Christmas Giving Guide
Give The Gift that Gives Back
This holiday season, as you give thanks for all of God’s provision, we invite you to share a portion of your family’s blessings with the youth and families we serve through our programs here at Spero Family Services. With your help, Spero can provide our kids and families with a healthier and happier Christmas this year. Your financial gift helps us fulfill Christmas wishes for those living in our Mt. Vernon and Murphysboro youth homes, provide materials and resources for first-time moms and their babies, and comfort for others in need that we serve. Your gift could also help us find and prepare new foster parents, provide free or reduced rates for counseling services, ensure faith-based daycare services, or give a chance for young people to earn a GED and a work skills certificate.
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Choose a gift and help Spero give children and families, the gift of Hope, Help and Healing this Christmas.
My mother does not want for anything material at Christmas. I decided to make a donation in her name to Spero every Christmas. She loves that a child or family who does not have much will recieve a gift instead.
- A gift of twenty five dollars would help us provide things like rewards for our youth in treatment to celebrate small successes or a book for Spero Academy’s library.
- A gift of fifty dollars would help us provide things like Bibles to kids in our daycare, tools for a YouthBuild student, arts and craft supplies to kids in various programs.
- A gift of one hundred dollard would help provide things like gym bags for foster kids to hold personal items or gifts on Christmas morning for families that are struggling financially
- A gift of two hundred fifty dollars would help provide things like sports or recreation equipment for our youth, Opportunities for our youthto take art or music classes.
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“Although Spero Family Services is a faith-based agency, programs are open and available to anyone fitting the service criteria without discrimination and regardless of faith or denominational background.”