PHILIPSBURG:--- Christmas is a time for giving, showing and receiving love. The K1 Britannia Christmas Angels Program is a perfect way to show that this holiday season.
K1 Britannia’s post-disaster relief work is aimed at bringing back some sort of normalcy to the community, but the Christmas Angels Program is aimed at bringing back joy and smiles to the many that need it.
Since 2014, the foundation has hosted its annual Christmas Angels Program and will host it this year despite the circumstances after Hurricane Irma. The community is encouraged to visit the K1 Britannia team from Thursday, December 14th to Sunday, December 17th between the hours of 9 AM – 6 PM at the New Government Administration Building on Pond Island.
The two large Christmas trees will be filled with over 600 little angels which were all made with love by and represents a foster child, a client of the Sister Basilia Center, a resident of the St. Martin’s Home, a client of Mental Health Foundation, a member of UJIMA, or an underprivileged child who needs some extra love this Christmas. Persons can pass by, choose a special angel, buy a present for the child or elder it represents and in return get to keep the little angel as a gift from that person to them. This enables persons to feel the impact one single act can have on another child or elder.
K1 Britannia Foundation Press Release