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Far too many kids write letters to Santa that go unanswered. But The Doctors and Kimberly Moore, who created the Adopt-A-Letter program, team up to work on behalf of Santa to fulfill holidays for kids who need it the most.
OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry and Kimberly (with a car packed with presents) surprise well-deserving families in need with some holiday cheer. The first family we visit currently lives in a temporary shelter and a girl named Miracle wrote to Santa sharing she suffers from sickle cell anemia. She says her dream is to have a festive Christmas filled with presents and a tree for her family.
Dr. Nita and Kimberly also visited two brothers with autism, whose holiday wish was to see their mother, who is ailing, smile again. In addition to presents, we surprise the family with gift cards to Hello Bello and Smart & Final.
The gift-giving holiday tour continues, as we visited 8-year-old Bella, who is currently experiencing homelessness with her family. She told us her holiday wish was to have a Christmas just like other kids. We surprise Bella and her family with a year's worth of gifts from Toy Box Monthly, which ships a box full of new toys each month. Also, we surprise them with new matresses from Zinus.
In the video below, see more holiday wishes being granted by Kimberly and Dr. Nita, including a visit to baseball lover Harrison, who shares he struggles with reading and writing due to a learning disability. He says his biggest holiday wish is to see his family smile. Harrison, and his sisters Ryan and Sydney, and mom Krandalyn join The Doctors in the studio, where we surprise them with toys, gifts, Christmas tree from King of Christmas, and a surprise from the Cal State Dominguez Hills baseball team.
Find out how you can take part in the Adopt-A-Letter program and help a child in need.