Things to bring
BABY ITEMS (Any baby items would be incredibly helpful, but here are a few of the most needed.)
Bottles & Nipples
Chlorine & Bleach Free
All sizes (heavy winter clothing not needed. Long sleeves are ok for cool nights.)
Crib size fitted sheets & mattress covers
Diaper Rash Cream
Soaps & Lotions
Wraps & Carriers
Any kind of baby wrap, carrier or sling
Bouncer Seat or Swing
Any stages – we especially need Nutramigen
Booties & Shoes
Anything that lights up, moves or plays music.
TODDLERS & OLDER CHILDREN
Underwear, Bra’s, Socks
Rain jackets / ponchos
Toddler (twin bed) Mattress Covers
EDUCATIONAL & DEVELOPMENTAL
For girls & boys ages 6-18
Pencils, Crayons, Markers
Spanish &/or English
Children & Teen Bibles
Any type of toy that is educational, stimulating or challenges creativity. Even flash cards in Spanish & English
For Babies & Toddlers
For all ages
For all ages
Adult & Children
Natural cleansers such as Paragone. We have found success with Black Walnut & Wormwood liquid extracts.
Ring Worm Treatment
Bandaids & bandages, anti-bacterial ointments, pain relievers, gauze & tape, etc.
Baby weight scale
Adult & Child – any prescription strength
Found in health food stores – can be mixed with soap, lotion or used raw
Toothbrushes & Toothpaste
Children & Adult
We can’t get peanut butter in Ecuador!
Beef & Chicken Bouillon
The large “jars” of bouillon at Sam’s & Costco that is in paste form.
Twin bed – waterproof
Twin bed – fitted, flat & pillow cases
Tear Free Baby & Children’s Shampoo
Towels & Washcloths
We can get towels here, however they are so cheap they disintegrate after a few washes.
Anti-bacterial Lysol Disinfectant Spray
Disinfectant Clorox Wipes