Support Willows Christian Childcare Center

Willows is a non-profit, non-denominational program that provides high quality, age-appropriate care for over 100 hard-working families in our area. Due to constant cuts in state funding and the rising cost of living, your tax-deductible donations will help our program remain the high quality program it is.

Contributing Is Easy!

To make a tax-deductible donation mail your check to the address below or call Joan at (920) 625-3943 to discuss your giving options.

Checks Payable to: Willows Christian Child Care Center
Mail to: N4865 Moss Road, Iron Ridge, WI  53035
Questions Call: Joan at (920) 625-3943

Matching Gifts

If you are making a donation, please check with you place of employment to see it they will match your gift with a corporate gift.  Contact your company’s Human Resources Department to see if your company has a matching program.




Willows participates in AmazonSmile Foundation which will donate 0.5% of the purchase price from your eligible AmazonSmile purchases back to Willows. To set-up your Amazon Smile visit

Scrip2Willows participates in Great Lakes Scrip contact Joan Beck at (920) 625-3943 to set-up your account.



  • Willows accepts the following donation items:

    • IPods for Classroom Music
    • Digital Cameras
    • Children’s books and CDs
    • Children’s Toys or Games
    • Batteries (D’s, C’s, AA’s)
    • Art Supplies (Markers, Glue, Scissors, Etc.)
    • Writing Supplies (Paper, Poster Board, Envelopes, Etc.)
    • Outdoor Toys (Sport Equipment, Trucks, Pails/Shovels Etc.)
    • Gift Cards from local businesses
    • Dramatic Play Items (Dress up Clothes, Kitchen items, Etc.)
    • Sensory Table Items (for pouring, scooping, digging, Etc.)
    • Personal Care Items (Tissues, Toilet Paper and Paper Towels)
    • Healthy Food
    • Printer Ink for Photo Copier
    • Dining Utensils (Supper Plates, Small Bowls and Cups, Etc.)
  • If you are willing to donate your time or expertise we always need help with the following:

    • Painting the Classrooms
    • Improving the Outdoor landscape
    • Maintaining the Outdoor Play Areas
    • Building Shelving and Climbing Units
    • Share their Personal Interest