With National Collection Week for Operation Christmas Child coming up in less than a couple week I wanted to share a video about how much these boxes touch the kids who receive them.
To learn more about Operation Christmas Child you can check out the
Samaritan’s Purse website.
Just a reminder that THIS WEEK is National Collection Week for Operation Christmas Child. What is Operation Christmas Child? Fill a shoe box with small gifts and then Samaritan’s Purse gives it to a child who wouldn’t otherwise be getting …
Last week over on Inexpensively.com I talked about how people could put together shoeboxes for
Operation Christmas Child without spending much money. You can read my post here.
A few of the items we bought for our shoebox
Since National Collection Week for shoebox gifts is coming soon I’d like to brainstorm ideas on what can be put in the box. Here is a list of items I can think of:
*Flip flops *Hard candy *bouncy ball *comb *crayons *paper/coloring book *playing cards *travel sized game *book *toiletries *small stuffed animal *socks *unopened happy meal toy *play dough *small puzzle *chalk and a mini chalkboard *animal figurines *small musical instruments *finger puppets *pencil case *stickers *stamps and stamp pad
*cars *dinosaurs *trains *paper plane kits *legos *trucks *baseball cap
*lip gloss *small purse *doll *princess tiara *dress up shoes *Barbie *comb/brush set *stick on earrings *inexpensive jewelry *jacks *hair accessories
What other items can you think of?