Grab an ornament from the Monroe Harding Christmas tree in DPC’s Narthex before the end of November. Each ornament lists a child and a gift to buy for him/her. Wrapped gifts can be returned to DPC, with paper ornament(s) attached, during the morning worship on November 27 or during the Waffle Shop on December 1.
Interested in purchasing all of the gifts for a single child or for a sibling group? Fill out their form, and someone from Monroe Harding will be in contact with you.
Monroe Harding does for kids in foster care what a family would do – provide security, support and give young people a chance for success. This mission is met through four key programs serving young people who are currently in or are transitioning from the foster care system: Foster Care, Cooperative Living, Youth Connections, and Independent Living.