Families Need Christmas Help Requests 2015

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Families Need Christmas Help Requests 2015

families in need request helpFamilies need Christmas help requests 2015:  submit your requests with as many details as you can (needs, sizes, etc.). The requests for Christmas help should be reasonable and not expensive. Christmas help requests for ipads, cell phones, computers, cars, living room furniture, new bikes, leather jackets and travel expenses are not reasonable. Requests for socks, jeans, shirts, sweaters, books, dolls, games, and not expensive toys are some examples of reasonable needs and wants.

Please go to Families Need Christmas Help 2016 for this year’s requests.

Submit Your Families Need Christmas Help Requests

Submit your request for Christmas help in the comment box below. I will copy and paste it to another post focused on the requests. If I receive someone interested in helping you with your Christmas request for help, I will send you an email. After you reply to confirm your email address, I will send your email address, with permission, to your potential “angel”. At that point, the arrangement for help is between the two of you. I will no longer be involved.

Please note:  I am not a charity or in a position to personally help families in need. I cannot guarantee that you will receive an offer of help from others.

Families need of Christmas help should provide:

Name
Town, State
Email
Children’s ages, needs, sizes and preferences

It is very difficult for “angels” to decide if they want to help without knowing what your children need and want for Christmas. The simpler, less costly, the better.

I wish you all an Angel this Christmas,
Nana

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2014 Christmas Help Family Requests – Please Help Us

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help families in need christmasThe opportunity for 2014 Christmas Help Family Requests to be granted by “Angels” decreases with each passing day. Soon it will be too late for the families in need to have their 2014 Christmas help wishes fulfilled. Unless an “Angel” reaches out, only a true Christmas Miracle will be their only hope. If you can be a family’s Christmas Angel, please don’t hesitate…time is running out!

Please go to Families Need Christmas Help 2016 for this year’s requests.

2014 CHRISTMAS HELP FAMILY REQUESTS

The following families are some of the many nationwide this holiday season hoping, wishing, and praying for their Christmas Miracle.

Can you help?

Will you be their Angel?

Please take time to consider.

Read over the 2014 Christmas Help Family Requests submitted by desperate parents, grandparents, relatives, and friends of those in need of help.  If you are interested, let me know ASAP and I will connect you so you both can decide if this is a good match. The rest is up to you both….

The 2014 Christmas Help Family Requests are shown as written by the sender and in the order received (October, 2014 – Present). Last names, phone numbers, and street addresses have been omitted for publication but have been retained in the originals.

Family #1 Christmas Help Request – Elin, Lancaster CA

Hi, I have 2 little girls. Casey will be 5 a few days after Christmas and Cheyenne will be 2 on Christmas day. I have always struggled to give them a good birthday and a good Christmas, but with the help of a wonderful church we always had a great time. However, this year due to a divorce, my girls and I have had to move back home with my family, and away from our wonderful support system. I don’t know how I will make this year work.

Casey who is going to be 5 has Cystic Fibrosis. I really need to find things to keep her active, and healthy. Things I am looking for that I think would benefit her are toys for outdoor play such as a small toddler sized enclosed trampoline, a small slide, and indoor toys that have to do with food. She is a very poor eater and I want to encourage eating as much as possible (play food, or even a child’s cooking toy like an easy bake oven or no bake magic mixer would be great)Casey has also expressed to me her desire for a “robot girl” I imagine she wants some kind of doll, Barbie, etc… that talks =)

Cheyenne who will be 2 on Christmas day is not to picky. She loves anything and everything. She is a Christmas present herself =) She will play with anything her sister is playing with. a few things I think would capture her interest are toys that have buckles, buttons, and zippers on them. She would also enjoy anything Frozen. She loves that movie =)

I have done all I can to garage sale and consignment shop ahead of time but these kind of items are not easy to find. I know I cant give them everything. But I just want them to know that through all of the change that has gone on this year that things will be ok.

We live in Lancaster California which is near Los Angeles.

Elin E  10-10-2014

Family #2 Christmas Help Request – Yolanda, Vallejo CA

Hello my name is Yolanda and am a single mom looking for Christmas help am low income I stay in Vallejo Ca, that’s part of the San franisico bay area close to Napa ca, I have a son who is 7yrs old who is disable I can’t afford to get him anything this year for Christmas because of housing cost went up and I don’t work also disable but don’t receive any income only my son and after paying rent pg and e and phone we only have 50$ left food not included live off food from food banks and hameydown clothes I asking for help he love videogames but don’t have anything to play he like riding his cousin bike and games Acton figure anything would help he wear size 8 in boys our 10 he wear 3 1/2 in boys shoes he like sports clothes like LA Lakers and sf giants if anyone out there that can help us I would so ever be graceful in the name of Jesus blessed the person who read this and help us in Jesus name I pray thank you my son would be happy we been through a lot these past years god no the truth.

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Christmas 2014 Help Requests – Families in Need

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Christmas 2014 help, just as Christmas 2013…2012…and those before, is an ongoing concern again for many families in need.

As the weather turns cooler, the leaves drop to earth’s floor, and night’s dark shade falls heavy on the days, anxiety grows for parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, and guardians with limited income. They stress over how they will be able to provide a merry Christmas their children deserve.

I know because I have a daughter who has been unemployed since April, 2013…and another daughter whose car decided to quit on her as she was driving down the highway on her way home after a long double shift.

Please go to Families Need Christmas Help 2016 for this year’s requests.

CHRISTMAS 2014 Help

One source in searching for help is the Internet. Perhaps that is how you found NanaFinds.com. Families have begun to contact me with requests for Christmas 2014 help.  Although I am personally unable to provide help, I will post requests for Christmas 2014 assistance in hope that families may find their own ”Christmas Angel.”  In the past, some families have been fortunate in finding their Christmas Angel. But, out of the many, many requests, they represent only a very small percentage.

If you wish to request Christmas 2014 help, leave your information in the comment box below. Your comment will remain private and not show up until I approve it. This is to prevent spammers from overloading my blog. I will contact you via email before I post your request on the appropriate blog page.

Christmas 2014 Help Request

When you write your request with your email, please include your state, county, and nearest large town or city (you do not have to give your town unless you wish to),  number of children, whether boy or girl, their ages, and what they are in need of or their Christmas wishes. Expensive items are not usually granted, so please keep this in mind. Also, would you accept used items or clothes that are in good condition? Christmas Angels may be more receptive to your request if they can recycle items to you that they may have or find at garage sales, flea markets, or consignment shops. Also, keep in mind the ease and cost of delivery.
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