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Stuff a Stocking for Sign of Hope and help bring joy to a child or family in need

Stuff a Stocking for Sign of Hope and help bring joy to a child or family in need

Every child deserves a gift this Christmas. 

The pleasure of a gift at Christmas, for many of us, is a familiar thrill.  But, for many of those we serve, a Christmas gift is a luxury.   

YOU can change that by making a special donation to Stuff a Stocking for Sign of Hope as part of our Giving Tuesday campaign. 

Last year, Sign of Hope donors helped purchase thousands of dollars' worth of Christmas joy, including hundreds of presents for clients across dozens of programs.    

Giving Tuesday is just a few short days away. We need your help to see a child, youth, or struggling family beam with joy this Christmas. For as little as $25, you can Stuff a Stocking for Sign of Hope and we'll use your donation to buy them a special gift and help ensure they wake up on Christmas morning feeling loved. 
  
For many, this might be the only gift they receive this year. 
 
Gifts will go to programs across our agency including at-risk young people, women and children fleeing domestic violence, seniors experiencing abuse, and first-time mothers and their babies. Stuff a Stocking for Sign of Hope today and bring comfort and joy to vulnerable individuals and families, right here in our community. 

Thank you for helping us make this Christmas memorable for the people we serve. Your kindness will stay in their hearts for years to come.   

May the joy and hope of the season be with you and your loved ones.  

P.S. When you donate to Stuff a Stocking for Sign of Hope, you can also include a special Christmas message of hope in the “comments” section when you make a donation, and we will  share it with those we serve. Thank you for spreading the spirit of the season, and Merry Christmas!  

Please, click here donate now. 

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