Houston Methodist The Woodlands Hospital hosts toy drive and photos with Santa, Dec. 1
THE WOODLANDS, Texas -- Montgomery County residents have an opportunity to make the holidays brighter for area kids in need by donating a new toy.
Houston Methodist The Woodlands Hospital invites your family to its special toy drive and photos with Santa on Saturday, December 1. The community-wide event is free and takes place from 10:30 a.m. -12:30 p.m. at Houston Methodist The Woodlands Hospital.
In exchange for an unwrapped toy, donors will receive a free holiday photo with Santa Claus. The toy donations will go to Interfaith of the Woodlands, benefiting children in Montgomery County.
“Houston Methodist The Woodlands Hospital continues to impact our community through every season, fulfilling every need. Houston Methodist’s commitment to ensuring every child has a toy this holiday season, will help us empower families in crisis to provide a holiday experience for their children. Strong community partners, enable Interfaith of The Woodlands to meet our mission of building a more loving and caring community through service,” said Missy Herndon, president and CEO, Interfaith of The Woodlands.
“One of our Houston Methodist I CARE values is compassion. We are proud to support Interfaith and excited to invite the community to join us in providing care and joy this holiday season,” said Debra F. Sukin, regional senior vice president, Houston Methodist, and chief executive officer, Houston Methodist The Woodlands.
Participating families each will be photographed on a first come, first serve basis and receive one printed holiday photo and digital copy. No pets allowed. Guests must check in by 12:30 p.m. to have a photo taken.
The Houston Methodist The Woodlands Hospital Toy Drive and Photos with Santa will take place at 17201 Interstate 45 South, The Woodlands, Texas 77385.
Interfaith’s Holiday Toy Drive is part of its Holiday GIVING programs, which benefit families and seniors in need. The annual toy drive traditionally serves 1,500 children from approximately 500 families in South Montgomery County.
For more information on Interfaith of the Woodlands visit https://woodlandsinterfaith.org/