This Fall, we're inviting you to join our mission to provide 25,000 high quality toys to vulnerable children this holiday season! Plus, every time you give, you get entered to win incredible prizes.  

Providing Christmas presents to underserved children and children in crisis is important for several reasons:

  1. Emotional and Psychological Well-being: For children facing adversity, such as poverty, homelessness, or family crises, receiving Christmas presents can bring joy and happiness during a challenging time. It can boost their self-esteem, reduce stress, and provide a sense of normalcy.

  2. Inclusion and Belonging: Christmas is a time when many children look forward to sharing stories about their holiday experiences with friends and classmates. When underserved or crisis-affected children receive presents, they can participate in these conversations and feel a sense of belonging.

  3. Fostering Hope: Christmas presents represent hope for a better future. They send a message to children that people care about them and their well-being, which can inspire optimism and motivation to overcome challenges.

  4. Reducing Disparities: Children from underserved backgrounds may already face disparities in terms of access to education, healthcare, and other resources. Ensuring they receive Christmas presents helps to mitigate some of these disparities and provides them with the same opportunities for joy and celebration as their peers.

  5. Strengthening Community: Acts of giving during the holiday season can foster a sense of community and solidarity. When people come together to provide gifts for underserved children, it builds connections and reinforces the idea that we are all responsible for the welfare of our community's children.

  6. Encouraging Generosity: Teaching children the value of generosity and giving back is an essential lesson. When children see others receiving gifts during the holidays, it can inspire them to be more generous and empathetic in their own lives.

  7. Breaking the Cycle: For families in crisis, receiving Christmas presents can provide temporary relief from financial stress, allowing them to redirect resources to other critical needs like housing, food, or healthcare. This can help break the cycle of poverty or crisis by alleviating immediate burdens.

  8. Creating Positive Memories: Positive holiday memories can have a lasting impact on a child's life. The experiences and traditions associated with receiving Christmas presents can become cherished memories that children carry with them throughout their lives.

  9. Educational and Developmental Benefits: Many Christmas presents for children are educational or developmental in nature. Toys, books, and creative gifts can support a child's cognitive, physical, and emotional development.

  10. Community Building: Organizing and participating in gift-giving initiatives for underserved children can bring communities together. It encourages collaboration among individuals, organizations, and businesses to support a common cause.

In summary, providing Christmas presents to underserved children and children in crisis is not just about material gifts; it's about promoting well-being, hope, inclusion, and the values of generosity and community support. It can make a significant difference in the lives of these children and contribute to building a more compassionate and equitable society.

Our Mission:

This fall, we set a goal of giving 25,000 high quality toys for vulnerable children. We raised 22,817 amazing, high quality toys and that's worth celebrating! Thank you to everyone who took part!!

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