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 Welcome to Sedona Wish List!

 Sedona Wish List.org is a free local website created to match Sedona community service organizations in need of donated goods, services, funding or volunteers with individuals or other organizations who can fulfill their needs.

Participating organizations create and maintain their own webpage.

You, as a prospective volunteer or donor, can contact any organization directly. 

You can find the right place to contribute to your community by researching: 

 - Volunteer Opportunities       - Goods and Services needed by local organizations

           -  Funding for those offering and those searching for funding

 - "Events Calendar", updated automatically when an organization posts its events 

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The Sedona Wish List has 98 registered members
Contact Person
Eileen Smith
Thom Stanley
Nikki Smith Wilden
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Jeremiah Sunfellow
Creed Ostler
Steve Nelson
Jan or Jim Tanis
Tiffany Bennett
Elisa Richards
Dorothy O'Brien
Marisol A Molina
Nancy Wilson
Deborah Darby
Andrea Baldwin
Harvey Grady
Sandra Cosentino
Kim Seda
Claire Louge
Romano Scatturo
Kathy Dunham
Deb Grafe
Madeleine O'Callaghan
Richard Sidy
Amy Montgomery
Janice Dahl
Lizzy Dickens
Christopher Fox Graham
Bela Kaincz
Adele O'Connor
H. Ross Hawkins, Ph.D.
Don Beard
Jan Wind
Jerry Showalter
Kathryn Heidepriem
Jim Buehler
Donna Vegter
Carol McDougald
Jeanne Marlowe
Sue Springer
Kate Hawkes
Paul Sullivan
Moshe Bukshpan
Tina-Marie Allegrezza
Tina Allegrezza
Miki Dzugan
Guadalupe Pollock
Allison Saxman
Barbara Vickers
Kellie Ann Garsed-Donnelly
Sharon Manzke
Lori Reinhart
Linda Spokes
Winifred Muench
Janeen Trevillyan
Wendy Phenom
Linda Gray
Vince Monaci
Leslie Hunt
Claudia Granger
Tricia Greer
Lin Ennis
Dina Dantowitz
Rita Reger
Susie Fairchild
Carolyn Fisher
Holly Epright
Randy Crewse
Ali Baxter
Suzie Schomaker
Janet Hill
Amy Vaterlaus
Jean Turocy
Elaine Vail
Christine Bryson-Lazo or Wendy Phenom
Patty Miller
George Witteman
Barbara Vickers, Founder
Astara Fisher, Director
Kent Ellsworth
Debra May
Steve
Matthew Karow, Activity Director
Gail Moore
Cynthia Tierra
Sue Rutherford
Barry Maketansky
Sally Ann Navarro
Angela Abel
Linda Clark
Sandra Upite
Eileen Sedacca
Ed Ingraham, Pres.
Joseph Modica
Tony Rizzo, GM
Bruce Deal
Amy Aossey
Amy Aossey

Welcome!

      SedonaWishList.org is a free local website based on the idea that the community will respond when it knows what is needed!  Details and contact information for the 90 plus member service organizations are available on their indivisual SedonaWishList.org web page.

      If you belong to a Sedona-based, not-for-profit, secular service organization and would like to join Sedona Wish List, please click “sign up” at the top of this homepage.

      ...And thank you for mentioning this column when contacting the organization in need. It is the only way we can track our success! 

 

Astara Fisher, Director

Sedona Wish List

af@sedonawishlist.org

928 202-9494

 

Please see below for the current column  published in the Wednesday Sedona Red Rock News...

June 3, 2015

About Us:

Sedona Wish List connects Sedonans to their service organizations so they can fulfill "Wishes" for goods, services, funding and volunteers requested by its member organizations. Just visit the Sedona Wish List webpage to follow up by clicking on "Wishes" or "Wish List Organizations" for details and contact information for its 90 plus members

Funding Needed:

■ Crossing Worlds Hopi Projects welcomes sponsoring donors for Natwanhoyum Tunatya (which means to work together for the future). It was founded in 2012 by two Hopi farmers and 28 Hopi youth farmers to teach and practice the principals of farming with the youth of Shungopavi and provide healthy organic food for families and ceremonies. Besides traditional dry farming, it is putting in a drip system supported orchard, edible shrubs and other produce crops this season. Donated funds will purchase plants, mulch, drip system supplies, repair a tractor and more. 
This permaculture style farming will be shared with other Hopis, along with education about solar energy at the community well. In the process youth will learn about the guardianship of natural resources and core values from the Elders and Kiva teachings of Hopi character and identity to be a good person. To follow up with Sandra, click on Crossing Worlds on the Sedona Wish List homepage.

Volunteers and Participants:

■ Hospice Compassas needs volunteers! It takes a certain disposition and 30 hours of applied effort to study from home to prepare for field work with its clients in Sedona and the Verde Valley. Volunteers are paired with experienced volunteers to gain experience. Click on the Hospice Compassas listing on the Sedona Wish List homepage for details!

