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Community serves 85 Kirkland families with holiday gifts

With help from several community partners, KITH served 85 families with holiday gifts this year.  - Contributed
With help from several community partners, KITH served 85 families with holiday gifts this year.
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KITH is grateful for the outpouring of community support for its 2010 Holiday Adopt-a-Family program. With its community partners, KITH served 85 families with holiday gifts this year.

St. Louise Parish’s Indian Community, led by Lynn Creado and Sanjay Fernandes, honored KITH by caroling during the time that families were picking up gifts for the holidays.

Among the list of neighbors supporting this program:

Kirkland Preschool

Carol Goldberg

Lake Washington Christian Church

Bellevue Breakfast Rotary Club

Kirkland Church of Jesus Christ

St. John’s Episcopal Church

East West Book Club - Ann Priebe

Kirkland Kiwanis

Kiwanis Sunriser of Kirkland

Lake Washington United Methodist Church

India Arnold

Eastlake Church

Bucky Beaver Preschool

Kim Henwood

The Seattle Seahawks

Keller Williams

Journey church

Jennifer Prinos

Trinity Lutheran Church

Mars Hill

Kirkland Congregational

Weidner Property Group - Jolene Stallman

Rotary Club of Kirkland Downtown

Holy Spirit Lutheran

Evergreen Hospital 4 west

Evergreen Cardiac Wellness Center

Bobbi Hill

Compassionate Friends

Merrill Gardens

Kirkland Downtown Association

Kirkland Interfaith Network KIN Fair

St. Louise Catholic Church, Bellevue

Ford of Kirkland

Bellevue Fairfield Inn by Marriott

For over 20 years, KITH has provided transitional and longer-term housing, case management and practical support for families with children in East King County, helping them transition from homelessness to self-sufficiency. For information, visit www.kithcares.org

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