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'Tis Better to Give
Gift-giving programs brighten the holidays for Baltimore’s neediest children.
blank This year, Johns Hopkins Medicine will make a donation on behalf of its dedicated employees to the Helping Up Mission, a residential recovery program for homeless men.
This year, Johns Hopkins Medicine will make a donation on behalf of its dedicated employees to the Helping Up Mission, a residential recovery program for homeless men.

While some kids are making a list and checking it twice, others won’t find a single gift under the tree this Christmas morning. Help keep the holiday spirit alive for some of Baltimore’s neediest families by participating in one of the many giving projects throughout Hopkins Medicine.

SHARE & CARE

This program, coordinated by Corporate Security, Parking and Transportation Services, provides gifts for more than 300 children, up to age 15, from Martin Luther King Jr. Early Head Start, Perkins Daycare, Dunbar Daycare Center, Johns Hopkins Mental Health, local community organizations, and some employees’ families.

Info: To sponsor a child or make a monetary donation, contact Rhonda Allen at 410-614-4313 or Kara Beckman, 410-614-1436. Drop off gifts by Dec. 12 at the 550 Building, Suite 503, or at Security Training, 3700 E. Monument St. Santa distributes gifts to the children on Dec. 15.

SHARE THE SPIRIT

At the Johns Hopkins Children’s Center, “Share the Spirit” with a Harriet Lane Clinic family this holiday season. You’ll receive the children’s toy wish lists and information on family members’ ages and clothing sizes. Contact Allison Pina, pediatric social work, at 410-502-0057 or apina1@jhmi.edu.

ADOPT-A-FAMILY

The Adopt-a-Family Project provides holiday cheer to more than 40 families from the pediatric and adolescent HIV clinic at the Johns Hopkins Children’s Center. To adopt a family or to contribute individual items (such as clothing, books or toiletries), contact Cora Welsh at 410-614-3109 or cgallag1@jhmi.edu, or Stephanie Lee at 410-955-7705 or slee3@jhmi.edu.

 

 

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