lending Program directly at (512) 600-9288 or email Equipment@AGEofCentraltTX.org.

Click here if you would like to donate a monetary gift toward one of AGE’s programs.

WISH LISTS:

All Programs:

  • USB Webcams
  • Laptops

Thrive Social & Wellness Centers:

  • Ceramics – medium to large size objects to paint
  • Paint (a variety of colors of watercolors, washable tempura, and acrylic)
  • Paint brushes
  • Games (Uno [2 sets], jumbo checkers set, etc.)
  • Markers (a wide variety of colors in thick or thin tip., washable; prefer packs of more than 10 for a bigger variety of colors)
  • Colored pencils
  • Paper (white or black cardstock, packages of 11″x14″ watercolor/painting paper)
  • Jewelry-making supplies (jewelry making string, beads, or pieces)
  • Glitter-any and all colors are appreciated
  • Scissors
  • One-hole punch
  • No. 2 pencils
  • Contact lens solution
  • Stickers – all kinds
  • Activity books
  • Large print word search and crosswords books
  • Adult coloring books
  • Thin sticks for Hot Glue guns
  • Elmer’s School Glue
  • Glue sticks
  • Pipe cleaners in a variety of colors
  • Clear ornaments to decorate
  • Pinecones, peanut butter, and bird seed
  • Fellowes Thermal Laminating pouches letter size sheets, 5 mil 
  • Mod Podge
  • Essential Oils and diffuser

Health Equipment Lending Program:

AGE Computer Lab:

  • Software: Lightroom , version 4 (15 copies)
  • Software: Corel Paint Shop Pro X4 ( 15 copies)
  • Office chairs in good condition; we would prefer chairs with wheels and back, but no arms (18-22)