For some, the holiday season is “the most wonderful time of the year.” However, this is not the case for everyone. For many families, the holiday season can often be a stressful time for a variety reasons. Whether there are worries about having enough food or meeting the expectations of their kids, the holiday season is a difficult time for many people. We understand that the holiday season can be a challenging for many families, and that is why Moorelands Kids aims to help Toronto families in need and spread holiday cheer through our Christmas Sharing program!
The holiday season is a time to reach out and connect with others, including those who could use help the most. Through our Christmas Sharing program, we reach out to families of children who have attended Moorelands Camp who need some additional support over the holidays, and connect them to those who want to help!
You can spread holiday cheer by donating gifts and groceries to families in need through our Christmas Sharing program. When you sign up to adopt-a-family, Moorelands Kids will provide you with information on the family you adopt, and how you can make their holiday season truly special. You will receive details regarding the…
- number of people in the family;
- ages of the children;
- and likes and interests of the children to help with gift-giving.
By signing up to adopt-a-family, you can help make a positive impact in someone’s life when they need it most!
GIFT OF OPPORTUNITY
By participating in our Christmas Sharing program, you are not only spreading holiday joy and cheer; you are also giving our youth the gift of opportunity. “It’s not just about the toys – you’re giving them tools to help with their future” – Laurette (camper parent/Christmas sharing parent).
As Moorelands Kids continues to receive more support for our Christmas Sharing program each year, kids and families all over Toronto receive gifts that inspire hope, kindness, and holiday cheer.
By signing up for Moorelands Kids’ Christmas Sharing program, you can make a difference in the lives of those in need and make this holiday season one to remember.
by Cindy Liu and Kyle Dedecker