3. Half Way Homes or Foster Families: Many shelters or homes for families trying to make it back on their feet are run by mostly volunteers with very little money to spend. Often children will spend their nights there while parents are working two or three jobs and crafting supplies will be well loved and forever cherished.
4. City Recreation Centers: Your local gym or rec center often have an area designated for arts and crafts. They'd likely love a back stock of coffee cans or egg cartons from which they could make something substantial to keep the children's attention.
5. Libraries: Many libraries can have a children's craft time in addition to your basic story telling. Quite often they'll color or make cut outs of beloved book characters, so keep them in mind when it comes to glue, scissors, construction paper and more!
Do you have another great place to add to our list? Let us know in the comments below!