YAY! Christmas is NOT canceled, says Days of our Lives' Jen Lilley
Posted Monday, October 19, 2020 1:07:46 PM
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Days of our Lives' Jen Lilley (ex-Theresa Donovan) is making sure holiday spirits stay lifted with the announcement of a holly and jolly contest called Operation: Christmas is NOT Cancelled.

Fans of former Days of our Lives star Jen Lilley (ex-Theresa Donovan) are thrilled that the actress is now such a big part of the Hallmark family, especially as she has become known for bringing holiday cheer in the network's annual Christmas lineup. But it gets even better, because this year, the actress is bringing double the Christmas spirit: Not only is she set to star in Hallmark's USS Christmas this November, but she also just announced a holiday contest that aims to bring as much magic to the season as possible.

"In an effort to provide Christmas cheer and perpetual hope, we are giving you the chance to win the ultimate Christmas -- everything you need to create your perfect Hallmark moment!" the actress shares in a newsletter to fans. "Because, no 2020... Christmas is NOT cancelled!"

As she details in her newsletter, fans can enter her contest each week to win a piece of the ultimate Christmas, which includes prizes like $1500 cash and Balsam Hill trees, ornaments, stockings, and other holiday decor.

"And the best part?" says Lilley, "Operation: Christmas is Not Cancelled provides toys to families in need through Toys for Tots and supports our troops through USO!"

For more information about Lilley's Christmas contest and to enter, visit ChristmasIsNotCancelled.com.

Jen Lilley starred as DAYS' Theresa from 2013 to 2016 and again for a short arc in 2018. She has also appeared in several Hallmark films, including Paris, Wine & Romance, A Dash of Love, Winter Love Story, Mingle All the Way, Harvest Love, and Eat, Play, Love.

In addition to acting, Lilley is known for her philanthropic efforts that often benefit children, especially foster children. She recently joined Dr. John DeGarmo, foster care expert and founder and director of The Foster Care Institute, in Washington, DC, to lobby for a healthier reunification process to strengthen families, children, and their caretakers. To read more about that and to help Lilley in her efforts to improve the foster care system, click here.

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