Looking to give back to your mountain community this holiday season? Grand County has a couple different options for giving to those less fortunate. My favorite is the Angel Tree at Copper Creek Square in Winter Park. Each ornament on the tree includes the age and gender of a child in the community listing their needs and wants for Christmas. The names of the recipients are gathered from social services, Advocates, Horizons, and low income housing programs throughout the community. You can help these Grand County kids and teens by taking an ornament and provide them with something off their list.
Names will be on the tree by Wednesday November 22nd. Just in time for Thanksgiving and Black Friday sales. Gifts need to returned to Cooper Creek Square no later than December 16th. Last year, a whooping 300 children and 115 families benefited from the kindness of people like you. Cash donations are also accepted. If you have any questions, please reach out to Stephanie Carey at 970-726-8891 ext. 33.
Have a warm and wonderful Thanksgiving!
Author:Carrie Flynn Phone: 970-281-9731 Dated: November 19th 2017 Views: 358 About Carrie: Grand County stole my heart when I first moved here in 1996. After a few years, I decided to finish ...
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