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A Big Thank You from Nearly 600 Children Served by KVC West Virginia

(Above: Chapter 659 of The Southern Cruisers Riding Club stand with their donated gifts in the KVC Logan office)

The holiday season has come to a close, and it is time to again thank the families, community partners, and organizations that helped to make the holiday season a great one for children in foster care. During KVC West Virginia’s 14th Annual Resource Foster Parent Conference, nearly 400 children and families enjoyed activities, food and fellowship. This would not have been possible without those who so generously contributed gifts, time, and money to make our conference such a success.

Thank You to:

Appalachian Power Company  |  Charity Ashworth  |  Kim Atkinson  |  Bikers Against Child Abuse  |  Marsha and Roscoe Blackburn  |  Natalie Booth  |  Debby and Lonnie Bowen | Braxton County Schools | BrickStreet Foundation | Marian Cassity | Sue Carter/ Jackson County Senior Center | Claypool United Methodist Church

The Dream Tree at the Greenbrier Resort | Lisa Eaton | First Advent Christian Church | Heather Garnes|

Gold Wing Road Riders Association | Susan Greathouse | Sarah Hinzman | Melissa and Joseph Hunt | Jackson General Hospital | Jackson General Radiology Department | Logan Med Express | Man High School Beta Club | Mary McClung | Tonya McLemore | Methodist Women’s Group of Williamson | Amy Querrey | Tim and Jane Ragland

Robert Noone Legal Services | Sacred Heart Catholic Church of Williamson | Kathy Salvucci | Sandy Settlers 4-H Club | Southern Cruisers Riding Club, Chapter 659 (in memory of Tommy Hines) | Amber Spaulding | Stevens & Stevens | Joel and Terrie Thompson | United Bank of Ripley | Frankie and Bruce Vickers | Wayne Dollar General | Wayne Walmart | Leah Williams | Kim Woodruff | Logan Wriston | Sandra Wriston | Tina Zickafoose

Thanks to your help and contributions for this conference and through our Holiday Heroes program, KVC was able to purchase gifts for 573 children! We are proud to provide presents for the children and families we serve and to brighten their holiday season. We look forward to forging new friendships and partnerships in the coming months.  Learn more about donating to KVC West Virginia here.