Make Wishes Come True!

Make Wishes Come True! 2018-12-05T19:29:41+00:00

To make selection easy, we created a Gift Registry at Target of needed items for our Domestic Violence Shelter. Please open this document to see the full wish list with clickable links: Interface Domestic Violence Program Wish List for Clients

TracFones and minutes cards

Adult art and painting supplies (water colors, oils, canvas, brushes, knitting or crochet supplies)

Gift cards in denominations of $10 or more for:

  • Grocery stores
  • Target or Walmart
  • Shell or Chevron gas stations
  • Movie theater
  • Ross or TJ Maxx
  • Joanne’s or Hobby Lobby


  • Hoodie Sweatshirts in neutral colors and sizes S-XL
  • Pajama bottoms for males/females -S-XL
  • Socks- for males/females
  • T-shirts-male sizes M-XXL- solid colors- blue, grey, black, white


  • deodorant
  • body wash
  • shampoo
  • conditioner (travel sized, preferably)


  • Walmart
  • Target
  • Visa
  • Grocery stores- Vons, Food 4 Less
  • Restaurants/Food- In N Out, Carl’s Jr, The Habit, Subway, McDonalds

*We are always in great need for bus fares- these can be bought through Ventura County Transit – single ride packs are $11 for Zone 1 – 10 rides.

  • Art Supplies (WE LOVE!)
  • Board games
  • Gifts for youth ages 0-5
  • Gifts for youth 6-10
  • Gifts for youth 11-15
  • Gifts for youth over 16
  • Wrapping Paper and Supplies
  • Sports Equipment – bikes, balls, skateboards, etc
  • Non-Violent Play Figurines/Character sets
  • Legos
  • Pretend Play toy sets
  • Gift Cards for Toys R Us, Target, Kmart, Walmart, grocery stores, gas, restaurants

Interface Children & Family Services provides in-person emergency response to adult victims of human trafficking. Sometimes survivors have nothing more than their person.  Care Bags ensure that survivors’ immediate, concrete needs are met as well as provide dignity as they begin to re- build their lives.

To make selection easy, we created a Gift Registry at Target of needed items for Human Trafficking survivors. Or, you can review the lists below.


  • Sports bras
  • Underwear
  • Leggings
  • T-shirts
  • Sweaters (cardigans, zip-up)
  • Socks
  • All items needed in size small-xx large


  • Deodorant
  • Body wash
  • Shampoo
  • Conditioner
  • Lotion
  • Tissue
  • Toothbrush
  • Toothpaste
  • Cleansing wipes
  • Comb/brush
  • Feminine products (tampons & pads)
  • Loofah

Items needed for men and women


  • Gasoline
  • Grocery stores
  • VISA
  • Target
  • Wal-Mart


  • Blank Journals
  • Craft Supplies (crochet or knitting materials)
  • Daily Affirmation Books
  • Granola bars
  • Water bottle
  • Re-usable, large, zipper bags
  • Grocery bags and totes accepted
  • Sticky labels for bags to mark clothing size
  • Coloring books for Adults/color pencils
  • Stress ball
  • Treadmill
  • Recumbent Bike
  • X-Box/Wii
  • Patio Furniture
  • Comfortable/Lounge clothes assorted sizes
  • Shed
  • Duffle Bags/Reusable Bags
  • Canopy
  • Gas Barbecue

WORKBOOK – Roadmap to Redemption by Rebecca Bender

  • $130.00 FOR 12 BOOKS
  • This 10-week workbook is designed for survivors of sex trafficking. Now victims of trafficking can have access to a mentor in the comfort of their own home. Roadmap to Redemption is a faith based workbook written by a survivor.

Make a Difference in Your Community This Holiday Season!

Interface will be collecting gift cards and wish list items for the children and families we serve this holiday season. Please view details here!

For more information about donating, please contact Lisa Smith at 805-485-6114 Ext. 683 or

Item of Note: Interface is only able to accept new or gently used items that are needed by programs as listed above.  Other items may be donated to the C.A.A.N. Thrift Store in Ventura, which provides Interface clients and families with vouchers to shop for needed items. C.A.A.N. accepts all sorts of items for the thrift store, including clothes, furniture, toys, books, electronics, instruments, kitchenware, and more. For more information, please call C.A.A.N. at 805-643-5956 or visit:

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