We provide programs, services, holiday gifts and essential needs for low income, disabled, medically challenged and terminally ill children in our community so they experience a Memorable and Meaningful Loving Holiday.
More than a decade ago we began a community effort to give back each Christmas through a project we call Project Redsled.
Our goal each Christmas season is to help provide a welcoming Christmas for families in need.
We partner with churches and licensed charitable organizations to identify families and provide them with our resources for assistance.
In addition to providing monetary assistance, our helpful donations come to us in many other forms; paying utility bills, gasoline cards, food baskets, grocery cards, assistance with obtaining medical supplies, cleaning supplies and services, vehicle repairs, and family fun experiences, such as tickets to Disneyland!
There have been so many generous volunteers who have contributed to our organization as a way of giving back and providing a wonderful “Santa Experience.”
One year we helped a disabled boy with the purchase of a vehicle that could accommodate him. Another year we were blessed to be able to pay off the heating bill for a struggling single mom. Our efforts might not be glamorous but we help fill the gaps when the good work of local charities need a little boost.
Almost always these efforts are focused in communities where our members live.
We accept donations of any size and 100% are allocated for the cause!
We usually know of or hear about needs from local communities. In fact, we prefer to handle it that way because it gives us someone local to interface with clergy or other support personnel. We ALWAYS have a sponsoring organization to work through.
We appreciate your consideration and contributions to the cause!
Santa’s Jr Elf's filled 130 toy boxes
and then made a delivery to the children
enrolled at LAUSD Migrant education program
CHURCH & LA POLICE
Keeping Kids Active
Christmas in July
HOSTED BY LAPD NEWTON
August 27 & 28
This is a very special school, presented for two days at the LAPD Pals Youth Center, 8721 Wilbur Avenue, Northridge, CA 91324 in association with the Red Sled Santa Foundation.
Southern California attendees will have a special bonus as Santa Cortney Lofton is going to open up his secret “Red Sled Workshop” to allow everyone to view the magic he has created. You will see his custom sleigh and also have the opportunity to make a toy!
This selfless giving experiences are what Christmas is all about. I was blessed to be part of the magical moment, When a family of four (Parents are blind) was gifted not only the making of a generous Christmas, but perhaps…
We custom fitted an ambulance gurney with aerosol box.
Pictures describing Dr. Hannaise came to my facility to demonstrate how the mini Intubation box is used for procedure . I then made a special unit and the hospital sent me how its used.