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a Holiday Helping Hand



We started A Holiday Helping Hand because we wanted a way to give everyone the opportunity to have a special and happy holiday.  


The ornaments were originally gifts for our family and friends.  It was a fun way to create something personalized and unique.  Now, every year right before Thanksgiving the team here at SWC gets together to create a limited run of hand painted ornaments.  The proceeds from the sale of the ornaments supports the Boys and Girls Club of High Point, NC.


Ornaments will be available at the Frame House in Thomasville, NC and through our Facebook page beginning November 22.  We offer shipping to anywhere in the United States.  Please contact us directly if you have any questions or special requests.  Although most of the ornaments are already made, we try to accomodate any special design requests.  


Thank you and happy holidays!

a message from the lead painter...

a message from the owner...

The Boys and Girls Club is such a great institution and holds a special place in my heart.  We participate a lot in youth sports since we offer photography services throughout the Triad.  I always try to make a positive impact whenever I can.  It's important to me to let the kids know that through good and bad, there is always someone who has your back.  Love and trust is so crucial for anyone, especially when you're young and impressionable.  The Boys and Girls Club offers that and so much more.  I'm honored to be a part of a Holiday Helping Hand and can't wait to show you this year's designs!!

- Sam Gay

We started a Holiday Helping Hand because we wanted a way to give back to our community.  I believe charity has the biggest impact when it starts at home, which is why Strike With Chaos is proud to support the High Point Boys and Girls Club.  The Boys and Girls Club is a postivie force within our community and offers a real helping hand.  

Thank you all for your kindness and donations. Happy and safe holidays! 


-Jesse Terrell

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