Bobbie Hedley

~ Thank you for visiting ~
Would you consider making a $5, $10, $20 or $50 gift to local groups who support causes focused on enriching the lives of those in need? You could be helping your neighbor, who currently has a child is fighting cancer (Ronald McDonald House or Camp Ta Kumpta) and helped you shovel your driveway this winter or your favorite coworker who is getting emergency help from the local food shelf (Chittenden Emergency Food Shelf). Those in need have many faces and names; are young and old. Vermont is a special place with amazing and charitable people wanting to help each other when times are hard. This includes are furry friends too! Please help continue the work of these local groups by sharing the love and giving a little financial support. No donation is too small.

We’ll be out Friday, December 14th from 6-830pm caroling around the Burlington area. Keep your eyes and ears out for the bad singing and Christmas themed costumes!

Wishing you and your family health, love and happiness this Holiday Season and wishing everyone a Happy New Year!



Rooftops (Stops on the route)

Since 1998 Santa Night Burlington has been helping organizations, people and even animals throughout the greater Chittenden County area. Each year our reach has grown to include many different Non-Profits, families and individuals.

The money we raise has helped families to stay in their homes, put food on a table, provided young children with gifts and parents with the gift of knowing there is someone who is there to lend a helping hand, expecting nothing in return.

We have provided help for the end of life care for some who were terminal, helped to ease the pain for those needing financial assistance with travel costs in order to save a child, and have anonymously paid Vet bills to keep a family member from being euthanized simply due to lack of money.

There are so many wonderful individuals who just needed someone to reach out and make a difference during a time of need. We are very happy Santa Night could be there to help.

Through the generous support from all those who have participated, made a donation, or opened your doors to allow us a place to entertain your customers and spread our Holiday Spirit. Santa Night has been able to make a significant difference in the lives of thousands.

Below is a list of just some of the Non-Profit organizations we have been fortunate enough to help.

  • King Street Youth Center
  • Spring Hill Rescue
  • Spectrum
  • Boys and Girls Club
  • COTS
  • Lund Family Center
  • Camp Ta-Kum-Ta
  • Burlington Community Health Center
  • Vermont Cares
  • Hope Lodge
  • Camp Knock Knock
  • Vermont Respite House
  • Sara Holbrook Center
  • Chittenden Emergency Food Shelf
  • Winooski Family Center
  • Steps To End Domestic Violence
  • Hope Works
  • Golden Huggs
  • Ronald McDonald House
  • AACN Love Your Heart
  • Make a Wish
  • Epilepsy Foundation / Children's Gifts
  • Burlington Emergency Shelter
  • Vermont Special Olympics
  • The Hooved Animal Sanctuary