• Father Lance W. Harlow

The Children were nestled all snug in their beds

But what if the children don't have a bed? Or a house? What if they are spending another Christmas homeless in Vermont? I was thinking a lot about this on Christmas Eve this year. In Vermont in 2018, there were 292 homeless children under the age of 18.( https://vtdigger.org/2018/06/01/vermonts-annual-count-homelessness-shows-mixed-results/) What must Christmas be like for them? Maybe you don't think about such things in your family on Christmas Eve, but I do. Then again, maybe you do, but don't know what to do about it. Well, let me give you an answer: Kurn Hattin Homes for Children.

The boys and girls at Kurn Hattin come from families who suffer from a variety of socio-economic crises. Homelessness is one of them. But you can provide a child a bed to sleep in for Christmas (and year-round) by your donation to Kurn Hattin! In 2018, 5 out of 85 children at Kurn Hattin had been homeless until they came to us. Now they have a bed, food, education, visits with family, stability and security. That is truly a Christmas blessing! Nobody wants to see a homeless family with children wandering around every day not knowing where they are going to sleep or what they are going to eat!

So, please help us keep homeless children off the cold, snow-laden Vermont streets--at Christmas--and every day. Please make a donation to Kurn Hattin Homes for Children for the sake of those children who are homeless tonight dreaming of a warm bed and food for Christmas.



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