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Tuesday, December 18, 2012

First Family Services Toy Drive 2012

 A toy drive could not be possible without the support of good parents that know how giving affects children. When you allow a child an opportunity to think of someone else, it builds his/her character.
I love this project, but I especially love the way children are excited to put what
 they brought under the tree.

I am always amazed, but never surprised at how many toys are piled under the main building hallway. It is a collective effort of students and staff that makes it a success.
A particularly touching moment for me as principal was when a little child asked if he could put this toy (above) under the tree for someone. It was clearly his own, but yet he wanted to give it to someone who had no toys. The kindness displayed by the little boy and children throughout the school will help make Christmas merry for many families. THANKS for the part you played in this project!

1 comment :

Neoillion said...

It's such a great thing to be involved with. I love the fact that you promote it in such a way that the children really get excited about participating. Thank you for having such a kind and generous spirit. It is more blessed to give! Merry Christmas.