PPD's -- WISH LIST

How You Can Make a Differences in Someone's Life

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PPD has produced a wish list of items needed to implement our mission, and goals. If you can help us by donating any of the items on our list you would be facilitating, and making a real world change in the life of someone living with HIV/AIDS and who is Differently-abled.

Remember........

Kindness is the language that the deaf can hear, the blind can read and those with HIV/AIDS can feel.

Your donations to PPD’s wish list of items will make it possible for us to carry out our mission to serve the HIV/AIDS Differently-abled community. If you have any of these items, new or used, on our wish list, please give because, your generosity will go a long way to making a difference for the differently-abled.

Please take a look at our Wish list items: 

 

Office Space for admin   istrative duties, support groups and conference room area

A Building

Ink cartridges for Printers Lexmark X4270, and HP DeskJet 6940 (Color & B/W)

New or used office equipment & furniture

Mobile Vans (preferably with a wheel chair lift for, 8 to16 passengers) new or used

Computers, desktops or laptops

PDA’s (black berries, Palms, etc)

Boxes of Standard letter, and legal size paper

Ultralite Graphite Mobility Canes

Talking Pill Box Organizers

Talking Rx Medicine Bottles and Recorder kits

Screen Readers (JAWS, for Windows, Window-Eyes)

Screen Magnification Programs (Bigshot, Zoom Text, Magic)

Voice Recognition Software (Dragon, IBM Via voice, Jawbone)

Scanning Software (Scan and read, Text cloner, Open book)

Illuminated Magnifiers

Monoculars and Binoculars

Hearing enhancing products

Wheelchairs (motorizes, and manual)

And any other independent living aid products

 

 

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