As we celebrate midyear festivities, we should also remember to share our blessings with those in need. Balsam Hill is hosting its annual Christmas in July campaign to raise funds for various charitable causes.

Donating is easy: all you need to do is like, comment, and share. From July 1 to 31, we’ll be publishing posts on our Facebook page, and invite you to engage with them to raise funds for our four charity partners. A like is worth $0.50, while a comment or a share is worth $1. On July 31, we will publish a special post where you can comment with the name of your chosen charity to contribute $1 to the cause involved.

Your donations will benefit the following organizations:

Alzheimer’s Association of Greater Idaho

The Alzheimer’s Association provides care and support for all those affected by Alzheimer’s and other dementias. By funding research and leading through advocacy, they are committed to accelerating the global progress of new treatments, preventions and ultimately, a cure. Make a donation here.

Second Harvest Food Bank of East Central Indiana

Second Harvest’s mission is to feed the hungry, address causes of food security, and empower people to become self-sufficient and free from hunger. It redistributes food that is considered unsellable but is nutritious and wholesome, feeding over 70,000 people daily in 8 counties. Donate to the food bank today.

Ronald McDonald House at Stanford

The Ronald McDonald House at Stanford provides safe and supportive accommodation for families with critically ill children undergoing treatment at the Lucille Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford and other facilities. A comprehensive mix of services engages all family members in helping ease their burdens during their difficult situations. Click here to find out how you can help

Point Hope

Point Hope believes all children deserve a safe, happy life. They aim to be the voice for abandoned youths who have no families to care for them. Point Hope helps provide food, medical aid, education, and skills training to vulnerable refugees in Ghana and at-risk children in the U.S. Make a donation here.

Comment, like and share towards a more meaningful Christmas this July. For more updates, please visit our Facebook page.