The holiday season is a very special time at St. Joseph’s Villa. Holiday traditions, new and old, are formed right here with the hope that they will bring peace and joy to the lives of the people we serve. With essential help from our community, we’re proud to be able to provide food, warm clothing, and gifts for more than 400 children and families who might otherwise go without.
While you’re preparing to celebrate with those special to you this year, we ask you to join us in spreading hope to our community’s most vulnerable neighbors and friends through our 2023 Season of Hope program.
Please keep in mind, donations of Amazon Wish List items and gift cards need to be delivered to the Villa by Monday, December 4th in order to reach clients for the holidays! Thank you!
Our Amazon Wishlist is an easy way you can provide essentials and gifts requested by our children and families. All items can be shipped directly to the Villa.
A financial contribution to our the Season of Hope program is another way you can brighten the holidays for our children and families. Please make contributions payable to St. Joseph’s Villa and note in the memo, c/o Mary Rousis, Season of Hope. We’ll do the shopping for you!
You can help keep pantries full this season with the donation of a grocery store gift card (Kroger, Food Lion, Wal-Mart, Target).
For more information, please contact Mary Rousis, Community Engagement Coordinator at 804-553-3211 or email.
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