The National Christ Child Society will be holding our 3rd National Day of Service on Saturday, October 27, 2018. Once again, we will be participating in Make A Difference Day (MDDAY), when countless volunteers across this great nation, demonstrate the power of helping hands.
Since literacy is an ongoing focus of NCCS, we will repeat last year’s successful theme Make a Difference: Read to Me. We ask all of you, members and friends of NCCS, to come together to make a difference in a child’s life by volunteering on October 27th. Our chapters will have the opportunity to develop a hands-on reading opportunity that can benefit their partner agencies, their communities, and their members. Find out what your chapter is planning and join the fun! If there is not a chapter in your area, we can help connect you with the various activities of the day and you can participate via donations, prayers or by spreading the word to friends and family who may live near a participating chapter.
As Mary Virginia Merrick once said; “The spirit of the Christ Child Society is one of personal love for the Christ Child expressing itself in the personal service for the least of His little ones.” Please join us and let your spirit shine!
NCCS has developed many resources to assist your chapter with participating in MDDAY. Please click here for the 2018 National Day of Service Handbook.
The Promotion Kit resources have been compressed in a zipped folder due to the size of the files. You have to unzip the files to be able to edit and save the new content. The zipped folder will download to your Downloads folder on your PC. Click here for the zip file containing the NCCS Read to Me 2018 Promo Kit.
To extract all of the files in the Promo Kit, right-click the zipped NCCS Read to Me 2018 Promo Kit folder on your PC and select Extract All from the menu. The files will extract to the same location as the zipped folder unless you click the Browse button to select an alternative location. Check the Show extracted files when complete option.
As always, if you need assistance, please contact the office at 301-881-2490.