Send a shoebox Christmas gift for a youth or a child

This year for Christmas, we are offering the opportunity to give shoeboxes. Annual sponsorships are also available for anyone wishing to form a relationship lasting beyond Christmas.

WHAT GOES IN THE SHOEBOX?

• Elemetary Girls - Bubbles, art supplies, coloring books, colorful pencils, bracelets/necklaces, headbands/hair accessories, nail polish, hats and gloves, candy, friendship braclets supplies, small purses, My Little Pony, Hello Kitty, Disney gifts, chapsticks, fun socks, diary 

• Elementary Boys - Hotwheels, Superhero gifts, Legos, action figues, rubix cubes, silly puddy, black or brightly colored socks, colorful pencils, Play-Do, matching games, candy, stocking cap, stickers, yo-yos, glow sticks, gliders, Pokemon cards

 

WHEN AND WHERE DO I NEED TO SEND THE SHOEBOXES?

Shoeboxes should be sent UN-WRAPPED to:

Sacred Road Ministries
14531 Pumphouse Road
White Swan, WA 98952

by December 2

 

HOW CAN I BUILD A RELATIONSHIP BEYOND THE CHRISTMAS SEASON?

Annual sponsorships are available for both our children and youth. For $30 a month, you can sponsor a child or youth's participation in Sacred Road's Ministry on the Yakama Reservation. 

This money will be used to cover expenses for food, snacks, transportation, craft and art supplies, as well as any admission costs for activities. We will send you a photo and a short biography of one of our children or youth. Our hope is that the sponsorship will become more than a financial arrangement and you will pray regularly for the child/youth you are sponosring. To that end, we will send regular updates and prayer requests for them.

Please click here for more information about our children and youth sponsorships. 

WHO CAN I CONTACT?

For questions about:
Children's shoebox gifts and/or sponsorships, please contact Joshua Tsavatewa - 509.930.0100.
Youth sponsorships, please contact Chuck Clevenger - 509.388.3669

Send a shoebox gift for a child

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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