As Christmas approaches, it’s important to remember all that we are thankful for and help others in need during the holidays. For this reason, Cleveland personal injury attorney Tim Misny made the decision to become a sponsor for Project Angel Tree.
“We have to remember that everyone needs a helping hand once in a while, especially during the holidays. Project Angel Tree does that for these families,” Tim emphasizes.
Project Angel Tree, a program run through Prison Fellowship, helps families of incarcerated parents by giving their children Christmas gifts, support, and hope. The program has been around for 40 years and covers areas all over the United States, but offers its support to children and families in various situations.
Jon Loufman, 19 Action News meteorologist and WHKW-AM the Word host, is spearheading this effort by partnering with Project Angel Tree and Prison Fellowship to help out his fellow Cleveland families. As an advocate of the program, Jon has one goal in mind: offer a helping hand to those in need this Christmas!
WHKW-AM 1220 is looking for sponsors of Project Angel Tree on the WHKW-AM The Word website. If you are interested in donating, please visit their site or click on the banner below!
To learn more about Prison Fellowship and Project Angel Tree, you can also visit their website at www.prisonfellowship.org.