ATLANTIC CITY -
For the last decade, a local realtor and his team of South Jersey Santas have made the season brighter for those living at the Covenant House.
For the homeless youngsters living at the Covenant House in Atlantic City, the holidays can be a difficult time ... Separated from their family and often without friends or loved ones to celebrate with.
That's why for the last ten years, Al Bailey has devoted his time and efforts to make it a Merry Christmas there.
In November, Bailey asked for a wish list from each resident, and today he dropped off the gifts to the facility, providing sporting goods, gift cards, toiletries, and clothing for job hunting.
"Every year we go out, people respond. And they responded this year like out of sight. I'm so happy and so proud not just of the effort but of the neighborhood that we live in. That people still come in out of the kindness of their heart to provide for children who for whatever reason don't have a home," said Pat Bailey.
Covenant House International is the largest charity working with homeless youth in the Americas.
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