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Our Children's Story absolutely, unequivocally, loves to give back. We pride ourselves in blessing others within the special needs community.
Each year we gift mom's who care for special loved ones with special things to show them how much they are appreciated and loved. Too often we focus on nothing else but the loved one being cared for, that we forget to love on those who make sacrifices daily.
Giving back to the special needs community is very important for Our Children's Story. Outside of giving out resources that are available in Georgia, giving back to the families in this community is just as important.
If we don't breathe life back into the parents or caregivers, those who are dependent on their families will not get all they deserve from their parents/caregivers.
OCS is fortunate to have sponsors to assist with giving back to the special needs community. With support from sponsors and donations, each year we can give a little bit more to the families within the special needs community.