Be a part of something special this holiday season.

Show foster youth they matter.

The holidays remind us to come together, spend time with family, and give back to others. But they can also be a difficult time, especially for foster youth who are away from their families. Help Unity Care make the holiday season special for our transitional-aged foster youth. Let’s remind them they are not alone.

Make a life-changing donation to Unity Care and know that you are sending a very clear message to foster youth: “You matter.”

Your donation will support holiday gifts, Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners, and on-going services — such as life skills, rental assistance, case management, and education and employment support — that prepare youth for self-sufficient adult lives. There are many ways to show foster youth they matter this holiday season:

GIVE TO OUR HOLIDAY APPEAL

Make a donation to our holiday appeal and help us provide the support young people living in our safe, affordable homes need during the holidays and all year long!

ADOPT A HOME

Bring joy this holiday season by adopting one of our transitional homes for foster youth. A gift of $1,000 will provide Thanksgiving and Christmas meals, a Christmas tree, and holiday gifts for youth in one of our homes!

HOST A GIFT DRIVE

Collect gift cards to places like Target, Amazon, Walmart, and Bath and Body Works in increments of $50, and our youth can pick out their own holiday treat!

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Shop our Amazon Holiday Wish List and encourage others to do the same! You can shop here or buy similar gifts and have them delivered to our office.

*Please send or deliver gift cards and unwrapped gifts to our office at 1400 Parkmoor Avenue, Suite 115, San Jose, CA 95126 by December 5.

OTHER WAYS TO HELP

You can help us provide loving support to foster youth in other ways — and we are grateful for everything you do to show our youth that you care!

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