Turning Point seeks help to provide holiday magic
Turning Point, a special program division of Wareham Area Committee for the Homeless (WACH), is looking for the public’s help to ensure every area child enjoys the Magic of the Holidays.
Turning Point’s “Holiday Magic” Outreach Program provides clothing and gifts to those that qualify for assistance from the towns of Wareham, Buzzards Bay, Carver, Marion, Mattapoisett, Middleboro, and Rochester.
Last season, more than 560 children were provided with some holiday magic as a result of the whole community coming together from local businesses and individuals to senior citizens and middle and high school student volunteers.
Turning Point is again looking for the public’s assistance to ensure the Magic continues this year.
There are many ways to help Turning Point this season - sponsor a child or family, donate to one of the toy drive locations, volunteer time, or send a product or financial donation to the organization.
An important part of the Holiday Outreach Program is its sponsors. Sponsors adopt a child or family and are provided a list of the child’s needs and wishes. Sponsors are asked to provide as many items as they are able.
Turning Point is honored to be able to partner with the following giving event this season:
The Wareham Transportation Department will be sponsoring a “Stuff-A-Bus” event on Dec. 3 from 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Main Street in the parking lot next to the Wareham Fire Station.