Quilts donated to Goshen children's home for kids on Christmas

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GOSHEN, Ind. -- A 22-year-old tradition between a local children’s home in Goshen and a church in Fort Wayne continues again this year.

Bashor Children’s Home helps kids who have suffered abuse or neglect at home or through foster care, and other services.

Bashor takes children from all over the state and the children here, like many others, won’t be able to spend this time with loved ones.

That’s why gifts like these handmade quilts from the Fort Wayne Church can go a long way for children at Bashor.

The quilts from Covenant United Methodist Church show the children that they are cared for by more people than they may think.

It takes a group effort to make a difference in the kids’ lives, and there are ways you can help the children here this holiday season.

Bashor is looking to hire more paid staff and bring in volunteers who have some extra time to spend working with the kids directly, or maybe just helping out around the facility.

Donations also go a long way here at Bashor, since the money received goes directly to programming or resources for the children.

Families can also "adopt" kids here for Christmas – and take on the role of providing items for them from wish lists the kids create for Santa.

You can find more information on helping out on Bashor Children's Home's website.

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