Families in our community are struggling. Struggling to meet their family's daily needs, let alone providing joy for their children for Christmas. Although we know that true joy is not found in shiny wrapping paper under a sparkling tree, we also know that parents desire to give their kids good things, especially at Christmas. Let's provide a Holiday of Hope by helping families in our own backyard. For every $75 collected, a child will receive two gifts from their wish list and a $25 grocery store gift card to be used for food and essentials. With the help of the local school counselors and the Homeless Liaison Office at Fairfax County, we identified 100 children that need our help. All donations will need to be in by Wednesday, December 9th. Thanks for helping to provide a Holiday of Hope.