HOPE FOR CHRISTMAS ASSISTANCE
“We are all here for a reason. Be a source of love, and watch it create a ripple effect around you.”
– Michelle Maros
THE 2024 CHRISTMAS APPLICATION PROCESS WILL OPEN ON OCTOBER 27th, 2024
Gifts of Hope Hope for Christmas Program:
Bringing Joy to Seniors and Children
At Gifts of Hope, our "Hope for Christmas" program is dedicated to spreading joy and creating memorable celebrations for low-income senior citizens and children aged 0-16 years old. We understand the importance of the holiday season and the impact it has on families, and we are committed to providing support to those in need during this special time of year.
If you have applied and been selected in the past for our Christmas gifts program, please note that you may not be selected again this year. Our goal is to reach as many families as possible, and we strive to ensure that a wide range of individuals have the opportunity to benefit from our program.
Upon approval, selected participants will receive detailed information regarding the celebration date and the gift pickup date and location. To pick up gifts, individuals will need to provide a picture ID, and for children, a birth certificate will be required.
We are honored to be able to provide this assistance and look forward to bringing joy to families and individuals in need during the holiday season. If you have any questions or would like to learn more about our "Hope for Christmas" program, please feel free to contact us at 206.468.7171.
Thank you for allowing us to be a part of your holiday celebrations. We are dedicated to making a positive impact and spreading hope and joy to those we serve.
Be sure that your selected clothing/shoe sizes are correct. There will be no replacements or returns.
Write a bio & attach a photo for sponsors to see.
REMEMBER: All assistance is voluntary and provided through the generosity of other people. Please, be considerate with gift requests and make them reasonable.
Expecting such things as Hoverboards, Gaming Systems, TV's, Computers, etc are unreasonable.
Submitting an application does not guarantee your acceptance into the program.