Ontario Central East Division

Sponsor a Family this Christmas

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The Salvation Army in the Greater Toronto Area provided Christmas Assistance to over 100,000 individuals last Christmas. Through our Christmas Assistance program, The Salvation Army provides a food hamper for the family and new toys for the children who would normally wake up on Christmas morning with little or nothing under the tree.

Your family, office or organization can make a family’s Christmas brighter by participating in The Salvation Army’s Family Sponsorship program. This program allows you to provide a family in need with a Christmas that they would otherwise not have.

$250 fully sponsors a family this Christmas but every donation is most appreciated.

Your committment to sponsor a family will provide each child with new toys, a grocery hamper with food suitable for their family and culture to prepare a Christmas meal and something special for the parent (s).

Thank you for supporting The Salvation Army. Giving hope. Giving Christmas.

Please provide your contact and payment information below. The contact information is required to generate a tax receipt. The electronic tax receipt will be sent to the email address that you provide.

Download the sponsorship form (PDF format) or make a donation online.

 

2 Comments

Rhonda richmond

I am wondering how we can go about getting a sponsor for our family this year if someone can get back to me on how and who i contact.

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Tammy Bryan

I was actually wondering on how to go about getting a sponsor for my family this year as I am a single mom and whom I can contact? Please let me know and thank you in advance.

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