Introducing “Magic Makers Program "
Starting this holiday season we have rolled out a new program called “Magic Makers” it’s our version of a holiday adoption opportunity. Our supporters and collaborators requested a way to adopt one or more of our families and shop directly for their wants and wishes as a way to help make Christmas magic possible this holiday season for families that currently could use some extra holiday cheer. The families are local Rhode Islanders who have registered with our agency for the 9th Annual Joseph Silva Memorial Christmas Toy Drive.
Jules Hope Chest is a non-profit organization that was established to provide the extra hope and enhancement of items and programs that are truly essentials of childhood. They are the items that are easily cut from budgets but we are making them our priority to allow children to just be kids and not have to worry about the needs and essentials for their childhood. We are committed to helping the most vulnerable at need children in the state of Rhode Island by providing opportunities and resources that they may otherwise not experience.
“Our toy drive was established 9 years ago in memory of my Dad (Joseph Silva) it all started with a vision that built off my father's legacy. It's been a whirlwind but completely and utterly amazing to be able to help so many at risk children, families in need, organizations and communities in our beautiful state. Since taking over my Dad’s Toy Drive in 2013 we have collected thousands of toys and help hundreds of families all year round." stated by Julie Silva, Founder/CEO
Jules Hope Chest is proud to introduce the “Magic Makers Program” and is committed to follow the late Joseph Silva’s wish of seeing every child to be able to wake up Christmas morning to a present under their Christmas tree. Anyone who want to help make Christmas Magic happen by becoming a “Magic Maker” message us on our website www.juleshopechest.org or email Julie@juleshopechest.org or call 401-216-8677 for more details on how to sign up.
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