Wish Lists

Uspiritus has many needs that can be met with donated items throughout the year. For example: back-to-school, home items, arts and crafts supplies, welcome baskets and holiday gifts.

Please go to the links below to see our general and themed wish lists for needed items.

General Wish List

Uspiritus Welcome Baskets

Welcome Basket – Personal Hygiene

Birthday Wish List

Back To School Wish List

Summer Fun Wish List

Easter Celebration Wish List

Fall Wish List

You can also call 502.753.5508 for more information on these lists.

“Spending time with these children is so rewarding. I know I get even more out of it than they do!”

– John S., Uspiritus volunteer

Christmas Child

Help a child celebrate the holidays! Youth ages 6-18 in our residential programs in Louisville; those 18-21 in our Independent Living program in Louisville, Bowling Green and Lexington; and infants to age 21 in our Community Based Services programs across the state need help to have happy holidays. You may choose items from our General Christmas Wish List, or you may call 502.753.5508 to get a holiday wish list for a specific child.

General Children’s Needs

Action figures, dolls & Barbie items Remote control cars and trucks Hot Wheels & accessories
Footballs, kick balls, basketballs, etc Skateboards, scooters, bicycle helmets Board games
Legos Art supplies/craft kits Radios/CD players
Purses & wallets CDs & DVDs Stuffed animals
Posters Sleeping bags, blankets Batteries (AA, AAA, D)
Makeup Axe body wash & body spray Bath & body sets
Body wash & body spray Jewelry & watches Journals & diaries
Bean bag chairs Twin & full size sheets Twin & full size comforter sets
Shower curtains Pots & pans Cooking & serving utensils

Apartment/Cottage Needs

Kitchen utensils Kitchen appliances Towels and washcloths
Twin and full size sheets Twin and full size comforter sets Pillows
Bathroom and kitchen rugs Shower curtains

For more than 160 years, Bellewood Home for Children and Brooklawn & Family Services have worked separately to nurture thousands of Kentucky’s most vulnerable children.