This holiday season…
What makes us feel connected?
What gives us hope?
What traditions do we love, and how do we keep them?
What new traditions should we start?
It is your connection to Springbrook that helps us move forward, remain hopeful, and continue our much-loved traditions, even during the most uncertain times. We are entering a holiday season like none other. At Springbrook, we are planning safe and fun festivities, recognizing the need to look at things a little differently and to maximize every dollar and experience.
“I’m excited to decorate the Christmas tree and make cookies”
– Nicole, student at the School at Springbrook
“We like to cook and bake together for all of the holidays”
– Gary Doherty, resident, and Erin Branigan, Residential Supervisor at Glensbridge Community Home
“I love all the trees, lights, and carols!”
– Melanny, student at the School at Springbrook
Please be a part of our holiday traditions, new and old, by making a gift this season. Together, we can create magical memories and inspire joy in many children and adults like Gary, Nicole, and Melanny, as well as our Springbrook employees.
Your generosity will help us provide memorable experiences this holiday season, including:
• Holiday-themed activities with families during On-campus visits ($25)
• Gift exchanges between our On-campus and Community Homes ($50 each)
• Wreaths and wreath decorating kits for every Springbrook residence ($100/home unit)
• Catered holiday meals for home units ($200-$300/meal per house)
• Festive holiday decorations for the communal areas on our main campus – playground, School at Springbrook, Family Engagement Center, and White Building ($750 ea/area)
As so many things are changing in our world, Springbrook’s commitment stays the same: to provide the opportunity for people to learn, achieve their goals, realize their dreams, and celebrate the holidays with joy and love. Likewise, your dedication makes our community even stronger and will help make this holiday season a little brighter.