For most of us, the holidays provide happy memories. We look forward to spending time with family, doing activities together and exchanging gifts. However, for our elderly population, it can be depressing and lonely. The Be a Santa to a Senior Tucson 2018 program provides gifts and a bit of companionship during the holiday season. But they need your help in order to accomplish this.

Help make this Christmas merry and bright for a lonely senior citizen by participating in the Be a Santa to a Senior Tucson program this year.

Be a Santa to a Senior Tucson 2018

Since 2003, Home Instead Senior Care has managed to deliver over 1.2 million gifts to more than 700,000 senior citizens nationwide. You can help make this Christmas merry and bright for our local elderly population by participating in the Be a Santa to a Senior Tucson program.

All you have to do is visit one of the specially decorated Christmas trees at one of the locations listed below. Pick a tag (or three) off the tree. On that tag, you'll find the name and request of a specific senior citizen living here in the Tucson area. Purchase that gift and then return it (unwrapped) along with its tag to the box located next to the tree you took the bulb from. Home Instead works with local volunteers to wrap and deliver all presents to their intended recipients in time for Christmas. 

Where to Find Santa to a Senior Tucson Trees

  • Search Tucson homes for saleCurves (Tanque Verde Rd in Tucson & La Canada in Oro Valley)
  • Home Instead Senior Care (3208 N Tucson)
  • Ignite Sign Museum (331 Olsen Ave)
  • K-Mart (7055 E Broadway)
  • Pantano Christian Church (1755 Houghton Rd)
  • Rocco's Pizzeria (2707 E Broadway)
  • Washington Federal (all Tucson & Green Valley locations)

There are 1400 senior citizens in the Tucson area hoping to receive a gift and a kind word this year. Can you help make that happen? Be a Santa to a Senior Tucson 2018 trees will be up at all participating locations until December 17th. Please do what you can to make the holidays special for a lonely senior this year. 

Rebecca Schulte, Schulte Real Estate Group, Your Source for Tucson Real Estate