Holiday Project / Adopt a Family

The Lamoille Family Center organizes two projects every year to make the holidays a bit brighter for area families.

Holiday Project

On a Saturday in December, parents (or guardians) who have registered with the Family Center, choose new toys for their children as well as donated books, hats and mittens. Families must complete 2 hours of community service during the year in order to participate in this project.

You can register by:

If you are a family that could use the extra assistance during this holiday season, call to get details and register at 888-5229 ext 120 or click here to email.

You can help by:

  • Donating new, unwrapped toys, stocking stuffers, hats and mittens for children up to age 12
  • Donating new or used children’s books
  • Donating money to be used to purchase toys needed for a particular age group of children
  • Volunteering your time to help staff the event
  • Referring families in need to this project
  • Asking friends, family, co-workers, etc. to donate to this project

For more information about how you can help, please call 888-5229 ext 150 or click here to email.

Adopt a Family Project

Families are referred by a service provider to participate in this project, where they are matched with a donor (family, business, religious group, etc) who shops for the members of the family based upon items listed on a wish list. Families can only participate in this project once in a lifetime.

To refer a family, call 888-5229.

You can help by:

  • Becoming a donor (alone or as part of a larger group)
  • Referring families in need to this project
  • Asking friends, family and co-workers to donate with you.
  • For more information about how you can help, please call 888-5229 ext 150 or click here to email

 

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