Ticor has an established tradition of giving back to our communities during the holiday season.  For the 2012 holiday season we are providing support by gathering food, supplies, funds, and gifts to benefit our military troops abroad, the hungry in our community, and children who hope for a happier holiday.

Together, our generous donations will make a difference in the lives of many this holiday season! Thank you for giving back!

Where to donate

Each of our seven escrow branches has a donation station at the front desk.  When you visit us for an appointment, please remember to bring along something to benefit troops, families, or kids.

What to donate

Below are suggestions for items to donate:

Troop Support

Food Drive

Childrens Gift Drive

  • Individual packages of cookies
  • Starbucks Via ready-brew coffee
  • Nuts (no peanuts please)
  • Seeds (pumpkin, sunflower, etc.)
  • Individual packages of Skittles
  • Gum
  • Life Savers, Tic Tacs
  • Starburst, Dots
  • Individual packages of raisins
  • Individual Kleenex packs
  • Eye drops
  • Ibuprofen, Advil (no aspirin, please)
  • Toothbrushes
  • Liquid hand sanitizer
  • Foot powder, Gold Bond powder (4 oz size)
  • Wet wipes, individually wrapped packets (no baby wipes, please)
  • Neosporin or anti-fungal cream
  • Socks, boot-length, black or white (no low-cut, please)
  • Paperback books
  • Altoids
  • Cash donations
  • No chocolate candy please
  • Oatmeal
  • Whole grain pastas
  • Brown rice
  • Tomato products
  • Canned vegetables
  • Canned fruit, especially with low sugar (but not artificial sweeteners)
  • Canned fish or meat
  • Shelf-stable milk
  • Beef stew, chili and similar meals with low sugar and saturated fats

Infant and baby foods:

  • Baby formula
  • Canned milk
  • Infant cereal
  • Jars of baby food
  • Powdered or canned milk
  • We also accept baby diapers
  • Art supplies & crafts kits
  • Blankets
  • Board games/Playing cards
  • Books (Activity/coloring books, board books, early readers, chapter books, classic novels, bi-lingual Spanish books)
  • Building blocks/Legos
  • Calendars & Organizers
  • Clothing (athletic shorts/pants, coats, rain boots, jackets, gloves, jeans and pants, pajamas, scarves and hats, slippers/other slip-on shoes, sneakers, socks, sweaters, sweat suits, T-shirts, underwear, wallets, watches)
  • Costume jewelry
  • Diaper bags
  • Dolls, puppets and action figures
  • DVDs – cartoons and children’s movies
  • Handheld electronic games
  • Puzzles
  • Remote control cars
  • Sporting goods/outdoor toys
  • Stuffed animals
  • Toiletries
  • Towels
  • Writing journals

Questions or comments? Please share below!