Spirit of Santa Unites Menifee Community

This is a message from the Menifee Valley Chamber of Commerce...

Pre-qualified low-income families in Menifee Valley have been invited to bring their children 12 and under to visit with Santa Claus and receive gifts during Santa’s workshop on December 18, 2010.

Low income families interested in receiving presents from Santa’s Workshop must apply through the Menifee Valley Community Cupboard, 26808 Cherry Hills Blvd., Sun City 951-301-4414

This is the sixth year for Santa's Workshop, a community project organized and conducted by volunteers from the Menifee Valley Community Cupboard, Central County United Way, Spark of Love, Cal Fires and the Menifee Valley Chamber of Commerce. Last year’s event provided toys, snacks and photos with Santa and Mrs. Claus – as well as a healthy helping of the Holiday Spirit – to more than 800 disadvantaged children in the region.

The 2010 holiday season has been heavily impacted by the current economy and more then 1,000 children are expected to enroll in this years’ program. We encourage the community to show their support and bring toys to the Menifee Valley Chamber of Commerce. Toys are also being collected at various businesses, as well as the local Menifee Valley schools and the fire departments in Menifee and Quail Valley.

For more information about participating in Santa’s Workshop or to donate toys, bicycles and other gifts, Menifee Valley Community Cupboard, sandra@www.mvcupboard.org

26808 Cherry Hills Blvd., Sun City, CA 92586 (951) 746-0295
OR Menifee Valley Chamber of Commerce, ceo@menifeevalleychamber.com

CALL (951) 672-1991


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