Shelter supports Operation Christmas Child


Submitted photo In the season of giving, the Highland County Homeless Shelter clients have selected Operation Christmas Child for a third year in a row as part of the shelter’s way of giving back to those in need. Operation Christmas Child allows clients the opportunity to give back during the holiday season. The project continues to be a success as the shelter filled 50 shoeboxes to capacity. The filled boxes were dropped off at the First United Methodist Church to be distributed among children less fortunate. No funding from the shelter is used for this project. It is made possible through the donations of Amatha Farrens, State Farm Insurance; TouchPoint Pentecostals (Sonja Worley) and shelter staff.


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In the season of giving, the Highland County Homeless Shelter clients have selected Operation Christmas Child for a third year in a row as part of the shelter’s way of giving back to those in need. Operation Christmas Child allows clients the opportunity to give back during the holiday season. The project continues to be a success as the shelter filled 50 shoeboxes to capacity. The filled boxes were dropped off at the First United Methodist Church to be distributed among children less fortunate. No funding from the shelter is used for this project. It is made possible through the donations of Amatha Farrens, State Farm Insurance; TouchPoint Pentecostals (Sonja Worley) and shelter staff.

Submitted photo In the season of giving, the Highland County Homeless Shelter clients have selected Operation Christmas Child for a third year in a row as part of the shelter’s way of giving back to those in need. Operation Christmas Child allows clients the opportunity to give back during the holiday season. The project continues to be a success as the shelter filled 50 shoeboxes to capacity. The filled boxes were dropped off at the First United Methodist Church to be distributed among children less fortunate. No funding from the shelter is used for this project. It is made possible through the donations of Amatha Farrens, State Farm Insurance; TouchPoint Pentecostals (Sonja Worley) and shelter staff.
http://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2017/11/web1_Homeless-pic.jpgSubmitted photo In the season of giving, the Highland County Homeless Shelter clients have selected Operation Christmas Child for a third year in a row as part of the shelter’s way of giving back to those in need. Operation Christmas Child allows clients the opportunity to give back during the holiday season. The project continues to be a success as the shelter filled 50 shoeboxes to capacity. The filled boxes were dropped off at the First United Methodist Church to be distributed among children less fortunate. No funding from the shelter is used for this project. It is made possible through the donations of Amatha Farrens, State Farm Insurance; TouchPoint Pentecostals (Sonja Worley) and shelter staff.