Employees were able to donate new toys for children ages infant to 18 years of age to the Chisholm Ministry Center. The gifts were placed in their Toy Store which is designed to help low income families who cannot afford to pay retail prices for these items. The gifts were marked down to a reduced rate, the lowest being 50 cents and highest being $3.00. The Toy Store ministry was established to help place dignity and respect back into the home by affording the parents the opportunity to provide a Christmas for their children. Please keep in mind that because there is a price tag does not mean people who cannot afford to pay are turned away. Those who cannot afford to pay are allowed to shop for their children at no cost. Also, any money made on the gifts sold at the Toy Store goes back to the Ministry to provide financial assistance, purchase food, clothing, and other items for the needy. Sherry McHenry headed up this charity for the firm.
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