Neighbors Emergency Center Edgemere Partner with El Paso Police Department to Spread Holiday Cheer
HOUSTON, Texas, December 12, 2016 –Neighbors Emergency Center Edgemere is honored to work with the El Paso Police Department’s El Paso Cops Helping Kids this holiday season.
Neighbors, alongside El Paso Cops Helping Kids, will deliver gifts to children from Sparks Head Start program on December 13. The school is located at 12811 Sparks Dr., 79928. El Paso police officers and Neighbors Edgemere center’s staff will arrive at Sparks at 8:30 AM to distribute gifts.
El Paso Cops Helping Kids works closely with the schools’ counselors and social workers to help identify children in need and make this holiday season brighter for disadvantaged kids in El Paso.
Neighbors Emergency Center Edgemere Marketing Manager Marcia Sonora coordinated this collaboration.
This contribution is a direct link with Neighbors’ core values of having a genuine, compassionate heart; a creative spark; a guardian mentality that protects those in need; and a collaborative action delivered with a friendly smile.