Christmas

Mother and son outdoors
Happy family having fun in the park,outdoor
Handsome young man smiling outdoors in nature
Facial portrait of cute African girl resting cheek on hand.

You can make this Christmas miraculous!  For many of our kids there has been no holiday tree, no family feast and no festive memories.  The Holidays were filled with abuse and neglect.  Your gifts will restore the joy and wonderment of Christmas to the hearts of the 300 children and youth who call Place of Hope “home” on a daily basis.

Fulfill a child’s wish list today!

For some kids, this will be their first present ever!

Create Festive Memories

The Holidays are more than just presents under the tree, they are also the memories made with those who love you.  Help our Family Cottages create festive memories as a family.  You can sponsor experiences rather than gifts, providing unique opportunities these kids may never otherwise have.

(Every cottage is home to six girls or boys and two live-in parents.)

Ideas for Family Holiday Memories

Family of Girls

Board games
Nail salon
Bowling passes
Movie tickets
Museum passes
Movie night basket
Beach day basket
Skyzone/Fun Depot gift card
Putt-putt passes
Christmas light tour
Karaoke machine
Yard games
Fast food gift card
Restaurant gift cards

Family of Boys

Board games
Sports balls
Bowling passes
Movie tickets
Museum passes
Movie night basket
Beach day basket
Skyzone/Fun Depot gift card
Putt-putt passes
Christmas light tour
Karaoke machine
Yard games
Fast food gift card
Restaurant gift cards

Gifts may be shipped or delivered in person to:
Place of Hope 9078 Isaiah Ln, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418
Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

PWAP Brittany Jennifer

Party with a Purpose

A Party with a Purpose is a fun and tangible way to support our children and youth while getting your friends involved!  Give your Holiday gathering with your family, friends, colleagues and church groups a little more purpose by supporting to a child in foster care.

To learn more, please contact: Danielle Carroll, Special Projects Coordinator.