Open your mouth for the mute, For the rights of all the unfortunate. Open your mouth, judge righteously, And defend the rights of the afflicted and needy”
Proverbs 31:8-9 NASB
Octopus Kids is taking steps to protect our children and to protect the community. Please review our two phased plan reviewed by Dr. Richard Lampe, Infectious Disease specialist of Lubbock Texas.
Extra Supplies Needed - Donate Today!Contact: Ty Rodriguez, Children's GuardianPhone: 432-413-3758 Email: NurseTy77@OctopusKids.org
- Face Shields - we need 7-9 shields for each Nurse and Nurses aid to rotate them. Harbor Freight has a shield that meets our need, item# 62995, but any face shield of similar quality would be great.
- Wipes Sam's Club has a limit of 2 cases per customer. Our usual order is 12-15 cases of wipes per month.
- Bleach wipes/Bleach Limited at Sam's Club as well. Normal usage is 5 bleach wipe packs of 5 per day. Used to clean our equipment we could also use diluted bleach and spray bottles
- Paper Towels We use the Marathon paper towels from Sam's Club (Item # 980078481 )
- Cash donations - All unspecified cash donations will go to purchasing adult/baby wipes, Clorox bleach wipes, Lysol, and other disinfectants. Click Here to see how to donate money!
N-95 Masks High priority! We need 30 to 32 N-95 masks to protect Nurses and Nurses aids. Gowns Very limited. Any amount is greatly appreciated
Big thanks to the following for donations:
- The anonymous donor who purchased 50 protective gown! This critical donation will help to protect our kids, our nurses and our community
- An anonymous donor who paid the repair bill of $680 to fix the wheel chair lift for our van!
Located in Odessa Texas, Octopus Kids, previously known as Vicky’s Kids Inc., is a non-profit 501(c)3 medical advocacy home setting for medically dependent children. We give 24-hour care as each of these children have unique circumstances and require special care by a staff of qualified and loving RN/LVN nurses. These children do not speak, walk and some are alert only a few minutes a day.