I Can Help

Finding ways and places to help others.

I Can Help

There is so much GOOD going and you may be looking for ways to participate with the good that you have. If you’ve got some extra time or even some provisions that could help someone in need, please fill out the form below. You will hear from someone on our team to connect you with the person, family or organization in need. We cannot wait to hear the stories of how your generosity blesses these families and yours during this time.

Foster Family & Partner Support- Grocery Purchase & Delivery

Canyon Ridge Christian Church has relationships with hundreds of foster families, foster kids and older kids who are living independently as they get close to aging out of the foster system, who could use our support. There are also community care partners that are bringing life to less fortunate families who will benefit from our generosity as well!
You can support these families specifically by purchasing $50, $75, or $100 worth of groceries and delivering them.
1.Select from the $$ amount lists of items below.
2. Fill out the I CAN Help form on this page and click the Foster Family Grocery Purchase and Delivery and amount you will purchase. You will be provided with the contact information for a family where you will be delivering groceries.
Once you complete the I CAN Help form you will be provided with the contact information for a family where you will be delivering groceries.

Food suggestions when buying food for others. These lists are approximant in price as you can always find items on sale. The items on each list could stretch for seven days.

$50.00 – this list would be for families of 1 - 4 people

4 – 15.25 oz cans of veggies (corn, peas, carrots, or peas & carrots, beets, asparagus)

2 – cans of soup

4 – 15 oz cans of tuna or chicken

1 – 24 oz jar of spaghetti sauce or cans of Ravioli/Spaghetti O’s

2 – 16 oz. jars of creamy peanut butter

1 – 18 oz jar of jelly (strawberry, apple, or grape)

6 – 5.5 oz. boxes of mac & cheese or Ramen

1 – 7.3 oz. box of tuna helper or chicken helper

1 – 16 oz. box of spaghetti or any type of pasta

1 – 12.5 oz. 10 serving box of instant oatmeal or instant cereal

4 – 4 oz. packages of fruit cups

1 – 1 lb bag of rice or seasoned rice

1 – approx. 3 oz of seasoning (chili powder, cajun, Italian)

1 – package of instant drink mix (add to water)

 

$49.77 at Smiths with no sale items

$75.00 – this list would be for large families

6 – 15.25 oz cans of veggies (corn, peas, carrots, or peas & carrots, beets, asparagus)

4 – cans of soup

4 – 15 oz cans of tuna or chicken

2 – 24 oz jar of spaghetti sauce or cans of Ravioli/Spaghetti O’s

2 – 16 oz. jars of creamy peanut butter

1 – 18 oz jar of jelly (strawberry, apple, or grape)

8 – 5.5 oz. boxes of mac & cheese and/or Ramen

2 – 7.3 oz. box of tuna helper or chicken helper

2 – 16 oz. box of spaghetti or any type of pasta

2 – 12.5 oz. 10 serving box of instant oatmeal or instant cereal

4 – 4 oz. packages of fruit cups

1 – 1 lb bag of rice or seasoned rice

1 – approx. 3 oz of seasoning (chili powder, cajun, Italian)

2 – package of instant drink mix (add to water)

Any fresh veggies, meat, eggs, dairy (I chose hamburger, eggs, small bags of apples and small bag of potatoes)

 

$77.50 at Smiths with no sale items

$100.00 – this list would be for a larger family

$100.00 – this list would be for really large families

 

8 – 15.25 oz cans of veggies (corn, peas, carrots, or peas & carrots, beets, asparagus)

5 – cans of soup

5 – 15 oz cans of tuna or chicken

3 – 24 oz jar of spaghetti sauce or cans of Ravioli/Spaghetti O’s

3 – 16 oz. jars of creamy peanut butter

2 – 18 oz jar of jelly (strawberry, apple, or grape)

10 – 5.5 oz. boxes of mac & cheese and/or Ramen

3 – 7.3 oz. box of tuna helper or chicken helper

3 – 16 oz. box of spaghetti or any type of pasta

2 – 12.5 oz. 10 serving box of instant oatmeal or instant cereal

5 – 4 oz. packages of fruit cups

2 – 1 lb bag of rice or seasoned rice

1 – approx. 3 oz of seasoning (chili powder, cajun, Italian)

2 – package of instant drink mix (add to water)

Any fresh veggies, meat, eggs, dairy (I chose hamburger, eggs, small bags of apples and small bag of potatoes)

 

$102.57 at Smiths with no sale items

You can also contact the following community partners who are accepting donations right now. Their contact information is listed with their needs.

Club Christ

Canned goods
Paper products
Snacks for Kids

Call 702-530-3141 to arrange a drop-off at their main office at Renewing Life Center:
3242 East Warm Springs Road, Las Vegas, NV 89120

Casa de Luz

Rice
Beans
Canned Goods
Cereal
Dairy Products
Peanut Butter

Can drop off at Casa de Luz on Tuesdays & Wednesdays from 10:30 am – 12 pm
2412 Tam Drive, Las Vegas, NV 89102

Foster Kinship

Diapers – need larger sizes (5 & 6)
Pull-ups – need larger sizes (4T & 5T)
Baby wipes
Grocery pickup/delivery to home bound care givers

Can drop off (or make arrangements to help deliver groceries/items) by calling 702-546-9988 and make arrangements to meet them:
4344 West Cheyenne Avenue, North Las Vegas, NV 89032

Project 150

Dry goods
Fresh Vegetables
Reusable Grocery Bags

Can drop off by calling 702-721-7150 and make arrangements to meet them:
3600 North Rancho Drive, Las Vegas, NV 89130

Spring Valley Hospital Medical Centers

Mask/face protection – unopened N95 (not cloth or hand-sewn)
Gloves – non-latex/all sizes/unopened boxes
Wipes – alcohol or hydrogen peroxide
Unopened bottles of household, unscented, splash-free bleach
Hand sanitizer – unopened
Shoe Covers – disposable
Head covers – disposable bouffant-type with elastic band
Eye protection – face shields and safety googles
Gowns – disposable, water-resistant cover gowns in original packaging
PAPRs (powered air-purifying respirators) and PAPR hoods

Can drop off Monday – Thursday at the loading dock:
5400 South Rainbow Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89118
(Rainbow/Diablo side of the hospital)

Operation Independence

Operation Independence is a comprehensive program that provides foster youth 15-24 years of age with the support and training that is necessary to become independent and successful adults.

Specific Needs:
Can goods
Boxed food
Rice
Dairy Products
Meats and frozen dinners
Vegetables and fruit
Snacks
Bottled water
Paper products
Cleaning supplies

Call Martin Malberg 702-426-6488 to arrange a drop off at the main office at Olive Crest 4285 North Rancho Drive, Suite 160, Las Vegas, NV 89130

Additional ways to help:


There has been a significant drop in blood donations locally and across the country as many large blood drives have been canceled. The ongoing need for blood donations is critical. People may safely donate blood by making an appointment with one of our local blood banks:

Vitalant (formerly United Blood Services): https://www.vitalant.org/Home.aspx

American Red Cross:https://www.redcrossblood.org/

Hospitals are accepting donations for personal protective equipment (PPE) and other supplies.

To donate, please call one of the donation hotlines and schedule an appointment for dropping off:
Centennial Hills Hospital: 702-835-9779. Drop off hours are 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM, Monday through Friday.
Summerlin Hospital: 702-233-7532. Drop off hours are 7:30 AM -4:40 PM, Monday through Friday.