Help make the holidays happier for local families in need.

ABC Women's Council's holiday project provides holiday gifts and support to families in need

who have been identified through Child Guidance Center. Click on one of the gifts below

to shop our Amazon wish lists and help us make the holidays brighter for a local family.

Please note: when you checkout at Amazon.com, choose the first address on the list for shipping.

The first or top address listed should be the one associated with the list you're shopping. Thank you!

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Cheyenne is a 6-year-old girl who lives with her mom and stepfather. Mom has chronic health issues that affects her daily life, but she still tries to do what is best for Cheyenne. Stepfather is very supportive and has a great relationship with Cheyenne. Mom hurt her foot then had a car accident which prevented her from working, causing financial strain for the family. Cheyenne is a special needs child who has sensory issues.

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Jacarie is a 15-year-old boy living with his 85-year-old great grandmother following the death of his mother last year. He is very close and protective of his grandmother following the death of his mom. His grandmother cannot work and is presently waiting on benefits to start to help maintain the household. Jacarie attends his therapeutic services consistently and has been doing better in school.

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Markel is a 12-year-old boy being raised by his single mom. Mom was diagnosed with breast cancer at the beginning of the year and has not been able to work consistently. Just last month there was an electrical fire in their apartment so they are living between relatives on a day-by-day basis.

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Ezekiel and his two brothers currently live with their paternal grandparents due to the inability of their parents to raise them. (Dad has mental health issues and Mom has a history of neglecting the boys.) Grandmother is also caring for her mother who has Parkinsons. Ezekiel is six, and he has two brothers who are four and ten.