WME’s Nashville Office has once again partnered with local non-profit Safe Haven Family Shelter this season to assist in providing families in need with a special holiday.
During November and December, Safe Haven works with over 150 families who are unable to provide gifts for their loved ones due to various circumstances. Each year they gather a wish list of items from each family.
“The holidays should be a special time for every family, no matter your circumstance,” shares WME agent Carrie Murphy, who spearheaded the agency’s holiday outreach effort. “When I shared I was looking to sponsor a few families, I was amazed at how many people wanted to help. I’m truly overwhelmed at the response of our WME family and friends wanting to ensure these parents will have something special to put under their tree for their kids.”
Over 20 families were sponsored through WME’s efforts with over 100 gifts purchased, ranging from bicycles and toys to clothes and daily essentials.WME client Lily Rose also sponsored a family.
“I’m a big believer in giving back to the community year-round, but there is something special about specifically getting kids gifts from Santa,” Rose notes. “I was so blessed to grow up in a household where my parents worked so hard and were able give us a dream Christmas year in and year out. Daira and I are so grateful to have the opportunity to give back and love this new tradition we’ve started. We cannot wait to get more people to hop on the Safe Haven train next year!”
Safe Haven Family Shelter is still accepting monetary donations, which can be made through visiting safehaven.org.
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