Taniqua Thompson has a family of three sons, along with her wonderful mother Glenda Thompson. She is suffering from breast cancer. Her condition prevents her from working at this time, so her 3, 8, and 17 year old sons were looking at a Christmas that didn't show much Holiday cheer.
Someone cared deeply enough about this family to reach out to us for assistance and we went to work. We held a Christmas drive on (Saturday) December 19, 2020 to support this young family and Columbus, you responded in DROVES. We were overwhelmed by the outpouring of love, gifts, and money that was raised to insure that this family would not endure famine, but rather feast, not wake up to emptiness, but rather abundance. As they came down the steps on a day that was full of external coldness, all they could feel was the internal warmth of compassion, happiness, fulfillment and content. Even in the midst of a global pandemic, corporate downsizings, political upheaval and an environment full of economic uncertainty, Columbus you showed the Thompson family that she and her family were not alone and we THANK YOU.
A BELL IS NOT A BELL UNTIL IT HAS BEEN RUNG, A SONG IS NOT A SONG UNTIL IT HAS BEEN SUNG AND LOVE IS NOT LOVE UNTIL IT HAS BEEN GIVEN AWAY
Thank you everybody that was part of this most special Christmas for the Thompson's. They thank you so much for showing them that by your actions love helps and heals