Wednesday, February 11, 2015
Thursday, December 11, 2014
Wednesday, December 10, 2014
Monday, December 8, 2014
Since 1961, Operation Holiday has made holidays brighter for families in need. The program distributes nonperishable food, fresh food vouchers, winter wear and blankets to low-income families and individuals. Children 14 and under receive gifts through a partnership with the Marines’ Toys for Tots program. In 2012, Operation Holiday launched the Teen2Teen program to provide gifts to teens ages 15 through 17.
With the help of many congregations, businesses, organizations, and individuals, the 2013 Operation Holiday served 11,706 people.
Donate To Operation HolidayYou Can Help!
Congregations, businesses, and organizations are invited to organize donation drives among their members. Operation Holiday relies heavily on volunteer-led donation drives to collect cash, non-perishable food, teen gifts, and winter wear to serve the people of this community.
Donation Drive Needs
Organizations interested in hosting drives may contact Kathleen by calling 264-9303 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Community Drop-Off Sites
Drop off your donations at the Operation Holiday Distribution Center (6225 E. Kellogg Dr. S.) or one of our sponsors’ locations:
H&R Block - the following locations only - 534 S. Rock Rd. (Kellogg & Rock), 2441 N. Maize Rd (New Market Square), 2561 S. Seneca (Pawnee & Seneca) (all donation types accepted), Wells Fargo (non-perishable food, new blankets), In The Bag Cleaners (coats, new blankets), Two Men and a Truck (non-perishable food only), Meritrust Credit Union (non-perishable food only), Dillons Food Stores (non-perishable food starting Dec. 2), Spangles (coats only)
You can bring coats, hats, gloves, scarves, and blankets to the Heart of America Men's Chorus concert at Newman University on December 13th and 14th.
Former accompanist to the HOAMC, David Cason, returned to that position this show to help our regular accompanist, Carol Pracht. David covered every other rehearsal, but due to scheduling conflicts, he cannot play for the show. His help and talent are very much appreciated and it was great to have an alumni of the artistic staff return to the fold. Thank you David!