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Art Supplies

Programs that provide access to paints, brushes, easels, canvases, paper, dyes, chalk, charcoal, coloured pencils, clay, glass, beads, pieces of wood, cutting tools, scraps of fabric and other tools and materials that are required for any of a variety of art or craft projects.

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Fitness Equipment and Accessories

Programs that provide access to free weight equipment, ankle weights, weight machines, treadmills, exercise bikes, rowing equipment, step machines, weight benches, exercise mats, pedometers, stopwatches and other gear that is used to improve physical fitness.

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Sports Equipment

Programs that provide access to any of a variety of recreational gear that is required to participate in an individual or team sport or game for people who want to have an opportunity to play.

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Toy Libraries/Toy Loan Programs

Programs available in many communities that maintain a collection of children's playthings, games and equipment that are available on a loan basis to local families. Programs may be run by individuals, charitable organizations, government agencies, libraries or other groups. Some toy libraries serve all children, while others focus on providing toys for a particular group such as preschoolers or children with disabilities. Some are free services, while others charge a membership fee. And some are mobile programs that travel from neighbourhood to neighbourhood on a rotating basis, with local children welcomed to play with the toys in its collection, borrow them to take home, or both.

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The above terms and definitions are part of the Taxonomy of Human Services, used here by permission of INFO LINE of Los Angeles.


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