Project Cheer spreading Christmas generosity in Parma
December 11, 2012 by Mark
The Parma Project Cheer is once again collecting items to be given to children from low-income families for Christmas. For some of these kids, these gifts may be all they receive this year. Non-perishable food items, money, scarves, coats, gloves, cookies, gift cards, toys, and other gifts are all being collected for children under the age of 18. The items collected will go to kids living in Chevybrook Estates, which is a development in Parma for low-income families. Gifts will be distributed on Thursday, December 13 at the local United Auto Workers 1005 Hall at 5615 Chevrolet Boulevard.
While many fundraising events, drives, and charitable occasions go on throughout the year, the holiday season is an especially busy time for these types of events. Various drives and fundraisers may use poster printing or flyer printing to raise awareness about the project within the community. Some charities may even elect to utilize the printing services of brochure printers to provide individuals with additional information regarding a particular cause or charity.
The Project Cheer in Parma collects gifts each year to be distributed to children in need. This year’s donations can be dropped off at Parma City Hall in the City Council office, which is located at 6611 Ridge Road. Checks can also be made out to Parma Project Cheer. Anyone who has items to donate but does not have a way to drop them off at City Hall can arrange to have donations picked up by calling Linda Cross at 440-885-8093 or Councilwoman Mary Buchholz Galinas at 440-842-1532.