Christmas on 8th Street
SAVE THE DATE FOR GIVING TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29th
Volunteers are at it again! It's Christmas on 8th Street, and the hallways will soon look like a Hallmark movie. Pictures will adorn the walls with love. A spotlight will shine on the donors who support our mission.
The lighting of the homes and winter displays for photo opportunities
Santa and Mrs. Clause
Trousdale Acres Tiny Hiney's Travelin' Farm
Hot Cocoa and Cookies
Jingle Bell Stop features a unique tour with prizes for kids
A Marketplace of Crafts and Unique Gift items
Music and good company
A food alley featuring Bad Newz BBQ and more
We need sponsors for our residents more than ever. We have accepted residents who could not pay the amount of care but were vulnerable. A sweet young lady was discharged from the Children's Baptist Home because she had aged out of the state system. A young man who loves to whistle needs to learn more independence, and his parents are planning for the long term. We worked with First Stop and Huntsville Hospital to provide emergency care when the family could not provide care.
8th Street Community offers the same services as an assisted living facility but receives no state or federal income, nor do we have passive income. Your donation covers the cost of our residents' unmatched care.
Here are ways to help:
We couldn't do this without our volunteers. There is still time to join, and we would love to have you at our next meeting. Contact Cydney Honaker for more info at email@example.com.
Our wonderful volunteers:
Breanna Baucaum, UAH
Parking and Logistics
Jack Lawrence, Harvest Point Church
Hot Cocoa and Cookies
Karen Krakus and Michelle Smith, RFCU
Resident Art Market
Fire Side Smores
Stephen and Robin Scott and Harvest Point Church
Alma Kiss and Terry Thompson
Children's Activities "
We need 20 volunteers
Kaleena Jacobson, Cydney Honaker, and Andrea Williams
Wynton Scott needs 4 volunteers
Redstone Federal Credit Union Team , Cydney Honaker
We need volunteers
8th Street Community residents feel the love of our donors. They know you care. May your Christmas season be warm and bright.