Lewis County Foster Parent Association seeks Christmas gift donations through Dec. 11


The Lewis County Foster Parent Association (LCFPA) is collecting Christmas gifts for children and teens in foster, kinship and adoptive families now through Dec. 11. 

“Every year at Christmas time, we have a celebration for the children in Lewis County that are in these special homes. We love to have plenty of gifts to give these children, some of whom have never experienced a warm and loving Christmas with a supportive family,” LCFPA said in a September letter to potential donors. “We would greatly appreciate your support in giving these children a Christmas of a lifetime.” 

LCFPA is collecting gifts for: 

  • 100 kids ages 0-3
  • 100 kids ages 4-8
  • 60 kids ages 9-12
  • 60 kids 13-18

Anyone wishing to supply a gift through LCFPA can purchase the gift themself or make a cash donation, which will be converted to a gift card or used to purchase specialized gifts, according to LCFPA. 

LCFPA also has gift tags with age-specific items and sizes available for anyone interested in setting up a giving tree. 

Gifts can be mailed directly to LCFPA at P.O. Box 202, Onalaska, WA, 98570. Larger gifts can be dropped off at or mailed to Centralia Christian Church at 1215 W. Main St., Centralia, WA, 98531.  

For more information, specific gift ideas or to make a donation or arrange for pickup, contact LCFPA President Sara Jones at 360-440-1260 or mommasara25@gmail.com.   

To learn more about LCFPA, visit https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100068566181263.