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Mission Statement

Our goal is to make visits to people in institutions an integral part of America’s Holiday Experience.


Bringing the Spirit of a Holiday to those who otherwise might not have a Celebration

Visiting People All Year Long

The Holiday Project organizes visits to people in nursing homes, hospitals and other residential institutions. We give our volunteers an opportunity to contribute to others and we create an opportunity for those we serve to contribute to us.



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Would you recommend The Holiday Project - Natl Org.?

by Ryan S. (December 11, 2019)
Even though I have not yet volunteered, The organization responded quick. Also In the email I could tell they were very passionate about their work.
by Brittany L. from NE (January 4, 2016)
I was with a great group of people. A very touching experience that filled my heart.
by L M. from San Jose, CA (September 22, 2010)
I will absolutly volunteer with this organization again! I had such a great time. The staff and other volunteers were so friendly, and seeing the happy faces of the patients was priceless. It was such a rewarding day. Loved being a part of this project!!
by Debbie P. from Bexley, OH (January 17, 2010)
well organized, many volunteers to assist. some made special gifts for individuals. staff were personable. seniors were very happy to see involvment of the community.
by bob l. (December 20, 2008)
Once we visited patients at the VA Hospital on Christmas day. One of them was not a veteran - she had flown up from L.A. to donate a kidney to her brother. Here it was, Christmas day, and just three days ago she had a kidney removed. She was still a little doped up, but she was in great spirits. I was so inspired by her. She was the gift.