By: Jillian Wilson
A QC organization needs your help bringing Christmas cheer to area seniors.
Time is running out for the 'Be a Santa to a Senior Program'.
CASI says more than 600 tags were taken from trees, but the number of presents brought back is falling far short.
They're asking anyone who has a tag to please purchase the gift, and return it along with the tag.
"Often times this is the only gifts they get at this particular time of the year because they are isolated. They're low income and their families don't have a lot of resources and so this is really the only opportunity they may have to get a gift at this time of the year," says Steve Habenicht, Franchise Owner, Home Instead Senior Care.
If you want to help, but don't have a tag, you still can, just drop off your present to Walgreens at Kimberly or Eastern.