Giving Christmas to Erie and Charlotte Families in Need

Please help us give Christmas to a family in crisis this holiday season. So many people are struggling and Christmas puts an added pressure and highlights their financial needs and problems. We want to bless the socks off a family and let them feel God’s love and the Spirit of Christmas and give them hope this year through our Giving Corps.

Erie

This holiday season we are sponsoring a family in need. This family struggling to make ends meet and dealing with major medical bills. The family of 6 is just hoping to have a little joy this Christmas. Everything seems to be going wrong right now for them. Mom lost her part time job watching a child in her home. Dad is recovering from foot surgery and is wheel chair bound. The children are ages 9, 5, 4 and 18  months. The 9 year old struggles with emotional and learning disabilities and the 5 year old has already had 2 heart surgeries and may need more. Their car is unreliable for getting them back and forth to Pittsburgh for medical appointments.

Please come along side us and pray for this family. Pray that we are able to help them in their struggles and that they feel the hand of God’s love on their family this Christmas.

If you can help please message us or donate to our Giving Corps.

Charlotte

This holiday season we are sponsoring a family in need. This single grandmother is working part time and struggling to provide for her grown daughters and her two grandchildren.

Please come along side us and pray for this mother and her precious children she has sacrificed so much to help. Pray that we are able to help her in her time of need and that God eases her burden this Christmas season.

If you can help please message us or donate to our Giving Corps.

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