1943 CHRISTMAS APPEAL
LEND A HAND
Small folk have unbounded faith in Dear Old Santa Claus, and will certainly hang up their stockings. Neither poverty or war could persuade them that Santa will not fulfil his promise and answer their dreams. If these children have not been forgotten by Santa, and their parents also share in a small way, our own Christmas will be the brighter, our own gifts enjoyed the more, for someone has shared in our love.
Many of the men overseas are comforted in the thought that the Toronto City Mission is having an eye over their little families, and we must not fail them. Others have given their lives and left families behind. These are our care. In thus assisting at this blessed Christmas time we are truly in the fight for right.
CHRISTMAS ACTIVITIES, 1942
457 persons received their Christmas dinners.
257 young children received their Christmas stockings.
205 older children and aged persons received a special treat.
OUR 1943 CHRISTMAS PROGRAMME
We propose to give Christmas dinners and children’s Christmas stockings to several hundred deserving poor, whom our missionaries have selected from their visiting lists of families who are not receiving Christmas Cheer from any other source.
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HOW MANY DREAMS CAN WE HELP TO MATERIALIZE THIS CHRISTMAS?
WE APPEAL TO YOU
to help bring hope and cheer to those less fortunate than ourselves.
YOUR GIFT IS URGENTLY NEEDED NOW!
PLEASE MAIL YOURS TO-DAY