Montgomery Catholic is Dedicated to Service During the Christmas Season

Here at Montgomery Catholic, we serve the community around us far and wide in many ways year-round. During the Christmas season, however, is when our students love to serve the most! Here are a few of the ways our students actively participate in giving to those around them!

Our Key Club members were joined by the Lieutenant Governor of District 11 for the state of Alabama, Raina Valliani, to stuff nearly 30 stockings full of candy, hot cocoa, gift cards, and more for the Brantwood Children’s Home. The stockings will be donated to Brantwood to distribute. This fundraiser was a wonderful joy and an incredible way to give back to the community.

Our High School House Leadership went on a team shopping trip to gather presents for the students we serve at Father Purcell Memorial Children’s Center every Wednesday. They divided into teams, were given a list of what the students wanted, and had to manage their time and money to provide for these students during the Christmas season. These gifts touch the students’ hearts deeper than we ever imagined, and will be delivered to these students during our annual Christmas party we throw for them!

All four of our campuses participated in the annual Box of Joy fundraiser organized by Cross Catholic Outreach this year as well. This annual fundraiser is a beautiful effort to provide Christmas gifts for the children we visit during our mission trip to Honduras. This year we collected over 250 boxes that will be sure to put a smile on the children’s faces.

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