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Calling All Christmas Elves!
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Calvary Christmas Project
Purchase a Gift for a Child
from their personal “Wish List”
Available beginning November 1
Sort and Box Donated Toys, Clothing & Household Items
in Basement of EB2
NOW through Saturday , Dec. 15
Wrap Gifts from the Children’s “Wish List”
in Basement of EB2
Beginning Wednesday, Nov. 28
Move Donated Items to Fellowship Hall
(Help is especially needed on these dates)
Wednesday, Dec. 12 & Thursday, Dec.13
Assemble and Stage Food Boxes
Wednesday, Dec. 12
Fill and Final Set-up of Food and Gift Boxes
in ROC Fellowship Hall & Gym
Friday, Dec. 14
Gather in ROC to Greet and Pray with Families
Help with Food and Clothing Needs
Deliver to those unable to pick up their items
Saturday, Dec. 15
WHAT ITEMS ARE NEEDED?
On December 15th the Calvary Christmas Project families are invited to shop for clothing, toys and household items when they come to receive their food and gift boxes. Your “gently used” children’s toys, housewares and clothing are very much appreciated by these families. A detailed list of items needed and donation guidelines can be found here.
WHERE CAN DONATED ITEMS BE DROPPED OFF?
Donations may be dropped off in the basement foyer of Calvary’s Education Building 2 now through December 12th.
WHEN IS HELP NEEDED TO BOX AND SORT ITEMS?
With donations already coming in, we need volunteers in the EB2 basement on:
· Mondays starting at 12:00pm
· Wednesdays at 10:00am or from 5:30-7:30pm
· Thursdays starting at 12:00pm
How to get involved in the 2018 Christmas Project:
♦ Contribute Financially via a special offering
♦ Purchase a Gift for a Child from their personal ‘Wish List”
♦ Sort and Box Donated Toys, Clothing & Household Items
♦ Wrap Gifts from the Children’s “Wish Lists”
♦ Move Donated Items to Fellowship Hall
♦ Assemble and Stage Food Boxes
♦ Fill Food and Set up Gift Boxes
♦ Gather in ROC to Greet and Pray with Families
♦ Volunteer to help “Shoppers” in Fellowship Hall
♦ Load cars for those that pick up their food, gifts and household goods
♦ Deliver food and gifts to those unable to pick up their items
Photos courtesy of Scott Simpson.
Since 1975 Calvary Baptist Church has reached out to families in need throughout our community. What began as a single class project serving 8 families has now grown to an average of 175 families served each year. With over 250 multi-generational volunteers giving hundreds of volunteer hours throughout the year, this church-wide project is at the heart of Calvary’s mission as a “Christ filled church in the center of our community”.