Toyland is a Success because of YOU!

Pictured here: Outreach Program Instructor Tammy Capone, students Trista Chickeletti, Steve Yurkovic, and Josh Lentowski, faculty member Lori Pawluck, Outreach Supervised Visitation Lead Kristy Vassell, and Outreach Program Instructor Jennifer Gerardi

Outreach staff members received over 230 toys from Holy Cross High School students and faculty.

Thanks to the kindness and compassion of countless community members, our Toyland Workshop buzzed with excitement.

We want to take a moment to celebrate the remarkable efforts of our high school student volunteers, community organizations, staff members, and individuals who have come together to make this Toyland Workshop a beacon of hope and happiness. Your collective commitment to spreading joy is truly inspiring!

Consider donating today to keep spreading the joy!

With gratitude,

Lori Ryan

Community Outreach & Resource Development Manager

Dear friends, 

This year, our Toyland Workshop has been brimming with gifts, all thanks to your unwavering support.

But guess what?

You can still make a difference in the lives of hundreds of kids by DONATING TODAY!

Your dedication to our kids and families in NEPA allows us to provide toys, pajamas, and other essentials not only at the holidays, but all year through.

Bret Naugle delivered toys for 18 kids to Family Center Director Carlene Gula after he and wife Sarah shopped for little ones in the Doula Program.

Volunteers from Covenant Presbyterian church     package toys for kids.

Outreach Family Development Specialist Irene Pacheco chooses Olaf for a lucky kid.

Outreach Board Member Kate Holod presented Executive Director Lori Chaffers with a donation for the Toyland Workshop from the Kiwanis Club of Scranton.