Hey Fixers! We have some toys and books for the 6 month to 2 year old set and I'm looking for a place to donate them directly to families and kids. Everything is in good condition, including some brand new stuff. I contacted Enlace Comunitario last week, but I haven't heard back, and I'd like to move this stuff out of my house. I can always take them to Goodwill, but ideally we'd prefer to pass these things along to a shelter, daycare, community center, etc. where they'll go straight to kids. Any suggestions? Thank you!!

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I don't know if they accept donations like this or not, but the groups that come to mind are Cuidando los Ninos and PB&J.

The Storehouse is another option. 



My name is Nkazi Sinandile and coordinate program for local low income women and children who are locals, refugees and immigrants.  We run an economical and educational development project out of two mobile homes at 10705 Cochiti SE, Abq. 87123 ( south of central off of Britt street.   Our program is New Mexico Women's Global Pathways.  We are always in need of toys for children who attend our center and for the center.   I hope you still have items to donate.    We are open from 11.00 a.m. to 2.00p.m.today and Monday to Friday from 10.00 a.m.to 4.00p.m  phone number to call is 435-5741 if still have items.  thanks

Thank you Nkazi!

Thank you for taking time out to bring donstions


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