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December 19, 2011 / pacificplaceseattle

Three Ways for You to Brighten A Child’s Christmas at Pacific Place


The season of giving is in full swing and Pacific Place is happy to be a part of it. The most rewarding aspect of this Holiday season is seeing the face of a child as they receive a gift on Christmas morning. We know that between working and doing the family Christmas shopping, finding time to give back to the community can be difficult. That’s why we set up three different ways for you to give at Pacific Place.

Do you need a gift wrapped? Head down to the Concourse Level of Pacific Place, and just outside of Barnes & Noble there is a gift wrapping station. For a donation, all of your gifts can be beautifully wrapped by a team of volunteers.

All proceeds benefit the Forgotten Children’s Fund. Since 1976, volunteers in this all volunteer organization work together to raise money to purchase, wrap and deliver gifts to needy children and their families.

Do you wish to bring a little extra fun into your Holiday shopping? That’s what the Westin Holiday Shopping package does. With room rates starting at $209, this package includes a $100 Pacific Place gift card each night of your stay. It’s an easy and fun way to get your Christmas shopping done, and at the same time it benefits Seattle Children’s Hospital because a portion of the proceeds are donated to them.

Seattle Children’s Hospital is a great hospital in the community devoted to giving the best care to children.

No wrapping necessary. When you’re doing a little shopping for the kids, pick up an extra gift and drop it off at the Range Rover Enoque in our Atrium. Pacific Place snow sponsor, Jaguar Range Rover of Bellevue and Seattle, is hosting a charity promotion at the Center for Toys for Tots. Each time their Enoque gets filled with new, unwrapped, donated toys, they will donated the toys to needy children through Toys for Tots, plus make a generous donation to Seattle Children’s Hospital.

The goal of Toys for Tots is to deliver, through a new toy at Christmas, a message of hope to less fortunate youngsters that will assist them into becoming responsible, productive, patriotic citizens.

All of these charities benefit children. At the heart of this Holiday season, it’s about the hope and happiness one toy can bring, if even for just one day.

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