Wish List

Here are some of the things we cannot easily get here.  Please feel free to ask us about any of these if they are unclear.  Instructions for sending packages can be downloaded in this PDF file –> CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD.


Things We Can’t Get Here

Goldfish crackers

Mac and Cheese


Candies – Starburst, Reeses’ Peanut Butter Cups

U.S. holiday decorations and party materials (like paper plates, napkins, etc.)

Boxed cake mixes, canned icing (we can make our own, but we miss these sometimes)

Things We Can Get Here
(but usually don’t because it’s too expensive or not as good)

Peanut Butter

Pancake Syrup

Things for the Girls


Books – The girls love to read, and English-language books are pricey and hard to find here. We gladly receive used books!  Both girls can read on Kindle, so Kindle books or gift cards are very useful.  Contact us (jonandtanyaparks AT gmail DOT com) for current books they might enjoy.


4 thoughts on “Wish List

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    1. Very good question, especially since we haven’t posted them here yet. If you go back to the wish list page on the website, there is now a link at the top of the page to a PDF file with the instructions. If you have any questions, email us at jparks(AT)thefellowship(DOT)info.

  1. We have begun to gather a care package but are unsure what to do about shipping due to your visa situation. Please advise. thanks

    1. Yet another excellent question! Packages generally take a couple of weeks to get here, so it would be best to wait for now – once we have an idea about our return we should know when it would be safe to send. Thank you!!

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