Roch. Area Neighborhood House collects holiday gifts for children

The holiday season is quickly approaching and Rochester Area Neighborhood House is gearing up to host the annual Holiday Shop, which helps make the holidays special for the children of our neighbors in need.

As in previous years, Neighborhood House is hosting an online giving tree and is asking community members to sign up and purchase items requested by these children.

Decorated-Christmas-TreeYou can view the list and sign up to purchase items here.

Unwrapped gifts may be dropped off at the Rochester Athletic Club (637 N. Main, Rochester) or the Auburn Hills Public Library (3400 E. Seyburn Drive, Auburn Hills) by Sunday, December 8.

If you would like to volunteer to help set up, shop for or distribute gifts, click here.

For more information, please visit or contact Sally Anglim at or 248-420-5276.

Last year, the holiday program helped provide gifts for over 500 low-income children from the Greater Rochester Area.  Your support for this holiday program is greatly appreciated.



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