by Terri Rogers,

On December 18 the Loveland Initiative held its 18th Annual Christmas Toy Store program. One again the community has come together in a big way. The program was a huge success. This would not have happened if not for all of you, our wonderful and generous supporters. This program served well over 200 children.

We express our deepest thanks for your generous contributions. Over the years, you’ve demonstrated your deep commitment to our mission; which is to provide educational support and assistance to under-served children and their families.

The proceeds of the Christmas Toy Store goes directly to providing educational opportunities through the Tracey Johnson Scholarship program. Your support has repeatedly played a key role in our success by assisting a student to further his or her education. We are continually inspired by the dedication and generosity of donors like yourself who answer the call to give again and again.

A huge thank you to the Loveland Moose Lodge for hosting us for the third year in a row. A huge thank you to our volunteers; your hard work is so very much appreciated. A very huge thank you to all of our donors for helping us make Loveland children’s Christmas a little brighter. None of this is possible without each and every one of you, so once again thank you and wish you a Happy New Year. We look forward to a continuing partnership with you.

Sincerely,

Terri Rogers – Executive Director

 

The Loveland Initiative is a 501 (c)3 public charity, has served the Loveland community since 1996,  with a mission to provide educational support and assistance to under-served children and their families. We provide support to families living within the Loveland City School District.

If you would like more information about The Loveland Initiative, its programs, or this topic, please contact Ms. Terri Rogers at 513-677-1057 or trogers7@fuse.net

 

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