As we all prepare for the holidays, we are reminded of how grateful we are, and of our neighbors in need. The holiday season is a very special time at St. Joseph’s Villa, and for many of our clients, this has been an especially challenging year. Holiday traditions, new and old, are formed right here with the hope that they will bring peace and joy to the lives of those we serve. St. Joseph’s Villa, with the essential help from our community, is proud to be able to provide food, warm clothing, and gifts for more than 400 children and families who might otherwise go without. We hope you will join us in spreading holiday cheer by partaking in the Villa’s 2021 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 6 in order to reach clients for the holidays! Thank you!
For everyone’s safety, this year we have created an Amazon Wish List to fulfill our clients’ specific needs. All items will be shipped directly to the Villa.
Click here to give through our Amazon Wish List.
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 Jennifer Leon, Season of Hope.
Click here to make a donation.
You can help keep pantries full this season with the donation of a grocery store gift card (Kroger, Food Lion, Wal-Mart, Target). If you wish to send season’s greetings with your gift, print and color one of our holiday cards!
Greeting Card #1
Greeting Card #2
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