A paper filled out by parents will say whether the teen is a boy or girl and will list suggested gifts.
"The cut off will be Oct. 22," she said. "I will need to know how many kids because I will have to get them sponsored."
Parents will be notified when to pick up the gifts so they can place them beneath the tree before Christmas.
Hoylman is the mother of four children ages 17, 15, 11 and 10. Being a homemaker means she has time to devote to the project, she said.
"My three sisters and a cousin are helping me," she said.
She said the Christmas season is a difficult time for her family. Her mother Brenda Pomeroy, died on Christmas Day in 2010. Several years before, her mother's father, Kenneth Staten, also died on Christmas Day.
While she decorates for Christmas, her heart isn't always in celebrating. She believes the new project will help others while also lifting the spirits of her family.
Donations may be dropped off at City National Bank in Marmet or mailed to 908 98th St., Marmet, W.Va. 25315. Checks should be made payable to Teenagers Deserve Christmas, Too, Inc.
For more information, call 304-513-6000.