‘Santa’s Kids’ Needs Help This Season

Contributor: Ellen Bryan
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Updated: 12/16/2013 12:15 am

Some children are in need this holiday season – and so is an organization that’s hoping to bring them a Merry Christmas.

‘Santa’s Kids’ picks up the names of children who were dropped off lists from other organizations who sponsor children at the holidays.

Sunday they went shopping for many of those kids at Wal-Mart in Hamburg.

As of now, ‘Santa’s Kids’ said they have 348 children on their list.

Organizers said if someone would like to help sponsor those children they will take any toys or monetary donations.

If you would like to know more about how to help ‘Santa’s Kids,’ you can call 859-388-4265.

They said they will deliver the presents on Christmas Eve.

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