On Thursday December 20th, staff from Cypress Creek Fire Department delivered a load of toys that had been donated by our residents for The Salvation Army to brighten the holidays of Harris County children.
This year, The Salvation Army is experiencing a shortage of toys, and every little bit helps. Asst. Chief Blackman and the crew were happy to make the trip to help support area children for the holidays. If you have any toys you would like to donate you can reach out to The Salvation Army’s Captain Jay Ward at 832-499-3211 to find out where they have the most need.
There are many charitable organizations to help families and their children who are struggling at Christmas and through the year. The Salvation Army endeavors to bring spiritual light and love to those it serves at Christmas so the real meaning of the season is not forgotten. With the assistance of HCESD 13 and Cypress Creek Fire Department, those goals were realized today.
Thank you to all our residents for your generosity and stay safe out there.