Field House for the Homeless Adopt a Family at Christmas program - WDAM-TV 7-News, Weather, Sports-Hattiesburg, MS

Field House for the Homeless Adopt a Family at Christmas program underway

 With a little over a week before Christmas the Field House for the Homeless in Hattiesburg along with Randy  Price and Company are trying to make Christmas brighter for many of the Field House clients. 

They have an Adopt a Family for Christmas program where folks in the community can take an ornament from one of two-trees. The ornaments have names of the clients and what they want for Christmas. 

Unlike the Angel Tree for kids where it's mostly toys, the items on the ornaments are mostly for adults. Things like, clothes, shoes, and other necessities of life. 

There are two-locations for the trees, The Field House on Highway 49 South in Hattiesburg , and the Randy Price and Company store on Highway 98 West next to Jos. A Bank.

"They just need to stop by the store or the Field House, get an ornament and buy the gift," said Annette Price, Randy Price and Company. "You can then bring it here or the Field House. We would like to have the gifts by Tuesday and they can be dropped off wrapped here."

For further information on the program go to the Randy Price and Company facebook page or the Field  House website.

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