St. Charles' Giving Trees to benefit Elderday Center

  • Pick up a gift tag from one of the St. Charles Giving Trees and help make the holidays brighter for a senior at the Elderday Center in Batavia.

    Pick up a gift tag from one of the St. Charles Giving Trees and help make the holidays brighter for a senior at the Elderday Center in Batavia. Courtesy of City of St. Charles

 
Submitted by City of St. Charles
Posted12/11/2019 9:29 PM

Help the City of St. Charles "un-decorate" the Giving Tree and make the holidays brighter for some seniors at the Elderday Center in Batavia.

The Elderday Center offers comprehensive adult day program of socialization, recreation and health maintenance.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

The Giving Trees are located at City Hall, 2 E. Main St.; Public Works, 1405 S. Seventh Ave.; and the new police department location, 1515 W. Main St.

To participate, simply select one or more tags from a tree, purchase the item(s), and return the unwrapped gifts to the Giving Tree at city hall.

Drop off purchased items by Friday, Dec. 20.

Items on the tags are at all price levels. The gifts will be wrapped and delivered in time for Christmas.

Cash donations are welcome, too, and will be used to purchase items on tags not selected. Cash donations may be left with the city receptionist.

The Giving Tree is coordinated by the city's employee Project Wellness team. For information, contact the human resources office at (630) 377-4446 with questions or visit www.stcharlesil.gov.

To learn more about the Elderday Center, visit www.elderdaycenter.org or www.facebook.com/ElderdayCenter/.

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