Holiday Programs Happening in Our Community
We need more donors for 2 of our holiday programs: Adopt-a-Family and Adopt-a-Senior. Here is a link with all the info and how to sign up.
This is the last week to place your poinsettia order! This is one of SVA’s main fundraisers of the year and options for purchase include an 8” double poinsettia in red, white or pink for $25. Any order of 5 or more plants in Scott and Carver counties qualifies for free delivery. Orders are due by November 19 and plants will be delivered the week of December 7.
Orders can be placed on the SVA website at www.svamn.org <https://svabw.us12.list-manage.com/track/click?u=f38f86e5d56140ba7c9951dcc&id=7708074a13&e=d39aa02cad> or by calling the office at (952) 873-4214. The poinsettias are locally grown by Bachmann’s, who is regarded as one of the top growers of poinsettias in the country.
Feel free to contact Melissa, SVA’s Office and Volunteer Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:email@example.com> or by calling (952) 873-4214 for more information. Thank you for your support!
The Shakopee Police Dept is hosting a winter coat drive now through Dec. 4th. The winter gear will be given to families who are participating in the Shop with a Cop program on Dec. 9th. If you could get the word out about this it would be much appreciated!
Nicole Clifton ,Crime Prevention Specialist, Shakopee Police Department ,
475 Gorman St., Shakopee MN 55379
(952) 233-9441 | (952) 233-3811 fax | nclifton@ShakopeeMN.gov | www.ShakopeeMN.gov
We provide Target gift cards to any Native American enrolled in any of the federally recognized tribes whom reside in Scott County for Thanksgiving meal and again for Christmas meal!
Cassandra Johnson, Family Advocate, Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community, Desk (952)496-6161
We have a holiday program coming up in December.
Angie Olson, Client Advocate, SVA, 952.873.4214, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.svamn.org
These are our two projects that people would be welcome to participate in. They are not programs to come to, but they are ways people can help provide for some needs in your community. They may seem simple, but we have had people let us know that these have had an impact in changing lives.
In Christ, Karen Selby, 651-408-1300
Coat Drive 2021 simple flyer Christmas Card appeal 2020
Hope for the Holidays is more than a holiday gift program. We turn the holidays into an opportunity for the community to connect with families the gift of hope. Esperanza-CAP connects families in need with donors and provides resources to families that help pave the way to long-term stability.
In light of COVID-19 we are making modifications to the program to ensure the safety of our donors, families, and staff. We have detailed these changes in the attached letter, but one thing remains the same, our children and families will need your support now more than ever.
Help make sure that ALL young people get at least one great, exciting gift this year by donating to our Hope for the Holiday program
Mary Hernandez, Community Project Coordinator, Office 651- 322-3544, Pronouns: she/her/hers,