Santa's Causes Coming to Town
December 14, 2010
West Chester, PA -- Santa Claus arrived in the Lincoln Building Courtyard right on time! Santa came with a big smile and his usual belly “Ho, Ho, Ho” welcoming children and their parents. Over 60 children shared their gift lists with Santa while parents and grandparents took photos.
Children of all ages admired “Santa’s Causes” Christmas trees decorated by West Chester nonprofits, including the Food Cupboard, Library, Historical Society, Safe Harbor, Interfaith Housing, Domestic Violence Center, Marshall Square Park, Business Improvement Foundation, and Community Foundation. Each tree reflects each charitable cause's mission and programs. Santa's Causes is grateful for donations of canned foods, toiletries, books, gently used coats, gift cards, and spare change. To date, visitors have been wonderfully generous.
Santa returns to the Courtyard of the Chester County Community Foundation and The Lincoln Room at 28 W. Market Street, West Chester this weekend December 18 and 19 from 2-6 p.m. Just before the holiday, Santa will make special appearances on Thursday, December 23 and Friday, December 24.
For more information, contact the Lincoln Room at (610) 696-2102.