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It’s so great to work at a place that is always thinking of others, and this year Beliefnet wanted to spread some Christmas cheer to those less fortunate.

Last week, we partnered with our sister company Affinity4 to help as many needy children as possible this Christmas through the Angel Tree program. We adopted 50 underprivileged kids who weren’t going to have a good Christmas and provided them with gifts!

Staff members were offered the opportunity to participate. I picked up a two-year-old named Sincere (couldn’t resist the name) and bought him a warm pullover for these chilly evenings we’ve been having.

Our staff had a great time wrapping gifts, and we put them all under our Christmas tree, ready to send out to the families. Check out these pictures.

I hope you’re finding ways to bring holiday cheer to those around you. If you’re struggling with ideas, here are a few:

Christmas Is Not Your Birthday

5 Ways to Have a Merry No-Gift Christmas

5 Ways to Make a Difference

Top Children’s Charities

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