Christmas Historic Home Tour
Due to COVID-19, the Wake Forest Historic Preservation Commission and the Wake Forest Woman's Club have postponed the 2020 Wake Forest Christmas Historic Home Tour until Saturday, Dec. 4, 2021.
Christmas Home Tour Proceeds
The proceeds from the biennial Christmas Tour of Historic Homes are divided by the Wake Forest Historic Preservation Commission and the WomanÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s Club for the benefit of the following projects:
Historic Preservation Workshops and Educational Opportunities
Wake Forest Historical Museum
Historic District Beautification Projects
Historic District Walking Tour Projects
Funds for Historic Preservation Matching Grants
Historic Preservation Graduate Student Internship
Wake Forest Woman's Club
The Wake Forest Woman's Club supports a variety of community service projects including but not limited to the following:
Arts community service projects, including crafts for children, Special Needs Prom, July 4th Art in the Park children's supplies
Conservation community service projects, including Dirt Day supplies, Museum of Life and Science â€“ Earth Moves Exhibit, Franklin County SPCA â€“ Cat and Dog Food, City of Oaks Foundation â€“ Camp Scholarship, flowers for the Wake Forest Historical Museum
Education community service projects, including school supplies for Boys & Girls Club and area schools
Home life community service projects, including Safe Space, Touched by Hope, Tri-Area Ministry, Wake Forest Senior Center Meals on Wheels Treats, Brown Bag Ministry snacks
International issues community service projects, including stocking stuffers for deployed troops, Heifer International, Stop Hunger Now, and United Nations Shot at Life.
Public issues community service projects, including the Purple Heart Foundation in memory of Donald Kroohs, Wake Forest Senior Center, Wreaths Across America, RDU Airport USO, ChurchNet Foundation, and the Wake Forest Boys & Girls Club.