Projects tagged with "FAMILIES"

Donate Toys for the Young Clients at Human Services Association- Pasitos

Human Services Association Pasitos Early Childhood Education is a non-profit organization which serves over 1,000 low-income families and children (ages 0 to 5 years) who resides in the southeast area and other surrounding cities within Los Angeles County. Many of their families are faced with the financial burden to provide for their families. As the holidays approach they ask that you remember HSA in your holiday plans. they are asking for toy donations for children ages 0-5 to have their Pasitos children enjoy a successful holiday season with your gift. they thank you in advance for your support. Drop off arrangements can be done by calling (323)513-0594 Ext 413.

http://www.hsala.org

Donate Toys to the Didi Hirsch Center’s 6th Annual Toy Drive

Help DIdi Hirsch reach its ambitious goal of giving a toy to all of their clients' children! These are families who have various challenges and would love to have a happy holiday season. Donate new, unwrapped toys- collection bin located at reception office. Donate gift cards/cash for gift purchases- donations accepted by Ayanna Keeling (Sepulveda HQ). Purchase movie tickets, great gifts for teens- donations accepted.___ Please contact Ayanna Keeling: Akeeling@didihirsch.org 310.751.5331

http://www.didihirsch.org

Adopt a Low-Income Family With a Special Needs Child for the Holidays

All ECF client families face challenges living with a family member with special needs especially their Early Start families, many of whom struggle to live on very little income. Each year, they choose families who need more than most to participate in their Adopt a Family program. they have families of all sizes who need your help to make sure their children have gifts to open this Christmas. Visit www.ecf.net/holidaygiving for more details or contact Lisa at 310-773-9436 or lkelly@ecf.net to learn more or be matched with a family.

http://www.ecf.net

Provide GIfts for the Youth at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Carson

Please help the Boys & Girls Clubs of Carson break last years record of providing over 500 children gifts for the organizations Community Holiday Party. The event provides families with gifts for the holiday season. The Clubs toy drive kicks off Nov. 1 _ Dec. 8 in hopes of having all items ready to roll by the Dec. 14 event. Start a collection today! Ages serve range from 0-18 years old. In addition they provide about 50 highly in need families with grocery store gift cards. *Toys must be new. *Every year they struggle with gifts for teens so gift cards are greatly appreciated. Jamba Juice, McDonalds, Starbucks etc. * Grocery giftcards are from $25.00 to $50.00 dollars.

https://www.bgccarson.org/

Aid MEND in Their Blanket Drive Innitiative

Help MEND collect warm blankets to fill their holiday baskets. Together you can share the warmth with families during the holiday season. NEW Twin, Full or Queen Blankets. Link to register:https://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/eventReg?oeidk=a07efo1myx984df50f4&oseq=&c=&ch=Contact: Maggie Gregor MEND 818-897-2443christmas@mendpoverty.org

http://www.mendpoverty.org

Join the Gift Drive Wishlist with LA Family Housing

LA Family Housing serves over 6,000 homeless people every year. LA Family Housing has lots of great donation opportunities for the holidays available to help the many needy families the organization assists. Pitch in with the following holiday programs today! Gift Drive: Help line the shelves of LAFHs Wishmart, Santas special toy store for children receiving LAFH services. Buy a new toy, or give a $20 Target gift card, and provide the opportunity for over 300 children to choose their gifts at LAFHs Winter Wonderland party. Drop Off By Dec. 12! For more info, please contact Terry: TLotka@lafh.org

http://www.lafh.org

Support New Image Emergency Shelter for the Homeless, Inc.’s Annual Christmas Store

The New Image Annual Childrens Christmas Store provides toys, shoes, gift cards, refreshments, and a visit with Santa, for children from homeless and low-income families. It is called a store because the children are allowed to shop for their toys; however, all items are FREE. Additionally, parents receive supermarket gift cards so they can purchase food for the holidays as well. This year, the Christmas store will be distributing over 20,000 toys and over 1,800 pairs of shoes, and will serve more than 1,800 children, from over 690 homeless and low-income families with children. This holiday season help us provide another loving, fun-filled, memorable Christmas to the children of homeless and low-income families. New Image is requesting your financial and/or in-kind support to ensure toys and a pair of shoes for every child attending the New Image 24th Annual Childrens Christmas Store. We accept In-Kind or financial donations of or for the purchase of the following items: * Food for Holiday Food Baskets (Turkeys, hams, mash potatoes, gravy, etc.) * Toys (Learning instruments, board games, sports gear, bicycles, scooters, dolls, video games, etc.) * Gifts (Books, perfume sets, watches, headphones, etc. for teens) * Shoes (Toddlers and adult sizes) * Decorations (Christmas trees, ornaments, wrapping paper, etc.)

http://www.newimageshelter.org

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