New in 2022, FCVB is becoming a member of forces with Homeless Matters and Grocery Outlet to carry one other neighborhood connection to Festival of Trees by including a 12-days of Christmas occasion known as Sharing the Heart of the Holiday.
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. (PRWEB)
November 18, 2022
Franklin County Visitors Bureau is preparing for Festival of Trees 2022, the fourth annual occasion held on the Franklin County 11/30 Visitors Center. Cumberland Valley Breast Care Alliance is once more the benefactor of the funds raised from the occasion. New in 2022, FCVB is becoming a member of forces with Homeless Matters and Grocery Outlet to carry one other neighborhood connection to Festival of Trees by including a 12-days of Christmas occasion known as Sharing the Heart of the Holiday. Sharing the Heart of the Holiday is a giving and receiving occasion that incorporates a assortment of twelve gadgets to assist Franklin County residents that want a little bit assist this vacation season.
Each of the twelve days has a featured merchandise to correspond with every day of Festival of Trees. Franklin County Visitors Bureau, Homeless Matters, and Grocery Outlet hope to make this an annual a part of Festival of Trees. The twelve days and the highlighted assortment for every day are:
November 19 – Coats for Kids
November 20 Books of All Kinds
November 21 – Grocery Gift Cards
November 22 – Mittens/Gloves, Scarves, Hats
November 23 – Laundry & Hygiene Items
(Collections pause on November 24 and 25.)
November 26 – Gas Gift Cards
November 27 – Coats for Entire Family ALL Sizes
November 28 – Games & Snacks for Family Fun Night
November 29 – Art & School Supplies
November 30 – Baby Clothes, Formula & Baby Items
December 1 – Blankets & Linens
December 2 – Toys
“Homeless Matters strives to ease the burdens that face households and help in offering a chance to achieve success, even within the face of such private hardships. Through this glorious collaboration we will reduce the burden this vacation season and share the guts of the vacations,” stated Jacqui Wolfe, the driving pressure behind Homeless Matters.
Rachel Fulton, co-owner of Grocery Outlet, added, “Grocery Outlet is honored to work with such superb organizations. We are excited to be a donation location!”
More donation areas embrace: Franklin County Visitors Bureau, Greater Waynesboro Chamber of Commerce, Greencastle Chamber of Commerce, Shippensburg Chamber of Commerce, Franklin County Area Development, Waynesboro YMCA, Chambersburg YMCA, Coyle Free Library, Grove Family Library, Elks Lodge of Chambersburg, Penn National Golf Course Community, The Cumberland Shop in Shippensburg, Sweet Dandelion and One North Main & Bakery Shop in Mercersburg and Cornerstone Financial.
“Bring any of the twelve donation gadgets on any day and add to the gathering containers at areas all through Franklin County. Your reward to Sharing the Heart of the Holiday makes a distinction in Franklin County,” stated Janet Pollard of the Franklin County Visitors Bureau.
The Franklin County Visitors Bureau, Homeless Matters, and Grocery Outlet invite the general public to affix the trigger by visiting one of many drop-off areas, starting November 17. Items shall be collected by means of December 5, 2022.
The Franklin County Visitors Bureau invitations all to discover historical past, arts and structure, recreation, pure magnificence, recent meals, and the nice and cozy hospitality of communities like Chambersburg, Greencastle, Mercersburg, Shippensburg, and Waynesboro. Franklin County PA is situated simply north of the Mason- Dixon Line and is a simple drive from Washington DC, Philadelphia, and New York. For extra data, go to ExploreFranklinCountyPA.com or contact the Franklin County Visitors Bureau at 866.646.8060 for data and 11/30 Visitors Center actions.