IDology Adopts a Family in Need this Holiday Season

It started with a wish to give a local family in need a memorable holiday this season and ended with smiling faces and a whole lot of joy in our hearts…

There are many families struggling to meet the day to day financial demands of life. During the holiday season, these families are forced to question how they might provide a gift or two for their children. This is such a struggle for them because, as we all know, every child should be able to experience the joy of opening a gift on Christmas morning!

This year, like previous years, IDology set out to help a family in need celebrate the holiday season. To accomplish this, IDology chose to adopt a local family. The adoptive family consists of a single mom and her children, ages 5, 7, 14 and 15 that live just outside of Atlanta. Without help, there was little hope for an enjoyable Christmas for the children this year.

IDology employees were able to select a child and purchase a gift for them based on what they were asking for, including basic necessities such as clothing and shoes. So, on the day before Christmas Eve, several IDology employees traveled to the adoptive family’s home to deliver the gifts, as well as an entire load of groceries, to the family. Below are a few photos of this amazing and eye opening experience:

Getting ready to leave the office!

A car full of gifts and groceries.

Delivering the gifts.

The tree and presents ready to be opened by the children!

We are incredibly honored to have been able to work together to help this deserving family this year. The mom couldn’t have been more thankful for the smiles on her children’s little faces. They will now be able to enjoy a memorable Christmas with plenty of food and gifts to go around!

Contact us for more information on how you or your organization can become involved with the charitable causes that IDology supports.

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