Vogel’s Annual Holiday Store Help Families Shop & Give


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Each year, Vogel hosts its Annual Holiday Store in which the parents can hand select gifts for their families. The gifts are all donated by our generous community members, corporate supporters, partner religious affiliations, and individuals and families from the surrounding area. This year, 140 families were able to shop for almost 450 children; whose ages range from 6 weeks old – teenagers.

Because we received so many donations, we were able to extend the shopping opportunity to an additional families in need—some from our neighborhood others from DISD’s L.O. Donald Leadership Academy—who obtained gifts for their children as well. What an outpouring of love and support from contributors like YOU! 

Thank You to ALL of the volunteers and donors who made this possible. We truly appreciate you all for being committed to helping the children and families of Vogel by donating holiday items and volunteering!  You all definitely made the holiday season memorable by sorting the new toys and clothes, creating bye bye bags for our families, and decorating our gym and turning into a winter wonder land. We hope that everyone enjoyed their visit and learned more about how YOU can help our organization and  better connect with our mission.

  • Our hope is that you all left with a sense of what it takes to truly Break the Cycle of Poverty and what you can do to help.
  • As we continue our daily program, we’d love to gain your FINANCIAL SUPPORT. Whether it’s a one-time gift or a small monthly contribution, any amount will definitely go a long way as we continually help the homeless children and families that we serve.
  • Or if you’d like to find other ways to get involved with us, click HERE!


Thanks for all that you do and what you will continue to do!



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