Napa COE Provides More Than 300 Gifts to Families in Need

Employees from the Napa County Office of Education were able to give 50 families a memorable holiday this year.

Presents and food gift cards were handed out to needy families at the Camille Creek and Early Childhood programs this holiday season.

This is the third year that Napa COE has held their Annual Christmas Giving Tree Gift Drive. Last year, Napa COE was able to provide 275 gifts to families. This year more than 300 blankets, food, clothing and toys were provided.

The motto at the Napa COE is TEAM NCOE and the giving tree is a perfect example of team work.

Thanks to the Napa County Office of Education for the photo!



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