WCC is Helping for the Holidays
Don’t let the impact of Maria and other catastrophes steal what little joy the holidays bring in the middle of mass devastation. Help us bring joy and toys and yes, a little safety into the lives of children devastated by disasters.
Project Elf Puerto Rico
Through the Volunteer Reception centers in Toa Baja and Punta Santiago, our local teams will host holiday festivities and distribute donated toys to the children of the most devastated Barrios.
To purchase a gift for a child for the holidays from our registry, log on to AmazonSmile here http://amzn.to/2k6cN7H
Project Elf Far Rockaway, NY
St. John’s Episcopal Hospital and World Cares Center are creating a Winter Wonderland. Through Project Elf, together we will bring joy, toys and holiday safety education!
Join our list of supporters including National Grid and Ready Rockaway!
To purchase a holiday gift for a child from our registry for this event, log on to AmazonSmile here http://amzn.to/2ie2qyk
Project Elf Haiti
Both the 2010 earthquake and Hurricane Mathew in 2017 have devastated Haiti’s already frail communities.
WCC Haiti was there to help and remains a constant source of support.
Your gift of joy and safety will be delivered directly into the hands of a child in need by our Haiti team
To purchase a gift for a child for the holidays from our registry, login to AmazonSmile here http://amzn.to/2nceFwV
How You Can Get Involved
1. Make a financial donation
2. Conduct a holiday toy drive in your office or school. Drop off new, unwrapped gifts at World Cares Center, 520 8th Avenue, NYC, NY 10018 Monday–Friday from 10-4pm.
3. Purchase a gift from our registry on Amazon.com
4.Volunteer to help wrap gifts, decorate, be a Santa, a Mrs. Claus, or an Elf
! Corporate volunteer opportunities are available, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
History of Project Elf
During the 9/11 recovery World Cares Center hosted holiday activities bringing together responders, survivors, volunteers and their families to celebrate the spirit of giving. The tradition continued in Haiti and through our Volunteer Reception Centers in Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island, serving those impacted by Superstorm Sandy and now in Puerto Rico.