R.J. Scheffel Memorial Toy Project
16991 Old U.S. 27 Suite A - Lansing, Michigan ... Mailing Address: PO Box 23181, Lansing, MI 48909-3181

Toy Makers for Disadvantaged and "In Crisis" Children
People do not stop doing things because they get older;
They get older because they stop doing things.

 

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Scheffel-Toys

 

 

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Our Toy Project relies on contributions and donations which are tax deductable as charitable contributions. To help us -

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Contributions may also be sent by mail to:
   R. J. Scheffel Memorial Toy Project
   P. O. Box 23181
   Lansing, MI 48909-3181

To Make Donations:
   Email: donations@scheffel-toys.org

When you contribute to the Capital Area United Way campaign (Lansing area), please consider designating your donation to the R. J. Scheffel Memorial Toy Project. Thank you.

12/11/2011
Enclosed please find bretton Wood Lions Club's check. This check is provided to assist the R.J. Scheffel Toy Project in continuing its exemplary efforts in our community.

Craig H. Mestemaker
Treasurer


12/7/2011
For our annual golf league Christmas party, instead of exchanging gifts we pick a charitable organization to donate to. This year the R.J. Scheffel Memorial Toy Project was chosen by the golf league. Enclosed you will find our contribution to your organization. Our best wishes to all your volunteers for a Merry Christmas and our thanks to them for making the lives of children a little bit brighter.

Mary Ann Peterson
President
Brookshire Ladies Golf League


9/8/2011
Congratulations to everyone at the R.J. Scheffel Memorial Toy Project for securing a grant from the Capital Region Community Foundation! This investment is a result of the important work you have already done and is indicative of the trust that the R.J. Scheffel Memorial Toy Project has earned. It is my hope that this grant provides you with the resources necessary to continue your valuable service to our community..

Joan Bauer
State Representative, 68th District


12/17/2010
My brother, Bob Herbst, volunteers in your workshop several days a week. On a recent visit in September, he brought me (his sister) with him on a day to help with the toys. I was very impressed with the variety of projects being worked on and the friendliness of all those in the shop. In fact, I even had the chance to help paint trucks and assemble cars.

Please accept this contribution in honor of Bob, and put it to good use. Bob has really enjoyed helping out in the shop.

Lee Osterling
Sudbury, Massachusetts


December 2010
Warmest wishes to all you for a very Merry Christmas! You are such dedicated volunteers making a Christmas so wonderful for those thousands of children.

Yarda Ervin


December 20, 2010
Please accept this donation in the name of Larry and Louise Koster of Lansing, Michigan.

Don & Louise Knight
New Bern, NC


Dec. 20, 2010

This contribution is from a client of mine. Every year he gives me gift certificates for restaurants, stores, etc. This year, I asked him not to give anything. So, he wrote this check to the Scheffel Toy Project instead. How cool is that?! See you soon.

Peggy McNichol
ATS Associates
Toy Project Board of Directors


Volunteer Bill Mueller with a length of 2 x 6 from a donation of discarded loft material by MSU

Volunteers sort through and process discarded loft material

Stacks of toys ready to go out

 

Scheffel-Toys Needs Your Help
Scheffel-Toys relies heavily on contrbutions and donations to make possible getting special toys to children in need. We rely on volunteers, so there are no salaries. Every contribution made goes into materials to make toys for children.

We appreciate the generosity of remodelers for paneling or cupboard doors.

Gloss polyurethane and paint, particularly in bright colors, can often be used.

Some other items we need include glue, nails, sander belts & disks, saw blades, screws, wood filler, wooden dowels and wheels of different sizes. Plywood sheets, ½ inch and ¾ inch, are very helpful, along with 1” x 4” and 1” x 6” or 2" x 4" and 2" x 6" boards.

Special Thanks To:
   Lansing Area Patchers (LAP) for making quilts for doll beds

   Delta Kiwanis Club, South Lansing Kiwanis, Haslett Kiwanis, and Lansing Kiwanis

   Capital Bedding Company for supplying scrap wood pieces.

   MSU for donating old loft material.

   Dolan Management Consulting for Website Assistance.

Building sites occasionally provide 2” x 4” or 2" x 6" ‘cutoffs’.

Note: We do not use Wolmanized lumber.

 

 

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