TCFSH, Nationwide Children’s Foundation Host Annual Holiday Party

At The Center for Family Safety and Healing (TCFSH), our mission is to break the cycle of violence and restore hope. Last week, we had the opportunity to do just that for over 600 community members.

In conjunction with Nationwide Children’s Hospital Foundation and Development Board, TCFSH helped out in hosting the annual party for families in our community-based programs on Monday, December 5. Families were able to enjoy many activities including pictures with Santa, balloon creations, a magician, face painters, and children’s characters from The Royals Project. We’d also like to thank NiSource, which helped to ensure that each child that came to the party left with a special gift from Santa! We were also able to distribute hundreds of pairs of new pajamas that were donated as part of the PJs and Eggs event earlier this fall.

TCFSH is always accepting items to help families through the healing process. If you’d like to donate new items such as children’s books, teddy bears, clothing, hygiene items and more, please consider doing so via our Amazon Wish ListWe’ve pre-selected items that we need, and any that you choose to donate will be shipped directly to us. Please give back this season!




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2 responses to “TCFSH, Nationwide Children’s Foundation Host Annual Holiday Party

  1. "Where's The Line?" Campaign

    We are so glad that you and your family enjoyed the party, Brandy! Our staff is more than happy to give back to the families that we serve here at The Center for Family Safety and Healing. We were thrilled to see such a good turnout. Wishing you and yours a very Happy New Year!

  2. Brandy Bear-Guerrero

    My family attended and everyone had such a wonderful time. I seen so many families there and everyone seemed to be smiling and having a great time, especially the small children. The pictures with Santa were great, an opportunity many less fortunate families may not have had otherwise. Thank you for the memories.

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