The Santa Project
Please make sure to check out the 2021 videos with our Sponsors and our Volunteers. This event would not have been possible without each and every one of them.
Santa's team is taking a short break after another amazing Christmas season. Thank you to our partner, Zaching Against Cancer, our sponsors, our volunteers and all of the families who registered for a visit and/or donated a visit to another family!
Blossoms of Hope is in awe of the giving spirit and beyond grateful to each of you. Look for more pictures, stories and quotes coming soon!
Sponsorships are available to help make this a successful FUNdraising event. Blossoms of Hope provides a broad exposure for our sponsors as well as always a good time.
Your sponsorship is valuable to the success of Blossoms of Hope’s mission. There are several different levels available with guaranteed exposure for all. We hope you find one that is perfect for you or your company. Sponsorship amounts are based on the size of the neighborhood sponsored.
Think you have the perfect neighborhood to sponsor? Want to guarantee Santa will visit your neighborhood? Or perhaps you'd like your logo on an item in the goody bags? Email us at email@example.com.
What is The Santa Project?
The Santa Project features Santa and his elves making personal visits to children and their families during the Christmas season. This initiative, created during the COVID pandemic, was so successful in its first year that more than 2,300 children were able to greet Santa and his elves at their homes. The Santa Project has now become a regular event for Blossoms of Hope.
Sponsors help with supporting designated neighborhoods for Santa to visit while families sign up for an in-person, at home visit from Santa and his elves. Santa also visits more than 100 children in cooperation with the Howard County Public School System. Santa has a “naughty and nice” list and a bag of goodies. Families are encouraged to take selfies and enjoy the holiday cheer.