Maryland Organization Spreading Christmas Cheer in Barbados

Robinson Smiles and Hope, Inc. will host its annual Children Christmas Party on December 20, 2014 at 1 p.m. for 150 less fortunate children from across the island of Barbados. The event which will be held at Harrison’s College, Barbados, will bring Christmas cheer to many unfortunate children.

christmas shoesDuring the event, children will be presented with toys and laughter from Santa Claus. They will also have a joyous time with fun and games such as: jumping- tents face painting, balloon maker, dancers, and food will be served.

The organization is still accepting donations of various toys and financial assistance in their efforts to create joy and happiness to some needy children. Events such as this Christmas party will also help to provide the children with additional developmental skills which could further impact their communities in a positive way.

“This event is another of the ways in which we try to bring joy to the hearts of many children,” say Julia Robinson, Executive Director of Robinson Smiles and Hope, Inc.

This is the second annual Children Christmas Party hosted by Robinson Smiles and Hope, Inc., last year’s event was also held in Barbados and many cheers were expressed by children and parents. The children showed great appreciation and acceptance of the event.

“Heartfelt Tears of love and laughter were shed by the children who looked forward to a special gift during the Christmas holiday season,” said Julia Robinson.

Robinson Smiles and Hope, Inc. is a registered non-profit organization that offers assistance to disadvantaged children in the United States and the Caribbean. It was founded in 2008, by Julia and Alfred Robinson. The Foundation provides assistance to disadvantaged children and those who have suffered unforeseen circumstances.

The organization also offers assistance in the areas of educational materials, school supplies, clothing, food items, toys, and helps with emergency medical expenses.

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By: Karl A. Haughton

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