Haven Christmas Party 2016

Haven Christmas PartyThat holiday time of year is approaching again, and that means it's time for the annual Haven Christmas Party! It is on Saturday, December 17th from 5-9pm. It will be at the St. Vincent De Paul Church, located at: 1375 Spring Ln, Salt Lake City, UT 84117. There will be a large dinner spread and will be served at 5:30pm. Santa and Mrs. Claus will be arriving with gifts for the kids at 6:30pm. Don’t forget to help out with the Toy Drive- it is a great way to give back, and bring a smile to a local child’s face this holiday season. We need help finding toy donations, and food items for this Annual Christmas Party, anything helps! There is a toy bin at The Haven which you can drop stuff in. For a better idea of some gifts which we are in need of please see our Amazon wish list. We always have a great time, and look forward to our community coming together for this, call The Haven with any questions or donation information 801-533-0070. Thank You!

Date: December 17, 2016
Time: 5-9 PM
Location: St. Vincent De Paul Church

If you would like to donate an item you can drop it off at The Haven or just click on the link below and a gift will be sent directly to The Haven.

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