Project Restore is able to do the work that we do because of supporters like you. When we join together for the greater good, a lot can happen. Volunteer your time, participate in an event, just get involved. To learn more about how you can make living more than just surviving, check out the tabs above.

Volunteer Needs: Do you have the skills/talent to help in any of these areas?  If so, we would love for you to contact us at [email protected]

  • Book keeping
  • Supply organizer
  • Event Planner
  • Volunteer personnel manager
  • Presentation Presenter
  • Corporate Partner administrator


Do a supply drive!  Help Project Restore Inc. collect simple everyday items that will help make a difference in the health and lives of the children in Africa. Monetary gifts are always very helpful and appreciated, however Project Restore also collects simple items that also greatly helps further our programs.

Items such as:

– Ibuprofen/Children’s Tylenol or Motrin (non liquid)
– Sanitary napkins – Over-the-counter medications
– Anti fungal creams
– Needles and thread
– Gauze
– Geometry sets
– Pens (blue or black)
– Pencils
– Pencil sharpeners (small and classroom)
– Rulers
– Colored Pencils
– Baby blankets (new or gently used)
– Bug spray
– Twin bed sheets (new or gently used)
– Twin blankets (new or gently used)
– Bar Soap
– Tennis shoes (new or gently used)
– Dictionaries
– Encyclopedias
– Chalk for teachers
– Educational supplements for Teachers (all grades)
– Reading or Chapter books (all grades)
– Padlocks
– Atlases
– Maps
– Bathing towels
– Book bags (new/gently used)
– Socks (new-Teen/adult)
– Shoe polish (black)
– Shoe polishing brush
– Hand sanitizer
– Calculators
– Combs
– Handkerchiefs
– Plastic Bowls
– Spoons/Forks
– Tooth Paste/Tooth Brushes
– Soccer balls (new or gently used)
– Because being a kid isn’t always about school and chores: Any type of small games or activities that are easy to transport (uno cards, coloring books, word search books,sudoku books balloons, beach balls, playing cards, puzzles …)
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