You helped us make this a very special holiday season for deserving Alaskan families.
At Kendall Auto Group, we are committed to making the communities we work, live and raise our families in safer, healthier, and more giving. This year we wanted to make this a very special holiday for a number of Alaskan families. That’s why we partnered with the Salvation Army in presenting Kendall’s 12 Days of Caring. In order to accomplish our goal of helping Alaskan families this season, we asked for your help. We needed deserving Alaskan families who are feeling an economical pinch to apply for the program, or you could nominate a deserving Alaskan family, so they could experience a truly great holiday season. And you came through; here is a list of the people we are giving back to this holiday season:
- The first family is a mom with two adult daughters and 2 grandchildren ages 17 and 9 living with her. One of her daughters suffered a head trauma. They are in need of winter gear for the family .
- Small family that a grandchild age 13 was placed with them. Their winter gear was stolen. They are going to get winter gear and some furniture
- Military Family with 2 boys and a newborn getting them winter gear for the family and their first winter in Alaska.
- Lower Income family with 2 boys and a teenage girl getting assistance with utilities and car insurance
- Mom who is working her way through school 2 young girls and a teenage son is getting insurance assistance
- Family on Disability with 2 daughters is getting car brakes and alignment
- Single mom with a newborn is getting car battery, wind shield wipers, and a fixed broken car door
- Lower income family with 2 sons is getting assistance with gifts and car maintenance
- Single Mom with 2 sons is getting a car alignment and assorted gifts for children
- Single mom who recently got into an accident. The accident led to the doctors discovering that she had cancer. She received a baby crib for her 5 month old son.
- Somali immigrant single father received Christmas gifts and food for his 3 teenage children.
- Grandma raising a 6 year old grandson on Social Security will be blessed with cleaned carpets and toys this Christmas.