During the holiday season, many wonderful blessings occur (i.e. good health, family, food and friends).  However, there are many families, in our area, who can’t afford a Christmas tree for their children, who can’t afford the small things, such as soap, jackets, caps, crayons, gloves, etc.  Five years ago, Coach Kim’s Secret Santa’s was created by YOU, and we were able to help the Angell family and last year we helped the Bates family.

 

Mr. Angell (his real last name) has three children (12, 11 & 5), had to borrow money to get a Christmas tree for his kids, and was having a very, very tough year.  Through your help, we were able to give him, his wife and kids a wonderful Christmas. He is now on solid ground (financially) and is a participant in our Coach Kim’s Secret Santa’s program.
We helped the Bates family which had 13 people living in one home (8 children and 5 adults – one battling Alzheimer’s and one dealing with cancer).  Santa presented them with a microwave, refrigerator, soap, clothes, blankets, Kroger gift cards, shell gas cards, target gift cards and so much more love.
Now, we understand that our economy has put all of us in a tough situation, but many of us are still very blessed to have heat in our house, gas in our car, food in our refrigerator and healthy families.

We are looking for some Coach Kim’s Secret Santa’s to help make this a Merry Christmas for our new 2015 adopted family. We have partnered with North Fulton Community Charities to bring some smiles to a family this season.

Our Coach Kim’s Secret Santa’s will provide our newly adopted family with gift cards (ie Kroger, Publix, Sears, Walgreen’s, Best Buy, Target, etc), socks, jackets, caps, video games or whatever your heart desires. It can be $5, or $100 gift card (does not matter).  The choice is yours and anything is greatly appreciated.  Please see Sponsor Report for Family Wish List and Suggested Guidelines for Giving documents.

If  you are interested in helping, please email me us at kc.halftimesports@gmail.com.

Thank you and Happy Holidays