We’re pleased to announce Santa’s Sleigh is wrapping up its deliveries for 2018 this weekend.
Santa’s Sleigh kicked off the season with a Thanksgiving effort in northern Floriday, helping families in the storm zone from Hurricane Michael to enjoy Thanksgiving in their own homes.
Also, over the course of two Saturdays Santa’s Sleigh sponsored “Shop-with-a-Cop” activities in six rural communities where such events are quite unusual. These fun, inexpensive activites help mentor disadvantaged youth in Christmas cheer as they look to gift a little Christmas to other children, seniors and families in their communities. This effort began in two communities a year ago and this year expanded to communities in rural Utah, Idaho, Wyomng and Montana.
This weekend the work of Santa’s Sleigh continues with our traditional deliveries aimed at helping families in need and others facing difficult situations. By the end of day on Sunday, December 23rd, Santa’s Sleigh will have delivered paid utility bills, groceries, Christmas trees and small gifts to eight families in Florida, California, Texas, Arkansas, Massachusetts, Utah, and Idaho.
Each of these families are sponsored by a Church or service organization who deliver the gifts of Santa’s Sleigh on our behalf. That way they do not know who does the gifting and need only enjoy the Christmas holiday knowing that Santa is looking out for them.
Thank you for your generous support this year. We look forward to beginning these efforts again in the New Year.