Here’s the Ways You Can Support Chatham Goodfellows in 2020
This year, your community needs your donations more than ever to ensure every family has a good Christmas.
There are many ways you can send support the Chatham Goodfellows “No Child Without a Christmas” campaign in 2020:
- Participate in ‘The Gift CK’ – November 21st! Leave new toys and non-perishable food on your doorstep for contactless pick-up, on November 21st throughout Chatham-Kent. The Chatham Goodfellows are happy that our “No Child Without a Christmas” campaign will be one of the recipients of donations to The Gift campaign. For more information, visit https://www.thegiftck.ca/about
- 3 Ways to Participate in the Virtual Porchlight Campaign – now through November 30th! #1-E-transfer to email@example.com (to receive a tax receipt, you must include your name and address in the “Message” section of the e-transfer). #2- Drop off donations at our new depot at 715 Richmond St., from 8 a.m – 6 pm on November 30, 2020. #3-Send your cash and cheque donations by mail to Chatham Goodfellows, P.O Box 114, Chatham, Ontario N7M 5K1. To show you’ve participated in our Virtual Porchlight, be sure to light up your front porch or a light in your apartment window on Monday, November 30th. Share your pictures with us on social media.
- Organize a safe workplace/family food and toy drive! With safety during COVID-19 as our top concern, we are still able to accept donations from workplaces & citizens across Chatham-Kent. If you would like to organize a workplace food and toy drive, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange for a socially distanced pick up by one of our volunteers.
- Make a monetary donation! To allow for the safety of our supporters, we have set up the ability to accept e-transfers this year. Donations can be e-transferred to email@example.com or cash and cheques can be sent via mail to Chatham Goodfellows, P.O Box 114, Chatham, Ontario N7M 5K1.
The Chatham Goodfellows Board of Directors are appreciative of the continued support and generosity of Chatham-Kent residents to ensure “No Child Without A Christmas”.