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With one big party and a lot of gifts, this nonprofit brightens Christmas for hundreds in foster care
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Josh Welch, a local child welfare attorney, greets children in foster care while dressed up as an elf for the Hall is Home for the Holidays Christmas celebration on Dec. 15, 2019. Photo courtesy Ari Mathe.
Hall is Home decided that no wish was too big for local children in foster care this holiday season. This year’s effort involved not just delivering personalized gifts to the kids, but also bringing Christmas cheer with a holiday celebration. Ari Mathe, child welfare attorney, said Hall is Home is an initiative that sparked from the need for more local foster homes in Hall.