Mon, Nov 14|
Thrive Church of Highland
OCC National Drop-Off Week
Thrive Church is an official Operation Christmas (OCC) shoebox drop-off location! If you packed a OCC shoebox, you can drop off here. Click details for dates & times.
Time & Location
Nov 14, 2022, 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Thrive Church of Highland, 680 W Livingston Rd, Highland Charter Twp, MI 48357, USA
About The Event
Every year, Operation Christmas Child holds its National Collection Week the 3rd week in November. Thrive Church serves as an official regional drop-off location for this global ministry. If you would like to volunteer to support Drop-Off Week, please contact Sue Cole at email@example.com or248.467.1272.
Please be sure to drop off your shoebox during the dates & times listed below. If you should drop off your shoebox after November 21 at 11am, your shoebox will not be delivered until next year's drop off.
Thrive Church Drop-off Schedule
Mon, Nov. 14 from 9am to noon
Tue, Nov. 15 from 9am to noon
Wed, Nov. 16 from 3pm to 6pm
Thur, Nov. 17 from 9am to noon
Fri, Nov. 18 from 9am to noon
Sat, Nov. 19 from 10pm to 1pm
Sun, Nov. 20 from noon to 2p
Mon, Nov. 21 from 9am to 11am
Drop-off Donation is Critical:
A donation of $10 per box is critical to cover shipping and other project costs. For easiest processing, you can give online through OCC's Label Options or Ways to Give pages, or by mailing a check in the postage-paid envelope available in OCC's print brochure. If you use an online option on the Labels page, you can Follow Your Box and discover the destination of your gift.
Want to change a life with a Shoebox?
Are you interested in packing a shoebox gift to send to a child in need of love & compassion? Here are resources provided by Operation Christmas Child on how to pack a shoebox.
About Operation Christmas Child
Operation Christmas Child is a project of Samaritan’s Purse, an international relief organization. Their mission is to provide local partners around the world with shoeboxes filled with small toys, hygiene items, and school supplies as a means of reaching out to children in their own communities with the Good News of Jesus Christ. They ship these simple gifts outside the United States to children affected by war, poverty, natural disaster, famine, and disease; and to children living on Native American reservations in the U.S.