SantaGreetings and a very warm welcome to the Cherokee Secret Santa program !

We are happy to have you visiting our web site and would like
to acquaint you with our "Secret Santa Program" from
The Cherokee Department of Family and Children Services (DFCS).

This project is designed to benefit Cherokee children in
foster care, who have been removed from their homes
due to abuse, neglect, abandonment, or other family
problems.
Because State or County funds provide only
minimal funds for Christmas presents for these children, we
are asking the community to help brighten the
lives of our children.

Here is how the Secret Santa program operates:

  1. The children in foster care submit a "wish list" to our office.
  2. We then match the sponsors, who have provided us with an
        estimated budget, with the lists of these children. You will receive
        information such as the child's first name, age, sizes, and any
        special wishes or needs the child may have.
  3. The secret sponsors deliver the gifts to the designated
        Secret Santa office.
  4. Foster Parents and placement resources pick up the gifts at
        the Secret Santa Office, in time for Santa to deliver them on
        Christmas morning. 

Click here to learn how you can help!