• Drop Off Day will proceed as planned Saturday, December 9th

  • 7 am to 10 am on the Saint Bridget School Blacktop. 6011 York Rd.Richmmond, 23226.

  • Please be cautious if you choose to drive in the inclement weather. The temperature is expected to stay at or above freezing through the night, so we are hopeful roads will stay passable. 

  • We can only accept late drop-offs if your card ID is in the 100s. Card IDs with 200 are not able to be accepted late. 

  • Click Here for what to do if you can't get your gifts in, why late gifts can't be accepted and how to change it.

Updated December 8th at 9:30 p.m.

What is Christmas Sharing?

Similar to an Angel Tree - Saint Bridget parishioners help over 850 individuals in need have a brighter Christmas with gifts, food, toiletries and other household items. After Mass visit the Confirmation Teens in the Murphy Conference Room or the Parish Center Meeting room to see the available cards. Select a card, purchase items on the card and drop off what you purchased to Saint Bridget by December 90th. 

Additional Ways to Help

Monetary donations help to purchase last minute gifts, aid in transportation costs and replenish supplies that make Christmas Sharing possible. If you'd like to donate, drop off checks at the Parish Office or click here to donate online. Thank You!

Made out to: Saint Bridget Church
Memo Line: "Christmas Sharing"

The Confirmation Teens arrive for drop off day at 6am and work all morning to collect, sort and deliver the gifts and food. 
If you have access to bagels, doughnuts, fruit, pastries or juice we will gladly accept donations to keep our teens energy high throughout the morning!

Questions or Contributions  

Please contact Dan Harms at or (804) 282-9511

Thank you and God Bless!

Drop Off Information

Official Drop Off Day: Saturday, December 9th from 7am-10am on the Blacktop of Saint Bridget School 

Early Gift Drop Off: Begins December 5th at Parish Office. Please do not drop off before December 5th

Late GiftsWill not be delivered to the intended recipient. 

Christmas Sharing Buying Guide

Gift Recipeints to expect 2-4 gifts with a combined value of no more than $100. 

If a parishioner would like to spend more than $100/person, they are welcome to, but this guide helps gift recipients keep a realistic expectation of what to ask for.
Still, many times we see requests for electronics which may cost over $100, however, sometimes these can be purchased for well under $100. Here is a buying guide for a few common items: 

There are tablets that can be found at Amazon and Walmart for as little as $35

Cell Phone
Unlocked, pay as-you-go phones are the best bet when buying for someone you don't know. 
Here is a phone at Walmart under $30, Here is a phone on Amazon for $35 and includes $40 in minutes. 

DVD Players
Here is a DVD Player for $35 on Amazon
Here is a portable DVD player on Amazon





Who Do We Serve?

The recipient individuals and families are identified by Social Agencies and Community Organizers across Virginia. 

While many recipients are from rural locations in/around the Blue Ridge Mountains, some recipients are based in low income areas around Richmond.

We also have a partnership with Blackwell School in Richmond to provide students with necessities throughout the winter and beyond. 

By The Numbers

In 2017 we have 1018 Gift and Food Cards to distribute. Additionally, we will collect coats, gloves and hats for Blackwell School. 


Contact Info

Saint Bridget Catholic Church
6006 Three Chopt Road
Richmond, Virginia 23226

Office: (804) 282-9511
Fax: (804) 285-7227
Priests' Residence: (804) 282-9318

Office Hours
Mon-Fri: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Mass Schedule

Reconciliation at 4:00pm and by appointment
Vigil Mass: 5:30pm

7:30am, 9:00am,11:00am, 5:00pm

8:00am, except holidays as scheduled


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