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Moreno Family

Marciano and Juana are the parents of five children, Luis (age 12), Priceyda (age 10), Freddy (age 7), Lesslie (age 4), and Jayden (age 2). The family is struggling financially due to the father, Marciano, being the only one working. Mother, Juana, is trying her best to support her family and finding resources, like the food pantry, to assist with food needs. The family’s greatest wish is to provide their father with a bicycle so he could have transportation to work instead of having to walk or worry about having insufficient funds for the bus/gas. The Moreno family is currently enrolled in our Well Program to assist with their two youngest children’s behavior changes, and is working hard to become more educated in parenting techniques.

Because the money Marciano makes goes primarily to rent and utilities, the Moreno family will not be able to get Christmas presents this year. The Moreno family would be so grateful and appreciative to receive gifts this Christmas. Thank you for helping this family have a wonderful holiday.

Donations are optional and separate from adoption of this family. To adopt this family, please click the button below and leave the amount as $0.

Donations are optional and separate from adoption of this family. To adopt this family, please click the button below and leave the amount as $0.

Walker Family

Jorge and Elvira are the parents to Daisy (8), Jorge Jr. (6) and Armando (2) with a new baby on the way. Jorge works hard but still struggles to provide the basic needs for his family beyond rent and bills. Elvira is receiving services from our In-Home Toddler Visitation program to get support from the stress and challenges of parenting her toddler, Armando.

With their current financial situation, this family would not be able to afford Christmas gifts this year. A generous donor could help them feel joy for the holidays by providing basic needs items and gifts. Thank you.

Donations are optional and separate from adoption of this family. To adopt this family, please click the button below and leave the amount as $0.

Martin Family

Jasmin and Jorge are the parents of four children: Brittany (9), Camilah (7), Dylan (3), and Jorge Jr (1).  Jasmin is a very active mother in our In-Home Toddler program and wants the best for her children, one of which is a child with special needs that has therapy and several doctors appointments during the week.  Jasmin has been having a lot of medical problems after her last pregnancy which is keeping her from working.  Jasmin and her family are having a lot of financial problems since she has not been able to go back to work, and they struggle to pay the rent on their one room apartment.

The family was not planning on celebrating Christmas this year because they cannot afford gifts.  They would be very grateful for whatever gifts you can provide.

Donations are optional and separate from adoption of this family. To adopt this family, please click the button below and leave the amount as $0.

Hawkins Family

Maria and Israel are parents to three lovely children: Jerry, 4, Andrew, 2, and Helen, 9 months. Maria and Gerardo have been in the infant program for a few months. They have been very active and have learned different parenting skills for the benefits of their children. The Hawkins family lives in a small apartment and share the bedroom with all their children. As a child, Maria experienced violence and does not want her children to go through the same experience. The Hawkins family would benefit from receiving gifts because the father does not have enough money to buy presents for the children and can only cover to pay for their basic needs. Families helping Families adoption would improve this family’s life because it would give the baby an opportunity to have warm clothes for the winter. Any form of aid would help this family tremendously. Please adopt the Hawkins Family and give them a memorable holiday!

Donations are optional and separate from adoption of this family. To adopt this family, please click the button below and leave the amount as $0.

Henderson Family

Paula and Guillermo are the parents to four children: Guillermo Jr, 14, Giselle, 8, Yazmin, 3, and Isaac, 7 months old. Paula is enrolled in the infant program and enjoys learning about parenting. Furthermore, she is learning about different resources in the community as well as the importance of bonding with her baby. However, the Henderson family is struggling financially. Paula is currently not able to work; thus, the father is the sole provider for the family of six. The Henderson family rents a one bedroom apartment and since the father is gone for most of the day, Paula has to do everything on her own at home. The father tries his best to provide for the family and works extra hours but the downside is that hedoes not have much time to spend with his family. This family would benefit from receiving gifts and basic needs item because they are struggling financially. Families helping Families adoption would improve this family’s life because it will give the father some assistance with providing presents to his children. A donor can help with basic hygiene items for the family as well as gift cards and groceries. The Henderson family is happy to be part of the Families helping Families program and wishes everyone a great holiday season. Help bring joy this holiday to the Henderson family and please adopt them!

Donations are optional and separate from adoption of this family. To adopt this family, please click the button below and leave the amount as $0.

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!

Donations are optional and separate from adoption of this family. To adopt this family, please click the button below and leave the amount as $0.

Welch Family

Marcos is a single parent to six children: Alexandra (15), Itzir (13), Bryan (10), Kamila (7), Emanuel (3) and Isabel (2). He was a victim of domestic violence by the mother of his children and has separated from her, and does not get any support from her. He has sought out the help of the Center’s in-home parenting program to help stabilize the home, because he is determined to be a good father. Being a single parent, he was struggling to find a babysitter and keep his job, but has started to receive help from family members and he was able to keep his job. Marcos works hard to provide food and shelter for his children.

Marcos is a loving father and wants his children to be happy. For financial reasons, he was not going to celebrate Christmas this year, but is very grateful for whatever gifts you can provide. Please help Marcos provide gifts and basic need items for his children. Thank you for your kindness.

Donations are optional and separate from adoption of this family. To adopt this family, please click the button below and leave the amount as $0.

Byrd Family

Noemi is a single mother of three boys: Jaden (7), Alexander (6), and Leonardo (2). Noemi was a victim of domestic violence by the father of the children; she is getting help with parenting from the Center because she is determined to be a good parent for her children. She struggles financially, because she works part time while she attends school. She does not receive help from the father, since he is now in jail. The family lives in a living room of mobile home that they share with other families, in order to afford food and shelter for the family. She was not planning to celebrate Christmas because she cannot afford gifts.

Noemi would be very grateful for any gifts and basic needs for her family that a generous donor can provide.

Donations are optional and separate from adoption of this family. To adopt this family, please click the button below and leave the amount as $0.

Washington Family

Christina is the single mother to five children: Stephanie (16), Henry (14), Eduardo (12), Alexis (6), and Brandon (4). Christina does not receive any help financially from the children’s father, and she struggles to make ends meet. They live in a poor neighborhood, and the children are exposed to gangs and drugs, and are being influenced in a negative way. Stephanie (16) is having difficulty with school and is being transferred to an alternative school, and Henry likes to wear make-up, for which Christina is learning to cope. The Center is helping Christina with stress management and mental health referrals to be able to help her children better.

A kind Santa could help this family relieve some of the stress from the holiday season by adopting them. Thank you for your kindness.

Donations are optional and separate from adoption of this family. To adopt this family, please click the button below and leave the amount as $0.

Burton Family

Nancy is the mother of two daughters, Naraly (8) and Mirian (12). Nancy recently divorced her husband because of domestic violence. She is only working part-time, so it is difficult for her to provide for her daughters after paying rent and bills. The three of them are going through therapy to heal from the trauma caused by her ex-husband. Nancy is looking for a full-time job so that she can keep her apartment and provide better for her daughters.

This family would be so grateful for holiday gifts of clothes, shoes and other basic needs. The girls are forced to wear the same clothing to school every day, and Nancy is worried that other kids make fun of them. A kind Santa could bring joy to this family in crisis. Thank you for considering adopting the Burton Family.

Donations are optional and separate from adoption of this family. To adopt this family, please click the button below and leave the amount as $0.