Tree of Hope
CHRISTMAS GIFT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
Tree of Hope provides Christmas gifts to children, families, DHS foster children, adult recovery homes and we partner with the Angel Tree program supporting children of incarcerated parents. Volunteers make tags for our tree, organize, shop, wrap and deliver presents. We also provide a fun filled Christmas party for families we serve. Christmas Decor by C & D Landscape Co. decorates Hope on the Hill facilities, Santa comes, and kids get to decorate cookies and do crafts while participating. This year, the gift pick up and Christmas party will be on December 10th from 10am to 12pm. Scotty's Playhouse is also open during that time next door if families want to run and get some energy out as well!!
If you are in need or know someone that is in need this holiday season we will be signing families us at Salvation Army on November 2nd 10am to 1pm, November 3rd 4pm to 7pm and November 4th 10am to 1pm. The Salvation Army requires that you bring proof of Income, Address and ID for EACH child (social security card, student body card, birth certificate, medical card)
We will also be assisting families get signed up at Church on the Hill on Sundays November 6th and 13th 9:30am to 12:30pm. Sign ups will be in the main church building on the lower level in room 116. Signs will be posted.
For more information, email Kassandra VanDyke
The last day to sign up for assistance is Sunday Nov. 13th from 9:30am - 12:30pm in Room 116 at Church on The Hill.
If you wish to sponsor a child, the tree will be available in the lobby at Church on the Hill on the following Sundays:
You can also donate gift cards or money by clicking on the SUPPORT US links on this website and by emailing Program Coordinator, Kassandra VanDyke
Volunteer information meeting November 10th, 2016 from 6-8pm. The meeting will take place at Hope on the Hill, located at 500 N Hill Rd. (the old Chemeketa Building) one driveway down from Church on the Hill. For more information, please email TREE OF HOPE COORDINATOR, Kassandra VanDyke.
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