Curacao, the largest Hispanic-centric retailer in California, and Viking Law, a CA-based firm, are joining hands to spread the Christmas spirit and distribute free toys, ornaments, trees and holiday food to hundreds of low-income Latino families as part of the “Santa Comes to Reseda” 2018 celebration.
This is the 10th consecutive year that these firms are jointly conducting this charity event.
“Curacao is committed to giving back to its community, and we are extremely proud to make this Christmas Giveaway and Toy Drive possible through our Curacao Foundation,” said Ariela Nerubay Curacao’s CMO. “We look forward to having Latino parents and children join us for a fun day of activities, free food and toys and put a smile on all of them.”
Alex Djarbekian, head of Viking Law Firm, said: “We understand how important it is to support the Latino community and ensure they can join the Christmas festivities regardless of their financial situation and immigration status. And, this year, we are committed to bringing a Christmas tree and toys to as many low-income families in the region as possible.”
Families will be able to join us for breakfast, lunch and a day of snowplay, singing and music on Sunday, December 16th, from 10AM to 3PM, at the Reseda Boulevard Church of Christ (Fellowship Hall, 7806 Reseda Boulevard, Reseda CA 91335). As a first-come first-served celebration, families and children are encouraged to pre-register by calling (818) 342-4755.
This is one of the several annual programs created by the Curacao Foundation —a nonprofit organization founded in 2002 by retailer Curacao–, to support the Hispanic community throughout the year. A percentage of every purchase at Curacaco this holiday season will go to support our many social and charity programs that enhance the quality of life of our Latino customers across the nation.