Thank you so much for supporting these children as they enter foster care. Your gift will provide some comfort and cheer during this holiday season and we couldn’t do it without you!

Before we get to the list, here are a few requests…

  • Please, no toy guns or weapons
  • Please, no used or handmade items
  • Please, no religious items
  • If you are shopping at Dollar Tree or Five Below or other discount stores, we prefer the coloring books over any other items. We like to leave all other items at the dollar stores for the families to purchase if they are trying to stretch a tight budget.
  • Starred items* are things we need throughout the year

Here is the Connie and Fish Christmas Kids Wish List!

Babies

  • Teething toys
  • Stacking cups
  • Blocks
  • Board books
  • Playskool toys
  • Fisher Price toys
  • Lovies
  • Sleep sacks*

Preschoolers

  • Baby dolls (multicultural)
  • Duplo blocks
  • Little People
  • Picture books
  • Playskool toys
  • Little Tikes toys
  • Paw Patrol toys
  • Stuffed animals
  • Blankies
  • Crayola Color Wonder
  • Coloring books
  • Chunky crayons

5-12 year olds

  • Match Box/Hot Wheels Cars
  • Barbie Dolls (multicultural)
  • Disney Princess dolls
  • Action figures (Spiderman, Marvel, WWE, and Star Wars are very popular)
  • Footballs/Nerf balls (not guns)
  • Legos (smaller sets are great)
  • Art kits
  • Art supplies
  • Coloring books*
  • Crayola crayons*
  • Stuffed animals
  • Chapter books
  • GRPS Uniform shirts in child sizes*
  • Winter coats*
  • Hats, gloves, mittens*

Teens

  • Body wash sets (guys and girls)
  • Nail polish/Lip gloss sets
  • Footballs
  • Basketballs
  • Fuzzy blankets
  • Fuzzy socks
  • Art supplies
  • $5-10 Gift cards (Meijer, Target, McDonald’s, Burger King, Taco Bell, etc.)
  • Young Adult books
  • GRPS Uniform shirts in adult sizes*
  • Winter coats, hats, gloves, mittens*
  • School supplies*

For more details on Connie and Fish Christmas Kids check out the Connie and Fish Christmas Kids 2019 blog or call (616) 558-7841 or contact Wendy Wheeler at Kent County DHHS by email.