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Judson Center Christmas Wish List

Making a difference this Holiday Season.

Every year Judson Center has a Christmas wish program to
provide holiday gifts to all of their clients. They try to make sure that no one
feels left out during this happy season. This year the list has over 700 and
individual children and adults with disabilities. All but a handful of children
have been "adopted" and they expect those names to be quickly taken care of
however, the wishes of about 60 disabled adults could use a Santa’s helper to be fulfilled.

Each of their clients gives two Christmas wishes that individually or together should not exceed a value of $35. They do receive many general, unassigned gifts this time of year. None of the clients are left out as staff can choose gifts for their clients from this collection. It does make it extra special though, if they are
able to receive one of their own wishes.

I have been asked to share this information with the Royal Oak community with the hope that some of these wishes can be granted. Over the years I have come to know my friends and neighbors to be among the most generous, loving and caring people anywhere.  Please join me in making a difference this Holiday Season.

If you are interested in helping out or would like more information contact Janice Morgan at the Judson Center. 248 - 549 - 4339 ext 21152 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Lianne Mathie December 10, 2012 at 12:17 AM
Thanks Mike. Will do.

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