• “Holy Cow! I never expected to receive so much! I thank you from the bottom of my heart!”
• “What a surprise, you are Angels! T can’t remember the last time I had Christmas gifts! I am saving my gifts until Christmas, but thank you! Thank you for the food and toiletries. God Bless you!”
• “Thank you for everything, all was so nice! Tell everyone involved ‘thank you so much.'”
• “Thank you for all you do for me. I wish I could do something for you.”
• “I thank the Lord for the people who do this for us! Sometimes this is all the Christmas I get.”
I wanted to share a few of the calls and comments that we received at the office from the seniors who had joyfully received blessings through the 2019 Christmas Blessing project. They were overwhelmed and so thankful for the generosity of all who donated. Not only does this delivery bring them much needed items, but also the realization, as you can see by the comments, that there are people out there, like you, that care about them and are thinking of them this Christmas season.
Thank You for your assistance and the generous donation of tote bags to the 2019 Christmas Blessing project, a community endeavor that Livingston County Catholic Charities (LCCC) hosts each year for homebound and low-income senior citizens. Your generosity along with others is a huge part of this project each year. This year, with your support, we served 161 seniors, up from 146 served last year.
Thank you for being a part of such a meaningful endeavor. .. loving and serving our brothers and sisters in need. Please visit Livingston County Catholic Charities’ Facebook page to view photos from the overall project. Enclosed is a listing of all of the generous donors that we gave each senior with their packages so they can see the tremendous number of people and organizations involved. Merry Christmas and God Bless you all!
Director of Senior Services
Items donated were lovingly provided by…
140 Ice Den, Justin & Michelle Anderson, John & Kathi Backhuus, Karl & Linda Bangert, Loretta Beland, Brighton High School Athletic Teams, Brighton NC Machine Corp., Brighton Senior Center, Catholic Council on Aging, Catholic Foundation of Michigan, Joel & Lucinda Clark, Coalition of Oral Health for Aging, Cowdrey Family, Daughters of Isabella Society St. Augustine, Dearborn Sausage Co., Dan Hall-Pinckney Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram, Dennis & Jacque Durco, Extreme Machine, Family Medicine Residency Program, St. Joseph Mercy Livingston Hospital, Friend of Court Employees, Frontal Lobe CoWorking, Lou G., Janet Gardella, Hamburg Twp. Senior Center, Hartland Lions Club, Holy Spirit Catholic School, K of C #12295, K of C #2050 4th Degree Assembly, Gerard & Emma Kabzinski Family, Kellogg Dental, Kensington Woods School, Bette Klann, Gary Kozyra, Rob & Deb Kwapisz, Chris Larson, LCCC Employees, Richard Lim Photography, Livingston Civitan Club, Livingston Sunrise Rotary, Ruta McCormek, Marion Township Hall, Medilodge of Howell, Navigator Middle School, Parker Middle School, Pathfinder Middle School, Jim and Charlotte Ratke, Pat Reimer, St. Agnes Parishioners, 5&6 Gr. Religious Ed & Christian Service, St. Augustine Parishioners, St. Joseph School & Quilters, St. John the Baptist Parishioners & Christian Service Commission, St. Mary Catholic School & Parishioners, St. Mary Magdalen Parishioners, St. Patrick School Families, St. Patrick Christian Service & Parishioners, Rick Smithers, Ron & Wanda, Snyder, Courtney & Fabrizio Tarara, Universal Container Corp, Gerard Waldecker, Dennis & Chris Wysocki, Remy Montalbo-Young. All boxes were packed by staff and volunteers from Livingston County Catholic Charities and many community volunteers.
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