Our Holiday store provides young people the opportunity to practice generosity. This empowering activity can provide not only a happier holiday season for our youth and their families, but invests in supporting youth to be caring, generous and civically engaged citizens for our community—and your donation of a new, unwrapped gift make it possible. Gifts for all ages are appropriate as the youth will be giving them to their aunts, grandmothers, siblings, and babies.
Donate items from the Gift Ideas list, sponsor a holiday gift drive at your work, community center, or faith-based organization, or gather gifts with your friends and family. Financial contributions are always welcome—65% of our funding is in-kind contributions, so the dollars go further, and the gifts always find an owner.
Drop-off Deadline: Wednesday, December 11
Drop-off Location: Homeplate Youth Services, 12520 SW 3rd St. Beaverton, OR 97005. Call 971-284-8988 or email email@example.com to arrange drop-off date and time.
Holiday Store Dates & Locations
Tuesday, December 17, 5-7pm, Beaverton First United Methodist Church
Wednesday, December 18, 6-8pm, Aloha Church of God
Thursday, December 19, 6-8pm, Hillsboro First Congregational United Church of Christ
Gift Cards ($5 & $10 Denominations)
Shopping: Fred Meyer, Target, Toys-r-Us
Restaurants: Starbucks, Peet’s Coffee, Subway
Entertainment: Regal Cinemas tickets
Misc: ‘Visa’ or cash cards
Baking or cooking utensils/kits
Travel mugs or reusable water bottles
Lotion & soap sets
Toys & Crafts
Craft supplies & kits
Toys for all ages
Board or card games
Dog or cat accessories
Box of chocolates
*Please keep items at or below $20 value to ensure equal distribution of gifts to as many youth as possible.
For more information contact Rose at firstname.lastname@example.org or (971) 284-8988.
Volunteers are also needed to help set up the store at each location, transport items between locations, provide personal shopping and wrapping services. Please contact Amber at Volunteer@homeplateyouth.org for more information about volunteering at the Holiday Store.