Walk the Walk Foundation bringing joy to 1000 local children

| December 11, 2014 | 1 Comment

wtwfIn the true hustle & bustle of the holiday season, local nonprofit Walk the Walk Foundation has been busier than ever before. Together with sponsors from the community, they are providing Christmas for over 1,000 children this year.

Along with local families, individuals, and businesses, Walk the Walk is partnering with Annapolis Area Christian School, Bay Area Community Church, Downtown Hope, and Jenkins Memorial Church to help provide gifts and clothing for the families this season.

And for the first time many local shops & schools including John James Salon, Annapolis Pottery, BB&T (Severna Park Branch), & the Summit School are holding toy drives. You can drop off board games, stuffed animals and toys there today.

Along with holiday decorating, shopping and sponsoring children, Walk the Walk’s volunteers act as Santa’s elves as they help bring the program together. Walk the Walk Foundation has volunteer needs for all ages, so bring your family & friends to help Santa out this Christmas!

During the week of December 15, 2014 families will pick up their gifts just in time for Christmas. If you would like to be a part of this great program, email Chelsea@wtwf.org today.

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