LETTER: A more magical Christmas

Staff Writer
The Destin Log

More than 2,000 abused, neglected and at-risk children served by Children’s Home Society of Florida in Walton, Okaloosa, Santa Rosa and Escambia counties had a more magical Christmas thanks to many generous local elves.

CHS extends deep gratitude to the many individual and family donors, our Board of Directors and these group sponsors: American Legion Auxiliary, Ascension Health Ministry, G.R. Aycock, Beulah Free Will Baptist Church, Breeze Cinema 8, Brown Helicopter, Buffalo Rock Pepsi, Clear Channel, Coca-Cola, Dlux Printing, Emerald Coast Women's Club, Federal Prison Camp, Firehouse Subs, Florida Department of Environmental Protection, For the Love of Jake, GBSI, Gulf Breeze United Methodist Advent Angels Ministry, Hatch Mott MacDonald, Helping Hearts (Anastazia & Ezekiel), Hope Counseling Services, Island House Hotel, James Fulton Nobles Interiors, Justine Simoni, Medical Center Clinic, McMahon-Hadder Insurance, Navy Information Operations Command, Pensacola Quilter’s Guild, Picard-Dannheisser Family Foundation, Progressive Insurance, Quinn Insurance, Ridge Cinema 8, Marilyn Ricks Family, Judith V. Rosenmarkle, Switzer Family, The Club at Hidden Creek, Lee Tracy, Traff Transit, State Farm, United Rentals, USPS, University Hills Health and Rehabilitation, Wal-Mart, Waterboyz, West Pensacola Optimist Club, White Sands Jeep Club, Willowood Neighborhood Association and YMCA of Northwest Florida. Our community’s support and love for children is overwhelming. Thanks can never be enough.

Gay Deese Children’s Home Society of Florida Pensacola