Giving 365 hosted its Christmas event at Peppermint Ridge. Angel Hall was transformed into a Christmas Tree Wonderland. Tina A. has her photo taken with Santa after seeing all the beautifully decorated trees.
Santa stopped by to visit the residents of Del Park during the Giving 365 Christmas event. Pictured left to right, Michael S., Santa, David S., Robbie D., and Mrs. Claus.
Robert F. shared some laughs with Santa.
Christel D. was full of holiday cheer!
The Season of Giving!
The men and women of Peppermint Ridge are fortunate to be surrounded by community members who ensure that they have the best Christmas. Thank you West Coast Dental Corona and Norco Offices, CardinaleWay Mazda Corona, Noreen Proctor, Lizeth & Alberto and their friends and family, plus a few others who wished to remain anonymous. Your kindness in bringing presents and joy means the world to the Ridgers who are without their immediate family this holiday season.
Faith M. is super excited about the present she received during the West Coast Dental Christmas party.
Activities Assistant, Julian, takes a photo with the kind ladies of West Coast Dental.
Jennifer T. loves all things Disney!
Douglas M. smiles after he opened his gift from the sweet staff of CardinaleWay Mazda Corona.
Lizeth and Alberto dropped off presents for the Ridgers for Christmas! They gathered their friends and family pick out gifts from Ridger's wish lists.
Laura B. is ready to open her gift from Lizeth and her family and friends!
Together, we will ensure that Alissa (pictured above) and all Ridgers continue being part of The Ridge family for years to come.
Can We Reach $300,000?
We have surpassed our goal of $100,000 because of your generosity!
As of December 30th, $163,824 has been donated towards the match, resulting in a total of $263,824 raised!
We are only $36,176 away from reaching an all time high of $300,000. If you haven't given yet or are feeling extra generous, please donate online or send a check by December 31st.
Because of your kind contributions we will be able to support critical priorities, such as:
• The loving staff who care for Ridgers day in and day out
• The vehicles and the fuel that allow Ridgers to be active in the community
• The events that make it possible for Ridgers to try new things and enjoy familiar pastimes
• The homes where Ridgers have their own space to relax and feel safe