Updated: December 12, 2016
Each year, we have an opportunity to shop for single moms and their children, homeless youth, and individuals with disabilities. In 2015, we touched over 400 individuals with gifts. Download flyer with full details
Here are this year’s shopping programs:
Dakota Woodlands is an Eagan-based shelter whose mission is to help women who seek to become self-sufficient. They are collecting toys, gifts, and gift certificates that will be arranged in a store for moms and children to shop.
Drop off at SOTV by Dec. 15
Southside Family Nurturing Center is a place where low income families who have been victims of child abuse and neglect can go for help and get a fresh start. Toys and gifts donated to Southside are arranged in a store, allowing parents and children to shop for gifts they would otherwise be unable to give.
Drop off at SOTV by Dec. 12
Armful of Love - THIS PROGRAM IS FULL
Drop off in Burnsville Dec. 2-3
Lutheran Social Services, Homeless Youth- THIS PROGRAM IS FULL
Drop off at SOTV no later than Dec. 12
Wingspan Life Resources - THIS PROGRAM IS FULL
Drop off at SOTV no later than Dec. 18
Monetary Programs: Don’t want to shop? Spread some Christmas cheer to a ministry that could really use your dollars. Choose from The Sheridan Story at Falcon Ridge (hunger), Tanzania Partnership, Lutheran Disaster Response, Kids ‘n Kinship or SOTV’s choice.
Donations accepted throughout November and December
Christmas Gift Giving flyers are available now at church entrances and for download here. Thank you for sharing God’s abundance this Christmas! Questions? Contact Lisa Hegerman at (952) 985-7329 or Lisa.Hegerman@sotv.org.