Join us in supporting A Precious Child this holiday season!

We will be supporting A Precious Child’s virtual toy drive by sending gifts and gift cards to APC’s A Precious Gift program this year.

A Precious Child collects donated new toys, gift cards and gifts for underserved children (babies through teenagers) in the community. Gifts are then distributed to kids who are the most in need, through their Resource Center and Agency Partners.

Shop their Precious Gift Wishlist, Precious Gift Card List or participate in their Annual Gift Drive this November 8, 2021 — December 10, 2021 and help make this year’s holiday season a momentous one!

For more than 166,000 Colorado children living in poverty, some of the most treasured traditions of childhood are not always an affordable luxury. When keeping the heat on in the dead of winter and having running water take precedent over presents or when a child’s wish list includes things that are needed (like new socks or a toothbrush) rather than items that are desired, it’s no wonder that many children return to school after the break feeling less excitable to arrive to class to show off their new toys to their peers.

The simple act of celebrating each and every child, despite their circumstances, is at the heart of Precious Gift.  Celebrating with their family gives children hope for the future as well as providing a sense of normalcy during difficult times.

For more information about the A Precious Gift program, contact A Precious Child at or visit their website.

As a reminder, we will also be supporting A Precious Child through our Charity of the Quarter Referral Program until the end of December. We will donate $10 to A Precious Child for every referral we receive throughout the quarter, and we will be volunteering with A Precious Child in December.

Learn more about our Charity of the Quarter program HERE.

Source: A Precious Child


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