A charity centre was broken into over the May bank holiday weekend and thousands of pounds worth of items were taken.
The Sense Centre in Pinchbeck provides day service provision to almost 30 people with complex needs from the surrounding area.
The items stolen enabled individuals to access and enjoy the sensory garden at the centre.
A spokesman said that upon hearing the news, people have been in touch to see whether they can help.
“Many people from the community have asked how they can lend their support to us and we have directed them to the Sense shop in Spalding, which provides vital income to help us continue our work supporting individuals with complex needs.”