Photo by Julie BotosHere’s how you can help Darla Brown December 1, 2010 December '10, About Life & Style, Nonprofit Spotlight 970 Small ways you can make a big difference right nowOur thoughts naturally turn to giving over the holidays. Whether it’s giving presents to family or lending of our time to help those less fortunate, it’s the season of giving.We asked a few local nonprofit organizations to put together a “wish list” for us. Just five things that could make an immediate impact for the people they serve. They aren’t asking for much.Each “wish list” contains items that appear budget-friendly and easily attainable.Captain Tawny Cowen-Zanders of the Massillon Salvation Army said these smaller donations combine to make a huge impact.Her immediate thought when asked about her wish list for the Salvation Army? Warm coats for kids. Take a look and see if there’s a small way you can make a difference this holiday season — and throughout the year.DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SHELTERExecutive director: Melissa Pearce 1. Set up donation boxes for used cell phones, food, etc. 2. New pillows, twin sheets, comforters 3. New plush animals 4. Grocery/gas cards 5. First aid kitsDonations accepted: 720 19th St. NE, Canton For more information, call (330) 445-2000 or visit www.dvpi.org.PEGASUS FARMExecutive director: Greg Tesniarz 1. Paper towels 2. Copy paper 3. Distilled white vinegar 4. Lysol spray 5. Toilet tissueDonations accepted: 7490 Edison St. NE, Marlboro Township For more information, call (330) 935-2300 or visit www.pegasusfarm.org.SALVATION ARMY (MASSILLON)Captain:Tawny Cowen-Zanders 1. Coats for children 2. Men’s gloves (adult size) 3. Blankets 4. Toiletry items 5. PillowsDonations accepted: 143 First St. SE, Massillon For more information, call (330) 833-6473 or visit www.salvationarmy.org.PREGNANCY SUPPORT CENTERExecutive director: Jill Taylor 1. Infant clothing, size 0-3 months, onesies 2. Diapers (preemie to size 4) 3. Car seats 4. Similac Advance formula 5. Pack ’n’ PlaysDonations accepted: 4500 22nd St. NW, Jackson Township For more information, call (330) 455-7500 or visit www.pscstark.com.J.R. COLEMAN CENTERExecutive director:Tom Thompson 1. Digital cameras 2. Electric griddle 3. CD/cassette tape player, music CDs 4. Toaster oven 5. Arts materialsDonations accepted: 2213 14th St. NE, Canton For more information, call (330) 452-8376 or visit www.colemancenter.org.ARC OF STARK COUNTYExecutive director: Ron Klonowski 1. Desktop computer 2. Laptop computer 3.Toys/games (for ages 4-22) 4. Life jackets 5. DeskDonations accepted: 4450 Belden Village St NW #307, Jackson Township For more information, call (330) 492-5225 or visit www.arcstark.com.