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Salisbury Church Uses Bless Our Children Funds to Help Local Children

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SALISBURY, Md.- For more than a decade WBOC has teamed up with local residents to raise money to buy Christmas presents for needy children in the area.   Through the "Bless Our Children" campaign, one of the many organizations it helps is Trinity Tabernacle Church in Salisbury. 

Daniel Appleby, the pastor of Trinity Tabernacle Church has been able to help over 150 children this holiday season through donations. One of his members, "Patrick" a father of three is homeless, but through the donations received from "Bless Our Children" he is able to give his children toys on Christmas Day.

"It really came through for my daughter, my kids. I was very happy to give to them. That way they can see me, although I may be living in the situation I'm in, I got to make them happy. You can't ask for much more than that," Patrick said. 

With the help of Appleby, "Patrick" was able to do his children's Christmas shopping on Tuesday. "Patrick" said he's really been blessed this holiday through the kindness and help of others. 

For more information or to make a donation, write: Bless Our Children, c/o WBOC TV 16, 1729 N. Salisbury Blvd., Salisbury, MD 21801. You can also make a secured credit card donation at  https://blessourchildren.wboc.com/donation/index.php

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