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Comfort & Joy of Giving 2022

 
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As disciples of Christ, we respond to the call to help those in need, especially during the seasons of Advent and Christmas.

Through partnerships with established charities, we help make the season of Christmas brighter for many people.

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The 360 Communities’ Armful of Love supports families experiencing a financial crisis to have a happy Christmas.  By offering families gift cards for groceries and gifts, increased financial burdens at this time of the year are lessened. Through financial donations, you can support these families.  Give at any level – larger gifts can support an entire family, and smaller gifts support individuals.  Whatever you give it all makes a difference.

 

How to give: Look for the gold mittens on the tree in the Gathering Space.

  • Cash donations may be made online by clicking below, or via cash or check made out to All Saints Catholic Church.
  • Donations should be clearly marked “Armful of Love” and can be brought to the parish office or placed in the Sunday collection.
  • No gift cards will be accepted – cash only.

Deadline: on or before Christmas

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Gifts of Love - EbeneezerGIFTS OF LOVE - EBENEZER RIDGES
Gifts of Love brings Christmas cheer to the elderly residents of Ebenezer Ridges Care Center located in Burnsville. We are accepting donations of new, unwrapped gifts in original packaging.
 
How to give: Look for purple luggage tags on the tree in the Gathering Space or use this list of items.
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Deadline: Please put these gifts in gift bags, don't wrap them, and place them under the tree in the Gathering Space by Sunday, December 4.
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Sharing & Caring Hands serves the needs of the poor and homeless in Minneapolis. We can support their work during the holiday season by donating new, unwrapped toys and gifts in original packaging for children of all ages. There is a particular need for gifts appropriate for teenagers.
 
How to give: Look for the white mittens on the tree in the Gathering Space.
 
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Deadline: Place new, unwrapped toy donations in the collection boxes in the gathering space or at the school entrance by Monday, December 5.

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Joseph’s Coat is an independent, inner-city free store in St. Paul serving persons in the community who are homeless or otherwise in need. We can support their work during the holiday season by donating new clothing (especially winter gear), household items, and personal care products.
 
How to give: Look for the white mittens on the tree in the gathering space.
 
Joseph's Coat
Deadline: Place donations in the collection boxes in the gathering space or at the school entrance by Monday, December 5.
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Thank you for bringing Comfort & Joy to many people in our community!