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AdaptHealth Fort Walton Beach Gives Light and Love to Children and Seniors

todayDecember 13, 2023 133

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Christmas is less than two weeks away and everyone is scurrying to get ready while enjoying the merriment of the season. For some, however, Christmas is a time of sadness and despairing need.

AdaptHealth Fort Walton Beach helped ease that hopelessness by sponsoring a Holiday Drive this year on behalf of the Fort Walton Beach Housing Authority.

The campaign ended December 7 with enough donations to gift the 121 children aged 12 and under as well as the 25 seniors residing at the Fort Walton Beach Housing Authority.

Location Manager of AdaptHealth Nikki Ronnow, RN, reports that the Fort Walton Beach branch was able to gather a total of 283 gifts for the children and elderly. “It was a huge success,” Nikki said, “I’m so proud of our Fort Walton Beach team for gathering so many wonderful gifts.”

On December 8, all the collected gifts were delivered by the AdaptHealth Fort Walton Beach team to Fort Walton Beach Housing Authority’s administrative offices located at 27 Robinwood Drive SW and were enthusiastically received by their staff.

Coordinator Tina Bain, CSR, of AdaptHealth Fort Walton Beach thanks the generosity of family, friends, and patients who worked together to make the Holiday Drive a success. Tina stated, “We hope the families have a wonderful Christmas and that we gave some happiness to these families in need.”

To quote American Christian evangelist Ruth Stapleton, “Christmas is most truly Christmas when we celebrate it by giving the light of love to those who need it most.”

June Scroggin
Author: June Scroggin

A staff writer for Emerald Coast Connected, June is (to quote her husband) “Like a fine old car driven beyond her warranty”. June, however, says she simply loves life and believes in finding the loving heartbeat of her community and enjoying the ride.

Written by: June Scroggin

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