Angel Tree

Angel Tree

ANGELA LUINA 757-250-3177 OR 757-285-6706

[email protected]

Yes we are having an Angel Tree.

We have adapted to the Coronavirus Pandemic by introducing 4 ways you can donate to this year’s tree.  The non-profit organizations that you have been so generous to in the past, could NOT say enough about your generosity to those in need.

  1. The St. Olaf website will have button for online donations. Gift requests will be purchased with these donations.     DONATE HERE
  2. You can purchase Walmart gift cards and either drop them by the office or put them in the Angel Tree box on the collection table in the commons after Mass. Please put gift cards in an envelope with value of the gift card.
  3. If you would like to shop for a gift for certain organizations, there is a list to choose from, please call Angela Luina.
  4. If you would like to volunteer or have questions about the Angel Tree, please call Angela Luina

Tuesday, December 8th is the last day to return your gift to St. Olaf.

Gifts and Gift cards will be delivered to the non-profit organizations listed below.

Thank you so very much for making Christmas brighter for our needy neighbors in the Williamsburg/James City County Area.


Angels Of Mercy Clinic:  The clinic offers free compassionate, quality health care, to the uninsured and under insured residents of the greater Williamsburg area, Charles City, and New Kent Counties. 

Avalon A Center for Women and Children: Avalon Center works to end domestic and sexual violence by breaking the cycle of abuse through prevention, education, shelter, and support services in the Williamsburg area.

Child Development Resources (CDR): It is a 501 c3 public charity that provides services to young children and families, and training and technical assistance for the professionals who serve them. They provide early intervention for children with developmental disabilities / delays, or at risk for delay because of family situations.

Grove Christian Outreach: Grove Outreach provides families in the community with groceries, clothing, and financial assistance is available.

Salvation Army: The Salvation Army serves children, families and seniors in our Community. They provide food, clothing, household goods, counseling services, life skill education, housing/shelter.

 St. Charles Lwanga Homes: Sister Agnes and the sisters provide assisted living facilities in Williamsburg. The homes provide care to people who require assistance with daily living.

 St. Olaf Food Pantry Families: Theses are families that use the food pantry at St. Olaf.