The Energy Corridor District is bringing holiday cheer to our community! The District will celebrate its unique version of the Twelve Days of Christmas. From December 7th through December 18th, we will share a gift each day to support District businesses, our community, and numerous stakeholders.
From providing meals to first responders and healthcare works to free Wheels and Reels Movie Nights, the District’s Twelve Days of Christmas campaign offers something for everyone.
“We’re excited about the opportunity to spread cheerfulness this holiday season. This year has been a challenging time; however, the Energy Corridor District wanted to ensure our community ended the year on a positive note,” said the District’s Executive Director, Elijah J. Williams. “The District’s Twelve Days of Christmas is an opportunity to provide COVID safe activities, give back to those in need, say thank you to our first responders and healthcare workers, all while supporting District businesses.”
On December 7th, the Twelve Days of Christmas campaign will kick off with a blood drive with the Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center at 757 North Eldridge Parkway.
“Locally, the Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center is currently struggling to keep a one-day supply of blood on-hand,” said Williams. “This partnership will call for community heroes to donate blood and help save lives at a critical time.”
Throughout the remainder of the Twelve Days of Christmas, the District will provide food from District restaurants to first responders and healthcare workers, host free Wheels and Reels Movie Nights, give away gift cards to District businesses via social media, contribute to the Memorial Assistance Ministries and the West Houston Assistance Ministries, and provide digital activities, including bingo and a scavenger hunt.
The Twelve Days of Christmas campaign’s featured events consist of two free Wheels and Reels Movie Nights at the Addicks Park & Ride on December 11th and 12th. The movie night events are contactless. Event participants must register via Eventbrite and are asked to support a District business by purchasing dinner or movie snacks on the way to the movie night. Once participants arrive, they can watch the holiday film from the comfort of their vehicle.
Keep up with the campaign’s progress by following the Energy Corridor District on social media. You will have opportunities to win, chances to uncover digital activities for the entire family, and maybe even discover ways that you can give back this holiday season.
To learn more about the District’s Twelve Days of Christmas, visit https://www.energycorridor.org/twelve_days_of_christmas/.