Family Giving Tree: Granting Wishes for Joy & Learning

Posted: November 27, 2018

Bellarmine's annual holiday drive for Family Giving Tree (FGT) runs from November 28 through December 10. If you would like to fulfill the holiday wish of a low-income child, teen or senior citizen, you've got options!

  • Purchase a specific gift by pulling a wish card in the CSP offices in O'Donnell Hall.
  • Purchase a specific gift online via the Family Giving Tree's online wishlist.
  • Make a donation of $35 (or any amount) online* for the purchase of a child's gift.
  • Purchase a gift card/certificate from Safeway or Target for a low-income family.

Wish card gifts and gift cards should be returned to the CSP offices by Monday, December 10. We'd love to be able to provide each gift recipient with a new toothbrush if you can add that to your shopping list.

A Christmas heart is a giving heart. We hope you will join us in partnership with FGT, in embracing and growing the spirit of the season.

Delivering Joy (video by FGT).

Please feel free to email Shawn Descourouez if you have any questions.

* For online monetary donations, go to ‚ÄčFamily Giving Tree's online wishlist, click on VIEW CART, enter the desired amount under ADDITIONAL DONATION and click on ADD TO DONATION LIST.

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