You make Christmas special for Nashville’s homeless children
Christmas will soon be here! Each year the Mission’s family of donors and volunteers offer a message of hope at Christmas by giving gifts to all the needy children who call the Mission their temporary home.
Last year, you helped provide gifts to many homeless children in the Nashville area. Sadly, the Mission continues to see increasing numbers of homeless mothers and children. With your help, let’s bless these kids with a Christmas to remember.
You can help by starting a toy drive at your church, school or workplace collecting presents for children from toddlers to teens. Call the Mission’s Volunteer Hotline (615) 312-1544 or email email@example.com for additional information on how you can help make a child’s life brighter this Christmas.
Not only will these kids have gifts under the tree to open—they will also see the love of Christ through the kindness of strangers. Your gifts will not just bring a smile to the face of a child who might not otherwise have Christmas; your gift will fill a heart with hope and joy.
In the coming weeks, these families will participate in Christmas crafts, attend Christmas parties and sing carols. Most of these events and activities take place because generous people in the community like you take it upon themselves to donate or volunteer their time, energy and resources to make them happen. If you or your church group has a strong desire to bring a craft or host a party to make the holidays merry and bright for those who are homeless, the Mission gladly welcomes you. Please call (615) 312-1574 for more information.
Christmas isn’t just about toys, presents, parties and carols—it is about celebrating the love God demonstrated for us—His precious children—through the birth of His son Jesus Christ. This sacrificial love is the true meaning of Christmas. The homeless women and children who call the Mission home can experience this love with your help. Your gifts will not only help them celebrate this holiday, it will fill them with the hope that only God can give.