Holiday Wish with Culligan of Mid Missouri

The holiday season is often a time of joy and celebrations, but for some it’s one of the most difficult times of the year. We teamed up with Culligan of Mid Missouri, Love Columbia, and Common Ground in Jefferson City to help Mid-Missouri have a happier holiday season! If you or someone you know is struggling, tell us what’s going on and how we can help. Fill out the form below with as much detail as possible, and we will do our best to help. Your wish can be for you, someone else, an organization, or for that person that always gives to others but never does anything for themselves. We can’t grant every wish we receive, but we’ll help as many people as we can have a happy holiday season this year.

A special thanks to our sponsors helping make the wishes happen…

Comments:

5 comments

  1. My friend had a stroke on father’s day and has not been able to return to work. Needless to say the bills have piled up and he feels bad. I help with what I can do for him. Understanding that no man wants to rely on a woman to pay his bills when he is used to doing it on his own. His property taxes are due and his truck is up for inspection and tags in December. He is well known in the community as he has lived here all his life along with the rest of his family. Any help at all would be appreciated.

  2. My students are awesome! I teach EL (English Learners). Many of my students are refugees and have little extra money to spend on anything others than basic needs. They work hard in school, often have after school and weekend jobs, and help support their families. Staying after school for activities and sports is difficult for these students are they often do not have transportation and also have extra responsibilities at home. What may seeem small to many of us, can make a big difference to my students. I would love to be able to share gift cards with them so that they could buy something for themselvs or for their family for the holidays. Thanks for sponsoring this opportunity.

  3. Thank you for your holiday wish. Please use the submission form and all wishes will be reviewed.

  4. Todd,

    Can you please remove my statement from comments? I submitted the form. Very many thanks. Happy Christmas.

  5. We can do that Joni. Merry Christmas to you and yours…

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