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Christmas For A Senior – Warming Hearts One Gift at a Time

Christmas For A Senior - Warming Hearts One Gift at a Time

Christmas For A Senior – Warming Hearts One Gift at a Time

Let’s start with a story that one of our personal assistants shared… She arrived at her client’s residence shortly after a volunteer had delivered the gift from Christmas For A Senior. Her client was “just beaming”! She was so grateful to receive a heartfelt gift. Then she read the card that came with the gift. The card states “During this Christmas season it’s important for you to know you’re being thought of. You are a unique and wonderful creation. Your Creator is watching over you and wants you to know you’re loved. May the Spirit of Christmas fill your heart with joy, strength and peace now and throughout the year.” The recipient could scarcely finish reading without welling up with tears of joy.

Thank you to everyone for your support of the 2018 Christmas For A Senior campaign! Due to the generous support of many volunteers, businesses, organizations and individuals – 2018 was the best ever! Because of your involvement, 114 lonely seniors received meaningful Christmas gifts this year.

Stories like these reflect the true meaning of the Christmas season. We’re all called to be good stewards of the gifts we’ve been given. Clearly, the Master intends for us to use them well, to make them fruitful, then return them with increase to the Lord.

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Cindy Karasch, COTA, CSA, President, CEO

President, CEO at Alternative Senior Care
As the founder and CEO of Alternative Senior Care, Cindy is responsible for all areas of the business. She has an Associate degree in Occupational Therapy and a Bachelors degree in Management of Human Services. “My skills in Occupational Therapy were useful in adapting methods, materials, and environments for children in special education classes as well as with adults in rehabilitation centers and local nursing homes.”
Cindy grew up in Sauk Centre and raised her three children here. She has five grandchildren.Married to Mike since 2010, she keeps busy with gardening and outdoor activities.