For the last 50 years, the Junior Friends of The Campagna Center have undertaken the awesome task of organizing and bringing forward a beloved community tradition – Scottish Christmas Walk Weekend (SCWW). According to the Alexandria Gazette Packet, "Established to help invigorate business activity in the city while also raising funds to support the programs of The Campagna Center, the parade and the events surrounding it generates more than $250,000 in vital revenue to support Campagna Center programs like Building Better Futures, New Neighbors, and the Early Learning Center at St. James. For months now, The Campagna Center has been actively working to provide in-person and virtual services to our families. These activities were incorporated into existing programs that focus heavily on preschool education, access to child care for the school-age children of working parents, tutoring and mentoring for students across the education continuum, and English language classes for immigrants and refugees in our community." As per Alexandria Gazette Packet, "On December 5, what would have been the peak of Scottish Walk Weekend, Campagna Center staff will hold a drive-through gift pickup for our Campagna families offering them a small token of holiday cheer in the form of grocery gift cards, pajamas, books, a toy, and stocking stuffers. The students in our Wright to Read program will have access to similar supports through a distribution we are organizing for December 12."