Holiday Gift Giving Campaign Banner Carole Robertson Center 2022


The Carole Robertson Center for Learning relies on our closest partners to support our annual Holiday Gift-Giving Campaign. Through your generosity, we ensure every child and youth enrolled in our Early Childhood Education and Out of School Time (OST) program receives a special gift for the holidays. For many families we serve, the joy of giving gifts is often dampened by the reality of limited resources. Join us and help make this season a little brighter!

This year, your donations will allow us to purchase items that will stock the Holiday Gift Shop, where parents can “shop” for free gifts for their children and have them wrapped while they shop. By offering donations as free gifts, our families can fully embrace the excitement of the holiday season and share the joy of gift-giving as a family.

Purchase Wishlist Items

Help us make the holidays bright for as many as 3,000+ children and youth in Little Village, North Lawndale and Albany Park. Our development team has made it easy to shop for gifts and have them shipped directly to the Carole Robertson Center. Browse and purchase gifts from the Little Village, North Lawndale, or Albany Park wishlists.   


Wishlist Details:

  • Individuals wishing to purchase gifts directly from the wishlists can browse our Little Village, North Lawndale, or Albany Park wishlists.
  • Donations can also be dropped at our administrative office, 1111 S. Western Ave., until December 12.
  • You can also make a financial donation and leave the shopping to us!

Join the campaign!

Partners who would like to purchase Wishlist items, host a gift drive, or purchase gift cards can email Kaitlyn Williams, Development Associate at


Deadline for Sign-Up:

Friday, November 18 

Make a Donation Today!

When you make a $25 donation in support of our Holiday Gift Giving Campaign, you ensure a child we serve receives a special gift for the holidays.

Donations made by 12/9 will directly support the purchase of gifts for children and youth.  

Since 1976, the Carole Robertson Center for Learning has been dedicated to educating, enriching, and empowering children and families through comprehensive child and family development programs.