A: Christmas Dreams is the world's first year-round resort and theme park designed specifically to accommodate guests with life threatening illnesses. To make the experience as fun and effortless as possible, families will walk out of their guest suites and immediately find themselves in the park, no parking lots, no lines, no tickets, and no hassles. Initially Christmas Dreams will accommodate up to 40 guests at a time, enough for good group dynamics, yet never crowded. Optional "split-tracks" for adults and kids allow everyone in the family to have a break from their daily challenges and enjoy activities designed specifically for them. Most importantly, Christmas Dreams will offer the greatest gift of all—hope beyond the pain and suffering these families face daily.
A: Christmas Dreams was born in the hearts of the people of Covenant Community Church. CCC is a church that focuses on being a visible, vibrant, and vital part of the community, a church that exists to touch and change the world with the love of Christ. Christmas Dreams is an extension of CCC’s desire to offer hope to families who are struggling.
A: Christmas Dreams will work with families, medical professionals, and the world’s leading wish-granting organizations to offer families an opportunity to visit Christmas Dreams. Children will be accommodated on a first-come, first-served basis. Children with the most immediate needs will move to the front of the line.
A: Families with sick children will visit Christmas Dreams entirely cost free.
A: You can help today by making a financial donation. In the future, Christmas Dreams will be asking for volunteers to be a part of day-to-day operations. Click here to receive a newsletter and stay abreast of volunteer opportunities.
A: Donations will be used for the design, construction and operation of Christmas Dreams.
A: Under current tax laws, all donations made to Christmas Dreams are tax deductible.
A: Should Christmas Dreams fail to make use of funds collected, those funds will be donated to a similar wish-granting organization.
A: Families are invited to stay at Christmas Dreams for up to one week. They will enjoy privacy in their own guest chalet as well as have opportunities to share experiences with other families.
A: Christmas Dreams may open to the public at times for fundraising events, community awareness, and special events. Revenue from any events will be used for capital costs and operational expenses.