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Giving Opportunity



The winter holidays are upon us! As in years past, Salud will be participating in the Lafayette, IN YWCA’s Kris Kringle Event as our charitable endeavor this holiday season. Participation in this event is voluntary.

What is the Kris Kringle event?

  • Our donations will help to provide holiday gifts for the children and adults of the Lafayette YWCA’s Domestic Violence Intervention and Prevention Program.

How to participate/donate?

  • Physical Gifts:

    • If you live outside of Lafayette, you can ship your donation to the Salud office or directly to the YWCA

      • Salud Office: 1330 Win Hentschel Blvd, Suite 250, West Lafayette, IN 47906

      • YWCA: Advocacy Center, 624 N 6th St, Lafayette, IN 47901

    • If local to Lafayette, you can drop gifts off at the Salud office or at the YWCA


  • Monetary Donation:

    • If local, drop off money to Salud’s office.

    • Salud Employees: You also have the option to do a onetime payroll deduction (check your email for details)



When is the deadline?

  • We will be delivering gifts to the YWCA around Friday, December 8th

    • If you want to send gifts to the Salud office, be sure they arrive to the office by Tuesday, December 5th


What is needed/requested?

For Children

  • Toy Cars and Trucks

  • Dolls

  • Legos

  • Board Games

  • Infant/Toddler Toys

  • Makeup, Nail Polish

  • Lotions, Perfumes, Colognes

  • Sports (balls and team apparel)

  • Gift cards to Superstores and Mall

  • Gift cards for clothing stores

  • Art Kits

For Adults

  • Pajama sets (all sizes)

  • Bath sets, lotions, perfumes

  • Hats, scarves, gloves sets

  • Coffee Makers

  • Pots and Pans sets

  • Gift cards to Superstores

  • Kitchenware and household items

  • Baking sheets

  • Dishes and bowl sets

  • Scotch tape

  • Silverware

  • Holiday gift bags

As always, thank you!


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I love that we continue to help the families that the YWCA supports for those that have been displaced and often lost many of their belongings and have limited resources. This is a cause very near and dear to my heart.

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