Baby Shower

Baby Shower (Spring 2018)

Nutter LunchWith newborns soon streaming into Greenwood, our baby shower season is just around the corner. We need your help collecting supplies for the thousands of baby birds, waterfowl and mammals that come to us each year.

Your in-kind donations help Greenwood to reduce costs for these items and make more resources available for medicine, hospital supplies and specialty foods that aren’t readily available to the public.

Did you know that you can shop online for Baby Shower supplies? Greenwood has online registries with Amazon, Target, and Walmart. Help baby animals by shopping online from the comfort of your home.

We need…

          • Baby food: chicken-only, turkey-only, and banana-only (no mixes – e.g., chicken and rice)
          • Frozen blueberries, raspberries, strawberries – (no peaches, pineapples, mangos)
          • Frozen ground turkey
          • Frozen mixed vegetables
          • Oxbow Timothy Hay & orchard grass
          • Birdseed – finch, pigeon/dove mix
          • Grit for small birds
          • Bleach
          • Copy paper (8.5″ x 11″)
          • Dish gloves (small and medium sizes)
          • Dish soap (unscented)
          • Facial tissue (no lotions or scents, white only)
          • Forever postage stamps
          • Gift cards to grocery & office supply stores
          • Green branches/prunings (aspen, cottonwood), pine cones – please call Greenwood (303-823-8455) for more information before donating!
          • Heating pads (not auto shut-off)
          • Liquid hand soap (unscented)
          • Natural feather dusters (cannot be stored with moth balls or have moth ball scent)
          • Paper towels (white)
          • Plastic spray bottles (25 oz)
          • Trash bags (contractor 3 ml. heavy duty, 45 gallon, and tall kitchen)

Donations are tax-deductible and can be dropped off at the Center from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. daily or at our Thrift Shop &
Consignment Gallery (3600 Arapahoe in Boulder) from 10:00 – 5:30 p.m., Monday – Saturday, and from Noon – 4 p.m. on Sunday.