Community Outreach Programs
JVS Christmas Lighting is actively involved in Altruistic efforts throughout our local community we have a heart to make sure that everyone has a Merry Christmas actively involved giving back. Some things we do to give back:
JVS Decorated Military Family Program
Each year JVS Christmas Lighting donates its products resources and time to decorate the homes of local military families as part of the JVS Decorated Family Program®. Local and Regional Charities – participate in multiple local and charitable organizations.
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JVS Decorated Outreach Program
Give back to the community and families who are in need. JVS Christmas Lighting wants to make someone’s Christmas. Send us a message of someone you know that is deserving of Christmas light installation and why. It can be a disabled veteran, an elderly couple, medical issues, single parent, etc… We will provide all materials and labor so they will not have anything to worry about anything.
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Florida School For The Deaf And Blind
The Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind (FSDB) was established in 1885 with the support of the State of Florida and private contributions. Based in St. Augustine, we are recognized as one of the top schools for the deaf and blind in the nation and the only one of its kind in Florida.
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The Mission of Joan’s Joy
The Joan Angela D’Alessandro Foundation honors the memory of 7-years old Girl Scout Joan. The Foundation promotes child safety via programs we provide and legislation we advocate. In addition , we provide support to neglected and abused children through fun and educational excursions; and we help victims of crime by way of consultation. Joan’s story has brought hope through awareness and prevention. The lives of thousands will continue to benefit from the impact of her legacy.
The Knights of Columbus — In Service to One. In Service to All.
Thanks to the efforts of Father Michael J. McGivney, assistant pastor of St. Mary’s Church in New Haven, Connecticut, and some of his parishioners, the Connecticut state legislature officially chartered the Knights of Columbus as a fraternal benefit society on March 29, 1882. The Order is still true to its founding principles of charity, unity and fraternity.
The John Thiessen Children’s Foundation
The John Thiessen Children’s Foundation provides hospitals and child-care facilities with therapeutic and recreational equipment, supports families with financial assistance to defray medical expenses, offers sick and needy children toys throughout the holiday season, fulfills patient’s (ages birth to 18 years old) wishlists throughout the year and assists sick and underprivileged children.