Wish List

There are many ways you can contribute to IGNITE’s mission and support Survivors, as well as nearby shelters.

Whether you are giving your money, your goods, or your time, your contribution will help ensure that our programs and services are available for Survivors in need.

If you would like to give a gift of goods, please contact DeafIGNITE@gmail.com.

Here are some suggestions.

For Survivors:

(We give to Survivors directly or donate to nearby shelters – Items must be new.)

  • Emergency products/supplies and clothes (*as needed)
  • Gift cards for groceries and/or toiletries
  • Gift cards for hotel stays
  • New bedding supplies (comforters, sheets, pillows, pillowcases)
  • New toiletry items (i.e. shampoo, conditioner, toothpaste)
  • New toys or stuffed animals for children (especially needed during holiday seasons)

For Programs & Services:

  • Amazon or Barnes and Noble gift cards to order books for library
  • Blank library book plates
  • Blank library due date cards
  • Book and Journal Subscriptions
  • Books for library (Survivors, healing, helpful, supportive, community, inspiration)
  • Folding chairs
  • Iron board
  • Keurig
  • New, unopened tea bags
  • Round, plastic table cloths
  • Sand Tray starter kit(s), sand trays, sand, and miniatures for sand tray therapy
  • Sewing machine
  • Sewing materials, needles, threads
  • Stamp Ink
  • Two folding round tables

Books for Survivors/Community Library:

We welcome new or used books, workbooks, magazines, and magazine subscriptions related to understanding, surviving, and thriving from Domestic Violence, Sexual Abuse, Dating Violence, Stalking, Bullying, Trauma, and Community Accountability, Community Engagement, Active Bystanders, Oppression, Privilege, Advocacy, Deaf Culture, Counseling/Therapy, Non-Profits, Volunteering, Fundraising, and related topics/issues.

  • “Boys Don’t Tell: Ending the Silence of Abuse,” Author: Randy Ellison. (Cost $13.76 + tax.)
  • “Breathe: Finding Freedom to Thrive in Relationships After Childhood Sexual Abuse,” Author: Nicole Braddock Bromley. (Cost $11.69 + tax.)
  • “Daybreak: Meditations for Women Survivors of Sexual Abuse,” Author: Maureen Brady. (Cost $11.46 + tax.)
  • “DSM-5 Made Easy: The Clinician’s Guide to Diagnosis,” Author: James Morrison. (Cost range $45-$60.)
  • “Not Quite Healed: 40 Truths for Male Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse,” Author(s): Cecil Murphey, Gary Roe. (Cost $13.42.)
  • “Surviving Childhood Sexual Abuse Workbook: Practical Exercises for Working on Problems Resulting from Childhood Abuse (Practical Companion to Surviving Childhood Sexual Abuse),” Author(s): CarolynAinscough, Kay Toon. (Cost $13.74 + tax.)
  • “Surviving Sexual Violence: A Guide to Recovery and Empowerment.” Editor/Author: Thema Bryant-Davis. (Cost $35.06.)

For Office:

  • Blank USBs
  • Coat Rack
  • Flashlight
  • Floor-to-ceiling shelves
  • Lamps
  • Organizers, organizing boxes/bins
  • Tools: Measuring tape, wrench, pliers, nails
  • 8 ½” x 11” Clear Sheet Protectors


For Art Therapy Programs:

  • Acrylic Paints
  • Books (for altered books workshops)
  • Canvas
  • Colored Cardstock Paper
  • Construction Paper
  • Elmer’s Glue Sticks
  • Embroidery hoops
  • Fabric
  • Feathers/Beads/Embellishments
  • Mod Podge
  • Mr. Sketch Markers
  • Novelty/ Scrapbook paper
  • Oil Pastels
  • Paint/foam brushes
  • Pipe cleaners
  • Prismacolor Colored Pencils
  • Recycled Boxes
  • Recycled Magazines
  • Recycled Newspapers
  • Tempera Paint
  • Tissue Paper
  • Watercolors
  • Watercolor Paper
  • White Drawing Paper (any size)
  • Wiggly Eyes
  • Yarn


Please donate/purchase items with the following seals:

ACMI-certified product seals (AP Non-Toxic and CL Cautionary Labeling) indicate that these products have been evaluated by a qualified toxicologist and are labeled in accordance with federal and state laws. Each product in the program undergoes extensive toxicological testing that covers both acute and chronic toxicity concerns before it is granted the right to bear the ACMI certification seal. The ACMI product certification program includes on-going review of the latest scientific and regulatory information available to keep the program current as well as a built-in five-year review of product formulations to meet the requirements of the Labeling of Hazardous Art Materials Act.