As a part of its annual charity fundraising event, The Garland Company, Inc., raised $56,000 to support Santa’s Hide-A-Way Hollow in its efforts to bring the spirit of Christmas joy to seriously and terminally ill children and their families year round. Garland’s Spirit Week, now in its tenth year, is a weeklong event held at the company’s headquarters in Cleveland, Ohio. It is dedicated to raising money for worthy causes through various fundraising activities. Garland’s corporate employees as well as its sales representatives located through the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom all participated in the week of giving.
Garland’s support extended beyond just monetary contributions as many employees spent time volunteering at Santa’s Hide-A-Way Hollow, a 93-acre private park in Middlefield, Ohio, complete with elves, reindeer, a toy shop, and bakery. The 100% volunteer-driven park is designed to mimic the North Pole with every detail meticulously planned to create a truly magical escape for sick children and their families.