Personal Care Items. Comb. Hairbrush. Toothbrush. Washcloth. Bar soap (packaged and/or in a container) Adhesive bandages. (Colorful ones can help a child be more willing to wear a bandage. Reusable plastic containers: cup, water bottle, plate, bowl, blunt-edged utensils. Blanket.
â€“ Vicki D. Hats, Gloves & Scarves. January. â€œThe best thing I got in my shoebox was the hat, gloves, and scarf. Accessories. February. â€œI was always late because I lacked a watch. Quality Crafts. March. Stuffed Animals. April. Hygiene Items. May. Toys. June. Clothing Items. July. School Supplies. August.
Follow these six easy steps and learn how to pack an Operation Christmas Child shoebox for a child in need.
A description of how to pack a box and the journey of a shoebox for use in church bulletins. Permission is required to use the Operation Christmas Child logo.
The Amazing Journey of a Shoebox Gift Begins with You and Results in Evangelism,. A $9 donation per shoebox gift is critical to provide for shipping and other .
The world's largest Christmas project of its kind, Operation Christmas Child, uses gift-filled shoeboxes to demonstrate God's love in a tangible way to children in .
Every year, Operation Christmas Child's National Collection Week takes place the third week in November when nearly 5,000 drop-off locations are open across .
Most recommended items to pack in your Operation Christmas Child shoebox: school supplies â€“ chalkboards with chalk, pencils, scissors. toys â€“ soccer ball with pump, dolls. make-your-own crafts â€“ add your personal touch. non-liquid hygiene items â€“ bar soap, toothbrush.