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Holiday Angel Project

Holiday Angel Project 2017

 

This holiday season, become a holiday angel by helping refugee women who are rebuilding their lives in Arizona.

Every year, the RWHC holds a Holiday Angel Drive to collect household, childcare, and clothing items for refugees. Last year's event was a great success! Approximately 500 women and children received gifts. Please consider joining our effort to help make this year's event an even greater success! 

How can you become a holiday angel? 
Place a donation box at your business, place of worship, or school and help us collect goods and contributions to present to refugee women at our annual Holiday Angel Party this December. 
 
Monetary Donations are also sincerely appreciated. To donate now, please click here.
 
How do you sign up?
Just let us know you're willing to place a box at your location. We'll deliver the box to you in late October/early November.
 
How can I volunteer?
We have plenty of volunteer opportunities leading up to the event, as well as on the day of the event. If you are interested in volunteering please contact our Head Volunteer, Lea Witzel by emailing her at lea_witzel@dmgaz.org.
 
For more information about the event and how you can get involved, contact Rachel Mendoza at 602-344-5091 or rachel_mendoza@dmgaz.org.

Collection Deadline: December 6

Event Date: December 16

 

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