Winter Holiday Gifts

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The Warm Hearts’ 2019 Holiday Gift Program was a huge success!  Toys and gifts were bought, collected, wrapped, and distributed to over 45 Stow families.  We are very grateful to the Stow community whose generosity made this possible!

We would like to extend our sincere thanks to the following:

  • The many businesses, organizations, and individuals who contributed to our Toy Fund which was used to purchase holiday gifts for children and teens
  • The congregations of HighRock Chapel and St. Isidore Church as well as the Dunster Neighbors who provided gifts for the adults
  • The Stow Women’s Club and the other volunteer “elves” who cheerfully wrapped for hours
  • The Stow Independent, the Beacon-VillagerAction Unlimited, Stow TV and the COA Newsletter who provided print publicity
  •  Global Fitness, Colonial Spirits, Shaw’s Supermarket, and the Stow Post Office who allowed us to hang Toy Fund posters in their establishments
  • The Rotary Club of Nashoba Valley who held a sock drive for our clients w and who also funded the Toy Fund insert in the town-wide edition of the Stow Independent

There were several organizations critical to our success who provided direct support for our programs.  The congregations of HighRock Chapel and St. Isidore Church, in addition to purchasing holiday gifts as mentioned above, provided Easter and Thanksgiving dinners and permitted us the use of their facilities.  Center School students, families, and teachers donated the majority of Thanksgiving dinners and collected back-to-school supplies.  The Stow Girl Scouts contributed dinners and also baked delicious breads as a special treat for Warm Hearts’ clients.  Shelburne Farm donated apple cider!

There were several organizations critical to our success who provided direct support for our programs.  The congregations of HighRock Chapel and St. Isidore Church, in addition to purchasing holiday gifts as mentioned above, provided Easter and Thanksgiving dinners and permitted us the use of their facilities.  Center School students, families, and teachers donated the majority of Thanksgiving dinners and collected back-to-school supplies.  The Stow Girl Scouts contributed dinners and also baked delicious breads as a special treat for Warm Hearts’ clients.  Shelburne Farm donated apple cider

With the help of our Stow friends and neighbors, Warm Hearts was able to make a difference in the lives of many Stow families who needed a helping hand.

As we embark on our thirteenth year of service to the Stow community, we thank you for your ongoing support.