Sedona Community Food Bank needs volunteers to help sort food donations and produce on Monday mornings between 8 am and 12 noon. It is also looking for volunteers to help Wednesday afternoons from 4 to 6 pm during its afternoon distribution hours. Besides volunteering on site, the Sedona Community Food Bank needs help with driving to pick up donations on Wednesday mornings from 8 to 11:30 am. The organization details are found at Sedona Wish List.

Verde Valley Sanctuary is still looking for more volunteer help at its Twice Nice thrift store in Sedona. Shoppers value the condition and quality of the store’s merchandise and know that proceeds support the Verde Valley Sanctuary’s work in ending domestic violence.  Just click on the link to the organization on the Sedona Wish List homepage for contact details. Help is wanted as soon as possible!

Yavapai Food Council is looking for a few more volunteers to work a two hour shift on Monday, June 15, following the Food Neighbors collections event. Please call the organization, listed on the homepage at Sedona Wish List, if you can work sorting and bagging food!

■ Connections Equine Therapy needs summer teen volunteers to help offer therapeutic riding and other services designed to improve the health and well-being of individuals with disabilities. Those who are curious about this can find out more of the details on the organization’s wish on Sedona Wish List!

Goods & Services:

Red Rose Thriftique in the Bell Rock Plaza next to the Vet is collecting donated home décor, kitchen and bath items, art work, designer clothing and accessories. If it's time to do some spring cleaning in this way, all the proceeds go to benefit its many programs helping animals in need such as our TNR Feral Cat Rescue Program, FREE Spay and Neuter Programs and much more. Hours are Monday to Saturday from 10am to 4 pm.

■ Sedona Heritage Museum is still looking for one of those Railroad or Industrial Supply calendars from 1880-1910, along with any more artifacts regarding the glory days of filming in Sedona. They will be added to its historical displays and help tell the story of Sedona's past. Please contact Ron Maassen at the museum (928)-282-7038 for any additional information needed.

Sedona Main Street Program needs a small office refrigerator.and a drip coffeemaker with thermal pot and auto-timer for crack of dawn meetings with volunteers! Please call 204-2390 or check for other contact information on its wish and link at Sedona Wish List.
■ Sedona Wish List helps Sedona-based, not-for-profit, secular service organizations find goods, services, volunteers, participants and funding. If you would like to join Sedona Wish List, please go to the website and click “sign up” at the top of the homepage. Or call 928 202-9494 for more information. This is also a good number to call if you want to respond to a Wish, but don’t have computer access to find out the details. Finally, if you have received OR have donated something, be sure to call (or post) any fulfilled wishes. Thank you!

 

 

      If you belong to a Sedona-based, not-for-profit, secular service organization that would like to join Sedona Wish List, please go to the website and click “sign up” at the top of the homepage. Or call 928 202-9494 for more information. This is also a good number to call if you want to respond to a Wish, but don’t have computer access to find out the details. Finally, if you have received OR have donated something, be sure to call (or post) any fulfilled wishes. Thank you! 

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Wishes Fulfilled in 2014:

This is a list of the reported wishes fulfilled in 2014. There are likely also additional fulfilled wishes throughout the year that have not been reported, though we try our best to track the results to hearten others! The year in review, in alphabetical order…

Big Brothers Big Sisters: back-to-school clothes and supplies; futon and twin mattresses and frames. Chamber Music Sedona: social media volunteer. Connections Equine Therapy: 1980 Jeep donated by Oxendale’s for Connections’ Raffle; Dan’s services for cement pour (new washing shed), barn walls; donations received on AZ Gives Day. Crossing World Hopi Projects: twenty shopping bags with scarves, hats, toiletries from Giving Angels and the public; volunteers for kids playground installations. Friends of Slide Rock (Demonstration Garden): two tables with chairs and umbrellas for volunteer staff. Girl Scouts of Sedona: donated and loaned sewing machines for a service project. Giving Angels: donations for 600 plus seniors and volunteers to sort, pack and deliver them. Golden Bone Rescue and Rehab: foster care for Lab named Alice, Shuh Tzu named MeeMee and Greyhound-Lab named Gracie. Humane Society of Sedona: desk top computer. Red Earth Theatre: light and sound equipment, pipes and drapes. Running River School: donated items from Audrey and public, and Trudy’s volunteer assistance, for a massive fund-raising garage sale. Sedona Arts Center: First Friday volunteer. Sedona Chamber Ballet: fourteen volunteers to help with the Nutcracker ballet. Sedona Charter School: vacuum cleaner; crochet assistant and four other volunteers. Sedona Community Center: additional Meals on Wheels volunteer drivers several times through the year; two pedal cars painted by Sam; lunch time volunteer. Sedona Fire Department: donated food, protein bars, fruit and water during the Slide Rock Fire. Sedona Heritage Museum: telegraph pole; Gift Shop Manager; microwave oven for use by many volunteers; bar stool; oral history transcriptionist. Sedona Pet Food Bank: collection barrel placed at Pet Smart. Sedona Public Library: volunteer to repair and replace book jackets, volunteer to clean CDs and DVDs; volunteer to tend the magazines. Sedona Red Rock High School: book requests for student library. Susan J. Rheem Adult Day Center: Kitchen Aide mixer; golf balls for sports and crafts; muffin pans and baking items; Karaoke machine. Verde Valley Caregivers (Silver Linings Thrift Shop): volunteer. Yavapai Food Council: food backpack delivery volunteer; hand dolly to help deliver boxes of food; filing cabinets for the office; microwave oven for the volunteers and staff. YMCA: children’s books; vacuum cleaner.■ 

