12 Days of Christmas
Imagine the 3600 wrapped presents we deliver to our clients on the twelve weekdays prior to Christmas. Where do they come from? Who donates them? Who wraps them? Volunteers! It may be your best way to reach out to our clients.
Join us this year to make 2012 our best year yet!
Who Gave What to Make 2010 a Wow!
- FirstBank provided coin purses and pens.
- The Buck Center Knitters made covered coat hangers.
- The cities of Englewood and Littleton supplied calendars.
- The Community Service Club (which provides drivers for Route 7 every Wednesday) assembled and gave the decorative gift bags with dry soups and powdered beverages.
- The Denver La Sertoma Club donated small bags of hard candy that decorated the coat hangers.
- Dental supplies came from three dentists: Dr. Alan Goral, Dr. Brian Furgason, and Dr. Tom Froning.
- The Peabody Elementary School students made gift bags and contributed wrapped facial tissues.
- Holy Trinity Lutheran Church compiled bags of toiletries and grooming aids.
- Leslie Mutnick made fleece lap robes for several clients.
- The women of Littleton United Methodist Church created 318 pine cone skiers.
- Liz Spur and her friends donated the fleece neck scarves.
- Michelle Milash and her friends wrapped 325 cans of soup and donated additional food.
- Children from Our Father Lutheran Church decorated paper gift bags.
- Troop 2446 Cadet Girl Scouts made the refrigerator magnets and photographic greeting cards.
- Two Wal-Mart Stores—the Centennial location on Arapahoe Road and the Littleton location on Coal Mine Avenue — donated $1,750 to pay for gifts and materials.
- Welby Gardens, home of Hardy Boy Plants, gave $2,540 worth of beautiful poinsettias.
- The Whole Foods Market in the Streets at SouthGlenn donated 300 reusable grocery bags to go along with their contribution of $48,518 in grocery items.
- Other gift wrappers and organizers included volunteers from Laradon Hall, members of the “Bit o’Class” Arapahoe County 4-H Club, the National Junior Honor Society of Powell Middle School, and students of Littleton Public Schools Health Sciences Program.