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MANSFIELD — Children’s Cupboard Outreach in partnership with Kingdom Grace Fellowship Church Overseer Pastor Renea Collins, Universal Enterprises, Shenandoah Ministries, City of Mansfield Police/Fire Departments, Richland County Children Services (RCCS), We ACT, Faith Temple Church of God in Christ, and Restored Visions will host the Annual Christmas Giveaway.

The annual Christmas Giveaway drive-thru toy and food giveaway will take place on Wednesday, Dec. 22 from 4 to 6 p.m. at 30 N. Diamond St. in Mansfield.

“I want to thank all the community partners for their continued support. Universal Enterprises has been a blessing to Children’s Cupboard for several years helping us make a difference in the community,” said Children’s Cupboard Outreach Founder Pam Jones.

During the giveaway, members of the Mansfield Police and Fire Departments will be dressed up as elves, joining Santa Claus and members from area community groups to help give out bags of groceries and new toys to 50 families and 124 children referred through 211. 

“Richland County Children Services is excited to be working with Children’s Cupboard Outreach Founder Pam Jones, Overseer Renea Collins, Mansfield Police Chief Keith Porch, Mansfield Fire Chief Steve Strickling and other community partners on the annual Christmas Giveaway Project," said RCCS Community Engagement Specialist Brigitte Coles.

"This is just one more example of community partners coming together building relationships and meeting the needs in our community."

For more information contact Brigitte Coles, 419-774-4168 or brigitte.coles@jfs.ohio.gov.

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