Saturday, December 9 4-7 PM at Sunnyhill

RSVP here!

Pricing when you sign up online by midnight December 6:
$10 (age 13 and up), $5 (age 3-12), free for little ones
Pricing at the door:
$20 (age 13 and up), $10 (age 3-12), free for little ones
If you’re a Sunnyhill crafter, artist, or vendor and want to have a table at One World, contact Elizabeth Mortimer at

Our Festive Evening Schedule

Spend a festive evening with Sunnyhill friends, browse gift and fair-trade tables, and donate to our Social Justice and community partners in the spirit of giving back!

Enjoy multicultural crafts for kids of all ages!

A delicious family-friendly pasta feast will be served up by Sunnyhill kitchen elves.

Stick around for a holiday movie downstairs!

How Can You Join in the Spirit of Giving?

Bring a plate of cookies to share.

Pack your own plates/bowls and utensils to conserve resources (optional).

Check our donation partners’ wish lists below to bring some holiday cheer to our community! New and unwrapped gifts only. Look for the big gift boxes in Fellowship Hall throughout December or bring your items to One World.


Women’s Center & Shelter of Greater Pittsburgh 

  • New, unworn hats, scarves and mittens for our Mitten Tree in Fellowship Hall

  • Gift cards from Walmart, Target, Dollar Tree, Dollar General, Giant Eagle, and VISA gift cards

  • Multicultural hair care products (full-sized)

  • Hair accessories

  • Body wash (full-sized)

  • Towels

  • Diapers (size 4)

  • Sturdy reusable grocery bags

  • Diapers (size 5)

  • Air mattresses with built-in pump

  • Fitted sheets

  • Flat sheets

  • Pillowcases

SHIM (South Hills Interfaith Movement)

  • Gift cards from Giant Eagle, Sheetz, Walmart and Connect cards

  • Dried beans and lentils

  • Pasta sauce in jars

  • Cereal and oatmeal

  • Soup (especially low sodium)

  • Canned proteins (tuna, chicken, salmon, beans)

  • Diapers sizes 3-6

  • Personal care items (shampoo, toothbrushes, toothpaste, deodorant, feminine items, etc.)

Foster Love Project 

  • Gift cards from Walmart, Target, Giant Eagle

  • Kids’ pajamas

  • Kids’ toys

Finn Thornton’s Holiday Book Drive

Like last year, Finn will promote social justice and equity for all children through the annual Books for Change Book Drive. Finn has chosen A Day with No Words by Tiffany Hammond and asks that you purchase it through his wish list at City of Asylum Bookstore an independent, community-focused bookstore on the North Side. Finn will then pick up all the books from City of Asylum, and they will be delivered to schools and childcare facilities across Pittsburgh.

See you there!