We are wrapping up for the year again. And what better way to do it. For the 8th year running the Toronto Area Council (TAC) of the CITT is partnering with Holiday Helpers (HH), an organization that provides a one-time personalized Christmas package to low income families with young children who are trying to improve their circumstances. Many families are single-parent households, some are new to Canada and most are involved with subsidized agencies for daycare or other family aid. Their target this year is to help over 700 families. So accept the invitation and bring your family of wrappers out for this.
Check out the Holiday Helpers online at: www.holidayhelpers.org.
This event will see lots of CITT designates, students and their families; children are welcome if they are old enough to help wrap presents. High school students looking for volunteer credit can bring their forms to sign (form must be brought to the wrapping night in order to verify attendance).
Can’t spare the time but still want to help? Here is where you can donate. http://www.holidayhelpers.org/get-involved-drop/donate.html
Pizza & Refreshments & Lots of fun will be provided by CITT Toronto Area Council!
Hope you can join us in our effort to bring joy for the Holiday Season to the many families in need supported by Holiday Helpers!
We hope you can make it!
How to Register for this Event:
- If you do not yet have a CITT account, click here to create an account. If you already have an account, you'll need to be logged in. If you aren't already logged in, please use the "Sign In" fields to the right. If you've forgotten your login information, you can click here to retrieve your username or reset your password here.
- Once you're logged in, click on the green Register Myself button
- Click the green Proceed to Checkout button
If you need any help registering, please contact Jennifer at email@example.com.
1880 The Queensway
Etobicoke, M9C 5H5
(this is old Home Outfitters location across the road from Sherway Gardens. It’s in the same plaza as Homesense and in the same parking lot as the Saks Fifth Avenue Outlet)