(Victorville) -– Santa Clothes is coming to town! It is that time of year to decorate the Christmas tree, light the Menorah, bake your favorite holiday dishes, and to give the gift of hope to children all across our community!
Lee & Associates Inland Empire North, Inc. has partnered with the Rotary Clubs of the High Desert, to recognize Rotary’s Santa Clothes Program.
Every year children in our community go without warm clothes or have never had new clothes or a new pair of shoes. Wearing clothes that have been handed down, given to from a shelter service or just too small effects children of all different backgrounds but have one common factor – they live in our community and need support.
Rotary ‘s Santa Clothes Program is coming to town to aid underprivileged children in our community. Children identified by local schools will have the opportunity to shop local with local Rotarians and other volunteers for new clothing and shoes. This is the child’s opportunity to own a needed warm jacket for the winter, or a new pair of shoes without holes in them.
Lee & Associates Inland Empire North, Inc. has partnered with Rotary Clubs of the High Desert , Victor Valley Sunrise Rotary and the Apple Valley Rotary Club to help the future leaders of our community. Promoting the Rotary’s Santa Clothes Program in the Children’s Christmas Parade held on Saturday, December 4, Lee & Associates Inland Empire North, Inc. and Rotary Clubs of the High Desert were escorted on a float donated by Hi Desert Transfer and Storage.
Children were smiling, waving and saying thank you as the Lee & Associates Inland Empire North, Inc. and Rotary Clubs of the High Desert traveled down the parade route.
Donald P. Brown, Past President of the Victor Valley Sunrise Rotary Club and Lee & Associates Inland Empire North, Inc.’s President/Broker, has donated for the past several years to the Rotary Clubs Santa Clothes Program. Mr. Brown believes in giving to the future leaders of our community and when he sees the smiles on the children’s face when they can walk outside with a warm jacket after shopping with them, he is proud and thankful to be able to support our children in our community.
The float is not a project of Rotary International (RI) and RI does not contribute financially to the float.