Help Us Reach Our Goal Of 100 Santa Sacks For Unity Project Participants!
Filling a Santa Sack is a fun, virtual way for you to bring comfort and joy to individuals who are experiencing homelessness and staying at Unity Project this holiday season.
Ways to give Santa Sacks
Fill a Santa Sack (or 2, or 10!) by hitting on the button below.
Gift a Santa Sack to someone on your nice list: see instructions below.
Fundraise for Santa Sacks with family, friends, or colleagues. Contact Anita Schipper at 519-433-8700 ext. 205 or [email protected]
More info about Santa Sacks
How will my donation be used?
Your donation will be used to purchase all the items needed for the Santa Sacks. We will shop at and support local businesses wherever possible, just as you would if you were shopping for us.
What if I prefer to donate by cheque?
Not a problem! To donate by cheque, please include “Santa Sacks” on the memo line, make the cheque payable to Unity Project, and mail to: Unity Project, Attn: Silvia Langer, 717 Dundas Street, London ON N5W 2Z5.
Will you send a card to my giftee?
When giving a Santa Sack to someone on your nice list, simply provide their name and contact information in the “Message to Unity Project” section of the checkout page. Provide either home address or email and we will send them a printed card or an e-card, to acknowledge your gift.
Can I provide in-kind donations?
Unity Project is not able to accept in-kind donations at this time. We thank you for giving financially; it is a compassionate and fluid means to help us achieve our mission!
Can I fundraise for Santa Sacks through my workplace, church or group?
Yes! Unity Project now offers a crowdfunding page where you can fundraise for Santa Sacks with your family, friends, or colleagues. Please contact Anita Schipper at 519.433.8700 ext 205 or [email protected] for more information.
How do I learn more about Unity Project for Relief of Homelessness?
Unity Project provides housing outcome focused emergency shelter, supportive housing and in-home housing stability supports for adults and youth of all genders who are struggling to escape and avoid homelessness. For more information, please visit: www.unityproject.ca