February 25, 2015

 

About Us:

Sedona Wish List connects Sedonans to their service organizations so they can fulfill "Wishes" for goods, services, funding and volunteers requested by its member organizations. Just visit the Sedona Wish List webpage to follow up by clicking on "Wishes" or "Wish List Organizations" for details and contact information for its 90 plus members.

Wishes Fulfilled:

■ Yavapai Food Council wants to thank its two volunteer drivers who are delivering food from Cottonwood to Sedona! Believe it or not they are part of a supply chain which will eventually distribute nearly 20,000 meals in our community! Thanks go to Sedona Wish List for sending help to the weakest link and continuing to train eyes on its ongoing wishes below.
Volunteers and Participants:

■ Sedona Art Museum, Sedona Arts Center and Sedona Heritage Museum are planning a week of fun, educational events between Monday, March 9, and Sunday, March 15, and are calling on all arts enthusiasts to get involved with helping out! If you think the Red Rocks are surreal now, see what this collaborative event has in store from Sedona’s internationally acclaimed Dada/Surrealist artists from the mid 1900’s, Max Ernst and Dorothea Tanning. All kinds of help is needed to put together the art displays, workshops, poetry readings, dance and a new play to celebrate these remarkable artists and their creativity! Right now Sedona Art Museum’s Sharron Porter is signing up volunteers to help as a guide, to do set-up, to help direct parking, and to clean up, but many hands are needed for various tasks for this exciting event. Click on Sedona Art Museum on the Sedona Wish List or the Sedona Art Museum’s Wish on the Wishes tab there for details.

■ Gardens for Humanity needs its original by-laws copied into a digital format in Microsoft Word so they can be edited and updated. They were typed on a typewriter in 1996 and were scanned and kept in only a pdf format so they can’t be easily edited now (unless you have a computer which can convert them into Word or can retype them over in Word). This would be a one-time service for a volunteer with a computer and a chance to learn more about one organization making a difference in today’s world.

■ Yavapai Food Council is seeking a few more volunteers in Cottonwood and Sedona who can lift at least 33lbs repeatedly for VERY short periods of time! Volunteers are needed in Cottonwood on Friday, February 27, from only 9:00am to 9:20am and in Sedona on Friday, February 27, from only 9:40 to10:00 am at its office. You can click on the listing for Yavapai Food Council on the homepage of Sedona Wish List or the Wishes tab at the top of the homepage for address and contact information. Who would have thought that twenty minutes could make such a difference to the 20,000 families who will benefit!

■ Connections Equine Therapy needs someone to help in its office with clerical duties, such as answering the phone, filing, sending emails, etc. If you have these skills and want to be part of its great nonprofit team, please find them on the Sedona Wish List homepage to follow up.

■ Sedona Heritage Museum needs someone to volunteer to transcribe about 40 oral histories by May 31, 2015! If you are good at listening and would like to help capture those memories of the past for future generations, ask for Lisa at 282-7038 since there are a lot of different volunteers working on different things.

Goods & Services:

■ Crossing Worlds Hopi Projects needs shovels and hoes for a youth farming group. These simple tools, which often sit unused in a dark garage corner, can be immediately put to good use right now! And yes, it is still on the lookout for any kind of a tractor for an especially industrious Hopi farmer. Crossing Worlds is found on the Sedona Wish List homepage for contact details.

Funding:

■ Connections Equine Therapy needs help to pay for hay for its herd. The price of hay continues to go up and its horses are hungry every day, whether they have a work session or not. Readers are asked to please drop something in Alice's bucket to keep the horses happy. Contact details for Connections are on Sedona Wish List.

     If you belong to a Sedona-based, not-for-profit, secular service organization that would like to join Sedona Wish List, please go to the website and click “sign up” at the top of the homepage. Or call 928 202-9494 for more information. This is also a good number to call if you want to respond to a Wish, but don’t have computer access to find out the details. Finally, if you have received OR have donated something, be sure to call (or post) any fulfilled wishes. Thank you!

 

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