WISH GRANTED for 2 beautiful babies who recently lost their mother to addiction. We’re helping to make their 1st Christmas without mommy a little more bearable.
I am writing this letter to you to wish for a Christmas for my nieces this year. Here is where their story begins on April 18th, 2019 my nieces Alannah (8) & Savannah Cook (4) lost their beloved mother to the battle of addiction. Their father is not around either. So essentially they don’t have either of their parents anymore. But with my parents picking up the financial part of the loss of their daughter, things have been hard and have been behind on everything lately. My parents are the ones to always put themselves last and everyone else including children and people that aren’t their kids before them. They are such a kind and caring family. I’m not just saying this because they are my parents but this is who they are. They are immensely struggling between trying to keep the bills in order to provide for my nieces as well now and have been since we have had to burry my sister/their daughter. Alannah and Savannah love and adore their mother to this day and still don’t know how or why God took their mother at only 28 years young. This will be their first Christmas and holiday season without their mother & I know they are so worried with being able to provide any gifts for them this year under the Christmas tree. If you guys would be so kinds just for one gift each they would be so thankful and appreciative and it would make their first Christmas without their Mommy so much less of a hard day for them. Thank you so much for taking the time to even read my letter to you and thank you for taking it into consideration at all.
Thank you Alannah & Savannah’s Aunt,
Maci, you are an awesome aunt. While we could never heal their hearts, we can help make Christmas a little easier on your parents by sending them a check for $500 to Christmas shop for the girls. God bless all of you during this difficult holiday season.