The Christmas Hamper Project

For over 35 years, the Christmas Hamper Project has helped thousands of Ottawa families and individuals who have been referred by Centretown agencies. This year, our goal is to supply 175 Ottawa families and individuals with boxes of food, toiletries, and small gifts to make their Christmas season brighter.

Hosted by Centretown United Church, hampers will be delivered on December 23. You can help in a number of ways:

To adopt a hamper, please register by 30 November online at http://www.centretownunited.org/xmashamperproject/.
To pack hampers and help wrap gifts on December22nd, please contact Willy at chp2016.volunteers@gmail.com.
To deliver hampers or drive on December 23nd, please contact Linda at linda.pollock@sympatico.ca, or phone 613-232-0370.

If you prefer, please send a cheque made out to “Centretown United Church, 507 Bank Street, K2P 1Z5, indicating “Christmas Hamper Project”. You can also donate on the “Donate Now” button on the church’s website http://centretownunited.org/ by selecting the Christmas Hamper Project. Thank you for your support!

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