First State Community Action Agency ‘blessed’ as funding recipient

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Two of Santa’s First State Community Action Agency elves – Kaneisha Trott and Sandi Hagans with the many gifts.

GEORGETOWN – First State Community Action Agency among the fortunate recipients of funding through the WBOC-TV Bless Our Children campaign to help families in need during the holidays.

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Christine Williamson with her grandsons Traedon Nock, left, and Daron Benson from Georgetown.

The agency identified 21 Kent and Sussex county families many of whom encountered hardship, tragedy, or loss.

Within these families, 56 children, woke up to a bright Christmas with new toys, warm clothing, and gifts under the tree.

“First State Community Action Agency is proud to partner with WBOC Bless Our Children campaign to provide to assist Delaware families this holiday season. First State Community Action Agency is just one of many organizations who receive bless our children funds to help families during the holidays,” said First State Community Action Agency spokeswoman Kaneisha Trott. “Special thanks go out to the Draper Holdings Charitable Foundation, Inc. and every donor who has contributed to the Bless Our Children campaign.

“Because of their efforts, more children will be able to experience a wonderful and Merry Christmas,” Ms. Trott said.

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The Arreaga Family from Georgetown, Paty with her daughters Vanessa, Elisa, and son Elmer Arreaga.


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