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Buchanan Family

Laura is a single mom raising her three children, Melanie (3 months), America (7) and Edgar (9). Laura was in an abusive relationship for over 5 years until one time she had the courage to call the police and her ex-husband was arrested for domestic violence. Laura took the decision to call the police because she noticed that her children were been affected by the incidents. Laura recognizes the struggles of being a single mom, but she feels better to be alone raising her children in a more peaceful environment. However, without a second income, she struggles each month to provide basic needs for her family, even though they share an apartment with another family to save on rent.

Laura and children will appreciate all the support these holidays with basic need items; they wish you all the best this season. Happy Holidays!!

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Rodgers Family

Carmen is a single mother of 4 children, Christian, who is 3, Jocelyn, who is 7, David, who is 15, and Stephanie, who is 16. Aside from her own kids, Carmen helps care for one year old granddaughter, Evelyn. The family of 6 live in a 2 bedroom apartment where they share the living cost with a friend who rents one of the rooms. Carmen and her children share one of the rooms while her eldest son sleeps in the living room. Sometimes, they run out of money for rent, bills and basic needs such as diapers for Carmen’s one year old granddaughter. The Rodgers Family would truly appreciate your support.

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Warner Family

Carmen is a newly single mother to Leonel (18 months) and Johanna (4). She was in an unstable and unhealthy relationship with the father, and has separated from him. She is unemployed, and struggling financially; she is finding it difficult to buy even the most basic needs for her children. Our Well program is working with her family to heal from her troubled relationship and help her with community resources, including job placement – she is very determined to create a better life for her children.

This family would be so happy to have a holiday gifts of warm clothes and baby items. Please find it in your heart to adopt the Warner Family to give them a Merry Christmas.

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Francis Family

Clarissa is a single mom to two beautiful daughters, Gabriella (2 months) and Isabella (2). Clarissa left an abusive relationship and is trying to raise her daughters on her own. She was laid off from work two months before giving birth to Gabriella and is having a very hard time making ends meet. She at times gets a little help from her mom and is currently getting connected up to local resources for further assistance. This small family is currently living in a studio type setting with no kitchen, so they don’t have access to a refrigerator, microwave or stove. They eat fast food a lot or things like lunchables that don’t have to be refrigerated. Clarissa dreams of someday being able to live in a different setting with her girls to provide them with a better future. She is a part of our Toddler program and is working with her caseworker on managing Isabella’s behavior in a positive way. Isabella have been very defiant, throws frequent tantrums and has aggressive behaviors. Through the program she is starting to see big improvements with Isabella. Clarissa would truly enjoy seeing her daughters smile and laugh with joy this Christmas so any help that you can share with this family would go a long way.

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Gonzales Family

Nayeli is the single mother to two handsome sons, Lyam (7) and Joseph (5). Nayeli works very hard to provide everything for her boys with no help from their father for over five years. She works a lot and struggles to provide the boys with basic needs items. This is what is her biggest stress factor because she wants her boys to have a much better life. Nayeli enrolled in our School Readiness program because she was experiencing behavior problems with her sons. Through the program she has learned a lot of helpful parenting techniques and she has seen a big change in their behavior for the better. This family loves each so much and is so happy to be chosen by you to receive Christmas presents as they weren’t expecting to receive any this year. Thank you.

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Cruz Family

Hector and Maria are the parents to two children, Damian (3) and Maya (1). Currently, Hector is the main provider for the family as Maria is enrolled in school full time, studying Medical Billing. She hopes to help support her family once she has completed the program. The Cruz’s rent a bedroom out of a house, which is very impacted with people. There are currently 12 people living in one house with 1 bathroom for them all to share. Hector and Maria struggle to make ends meet each month and could use some help providing basic needs items for their family. Please consider adopting the Cruz family to make this holiday season very special for them!

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Ellis Family

Veronica and Douglas are parents to four children, Israel (9), Kimberly (6), Elisa (1.5) and Jason (2 months). Douglas is the sole provider for his family and struggles to make ends meet and provide for his family. Veronica stays home to take care of their children as child care is just too expensive for four children. The Ellis’s are currently living in a single bedroom that they rent out with Douglas’s family. They know that they will not be able to provide any gifts for their children this year and could use your help. Please consider adopting the Ellis family!

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Jones Family

Joel and Nohemi are parents to Heidi (14), Aylin (9), Paloma (7), and Laila (4). They were referred to the In-Home program due to having experienced domestic violence in the home. During their time in the program, they have learned to implement positive communication in order to educate their children on how to maintain healthy and happy relationships. Every day they are growing and becoming a stronger family unit.

Unfortunately, they live to paycheck to paycheck while also living with multiple families to make ends meet. They would appreciate a donor to help provide basic needs and gifts due to money being tight.

This holiday season, this family would truly appreciate your support.

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Rios Family

Pedro and Paola are parents to four children, Ana (11), Axel (7), Genesis (4), and Andy (2 months). The family in enrolled in our services to improve their living situations. The children are already showing better character, improved behavior and communication. It has really helped the family decompress and really enjoy each other. Pedro and Paola are having a hard time making ends meet, especially when it comes to basic needs items like clothes, shoes and groceries. Any kindness you can provide to this family this Christmas would bring much joy. Thank you!

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Day Family

Maricela and Ignacio are parents to their son, Marlon (1). Ignacio is the only one who is working and providing financial income for the family. After having their son, Marlon, Maricela wanted to go to work to help provide for the family, however having a babysitter was too expensive for them and they decided that Maricela needed to stay home to take care of Marlon full time. The Day’s live in a small one bedroom apartment, but are struggling to pay the rent each month. As a result, they have now rented out the single bedroom and are currently living in the living room in their apartment. Making ends meet is very difficult for the Day’s and they wont be able to afford presents or basic needs items for their son this Holiday season.

Adopting the Day Family would give them a very happy holiday!

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