The holiday season can be a difficult and challenging time of year for anyone, especially those who are in need. The stress of the season mixed with financial worries and concerns can simply be too much for many people to handle. Pueblo Cooperative Care Center recognize this fact and does its best to offer hope, joy and love where it is needed most. Santa Claus (Truman Pooler) visited Pueblo Cooperative Care Center and over 400 children had the opportunity to visit with him, sit on his lap and tell him what they wanted for Christmas. Santa was just overjoyed to see so many of Pueblo County’s children that he said “Ho-Ho-Ho” all the day long. Pueblo Cooperative Care Center was able to provide at least three Christmas presents to every child in addition to filled Christmas stockings, candy and many other holiday surprises. It was a wonderful time for Pueblo County to experience and we appreciate everyone who made this event happen!
Pueblo Cooperative Care Center wishes to thank the members of First Presbyterian Church, the United States Marine Corps Reserve “Toys for Tots” program, Arkansas Valley Correctional Facility, Pueblo Area Chapter of Credit Unions, Pueblo Chieftain, Trinity Lutheran School, United Way of Pueblo County and countless other contributors who helped make this year’s event such a tremendous success. We believe that God will enrich you for the gifts and support that you provided.
See the Pueblo Chieftain story at: https://www.chieftain.com/news/20181221/pueblo-cooperative-care-center-lightens-load-for-children-families