The holiday season may be coming to a close, but the giving continues in an effort to end 2020 in a positive way! On Thursday, December 31 (New Year’s Eve), Christmas Confetti, a premier seasonal Christmas décor store located in the Avenue at East Cobb Shopping Center will host its inaugural “BIG GIVE” by donating all remaining inventory to families who could not afford a Christmas tree, holiday lights, ornaments and other holiday décor.
In partnership with Families First, 75 families will have an opportunity to select $250 worth of Christmas decorations for next year. This “BIG GIVE” comes during a time when so many families are challenged with job loss, furloughs and other financial setbacks. “As a member of the Board of Directors at Families First, I get to see first-hand the various needs of our community and particularly those of adoptive and foster care youth and families, says Leonard Jennings, owner of Christmas Confetti. In partnership with Families First, “BIG GIVE” will ensure that deserving families will receive Christmas trees, ornaments, and home decorations this year giving them an opportunity to enjoy Christmases in the years to come.”
Families will arrive early and in great anticipation of a shopping spree that will continue the holiday cheer. Several Atlanta influencers have been invited to add to the spirit of giving. The event will continue until everything is gone!
Christmas Confetti is located in the Avenue East at East Cobb shopping complex in Marietta near Johnson Ferry and Roswell Road. The seasonal Christmas décor store was created to give people who love the Christmas season, a cheerful and unique shopping experience. It is the home of the upside down Christmas tree.
Families First is one of Georgia’s largest family and children’s services organization in metropolitan Atlanta. The organization works to improve outcomes for children, youth, individuals and families at every stage of life by providing them with mental health support, coaching, early education and intervention techniques that strengthen families, as well as build resiliency, no matter what challenges they may be facing.