GFWC Women's Civic League of Cheyenne
Announces the 53rd Annual
Christmas House (2021)
The home of
Jack and Kelly Wright
308 Stetson Drive
(Bar X Ranch Subdivision)
Dates of Christmas House 2021:
December 3: 9 am-7 pm
December 4: 9 am-3 pm
Christmas House has been the annual fundraising project of Women’s Civic League for the last 53 years. WCLC is a non-profit organization and Christmas House proceeds benefit local organizations and projects in Laramie County, Wyoming. There are few non-profit organizations in the community that have not benefited from the hard work, dedication, and generosity of our members.
Each year the majority of the money raised through Christmas House is distributed through the club’s Community Grant Committee process and our Community Service Program Committees.
Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, for the first time in 52 years, Christmas House 2020 was not held at a physical location. Instead the Christmas House was held online. This included a crafts auction, baked goods sale, and raffle. Due to the dedication of our members and faithful customers, we were still able to offer several grants.
Grants paid through the proceeds of Christmas House 2020 include, but were not limited to:
Ambitious Diversities $4,000
Cheyenne Capital Chorale $1,000
Cheyenne Little Theatre $2,000
Climb Wyoming $1,000
Friday Food Bags $3,000
Grace For 2 Brothers Foundation $2,000
Laramie County Library Foundation $2,000
Meals on Wheels of Cheyenne $5,000
Needs, Inc. $10,000
Additionally, scholarships were awarded to seven Laramie County high school seniors.
Grants paid through the proceeds of Christmas House 2019 included:
CASA of Laramie County $2000
Cheyenne Animal Shelter $2500
Cheyenne Artists Guild $2800
Cheyenne Botanic Gardens $2000
Cheyenne Capital Chorale $500
Cheyenne Health and Wellness $10,000
Cheyenne Historic and Preservation Board $2000
Girls on the Run Wyoming $2500
Meals on Wheels $5000
Patriot Guard Riders $2500
Platte River Veterans Fly Fishing $2000
Rooted in Cheyenne $1000
Sleep in Heavenly Peace $1050
Additionally, $10,500 in scholarships were awarded to 11 Laramie County high school seniors and 1 non-traditional student.