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Hope for the Holidays

Be a part of A Wider Circle’s Holiday Giving Programs

For children and adults living in poverty, the holidays are often a time of anxiety and disappointment.  Many parents are simply unable to provide their children with the type of celebration that so many of us take for granted.  A Wider Circle seeks to make the holidays a time of greater connection for all of us  - and a time of joy for these  families by providing holiday gifts and much more. There are many ways to engage:

Thanksgiving Holiday

Provide Thanksgiving dinner to a family in need by donating:

 

December Holidays

Sponsor a family - Provide holiday gifts to a family in need.  You will receive the number of children and adults in the family, along with their wish list of requested items.

Gift Card Donation - Provide gift cards to stores such as Best Buy, Walmart, Target, and local grocery stores.

Donate new toys and other items to our North Pole! Toys, books, and kids’ winter  clothes.


Email alana@awidercircle.org to sign on or for more information.
 

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A Wider Circle also serves as the coordinating service agency for the Montgomery County Holiday Giving ProjectFor more information, contact Susan Klavon at holidays@awidercircle.org or 240-687-9629.

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