Canada Credit Care will be Adopting Families

Every family, even the less fortunate, should not be left out for this joyous holiday season. By donating and adopting, we intend to bring hope and encouragement to those who are struggling.  That’s why this month — and going forward — we will be adopting a family to donate goodies to lift up their spirits.

We are pleased to announce our Newest Adopted Family – Christmas 2015

This year we have selected a wonderful local family right here in Calgary, Alberta.  We chose our adopted family based on the fact the Mom of three children is struggling and yet doing such an amazing job with very little.  It is our understanding that fridges and freezers are close to bare and each month is a task to get by.  Our corporate policy “No one gets left behind” was taken into play when we decided to help out this family.  Our entire office staff is very excited to play Secret Santa and surprise these kids with gifts and mom a fridge full of groceries!  Heck…..  even the fluffy pets will get some Holiday cheer and bones from us!

Every month we will be looking for a local family to adopt. Please stay tune for more pics of the goods we will be providing for these families.

From our Family to yours, Have a safe and healthy Holiday!

The Canada Credit Gang!

Should you know a family in need, please contact us and share the story!  Maybe we can help.

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Comments (2)

  • Sheldon Wolf Reply

    I have always been a big fan of helping and realize how much positive Karma can be produced by giving and providing miracles to families in need. Here is my biggest secret…… I love doing this! We pick families that we feel need it the most and I always imagine the looks on the children’s faces and how excited they will be. As a father I watched my own kids grow up with so many things and advantages; it is hard for me to think that there are so many people out there with less; however I know it is the sad truth. I really hope that our Credit Slab Cares program can make things better one family at a time!

    December 10, 2015 at 8:42 pm
  • Julia Reply

    Fostering provides children who cannot live with their own families with a temporary family home. Some foster carers focus on providing short-term respite cover, and others may have a child placed with them for several years. When a child leaves a foster carer’s home they might return to their birth family or be adopted, or if they’re old enough, they may go on to live independently.

    February 22, 2016 at 2:50 am

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