Thank You Letters

Letter from Senior Client

Posted by on Jan 8, 2017 in Featured, Thank You Letters | 0 comments

Letter from Senior Client

Dearest People, I wanted to say to all of you, that I occasionally call the Needs Council — and every time I call, whoever answers is so kind and helpful and respectful to me. I am so grateful to all of you for all your help and kindnesses. I remember all of you in my prayers. Thank you again.   A Senior Client

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Thank You from a Christmas Family

Posted by on Dec 30, 2016 in Christmas, Thank You Letters | 0 comments

I say this with Joy not sorrow — I’ve not known Christmas for 5 years. But I will always remember this one. To see people, who took time to love, care and give, is amazing to me; and oh so very very real. I can actually feel that I am included — special, a part of a family, not alone — as the Lord promised I would never be. Thank you so much for letting me feel and now see and touch so much! It is giving me the biggest smile and hope for the brightest year. May you be blessed; thank you again. From my heart – a happy faced friend – smiling and laughing...

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Thank You from an Angel Tree Recipient

Posted by on Dec 29, 2016 in Christmas, Featured, Thank You Letters | 0 comments

Thank You from an Angel Tree Recipient

The following letter was addressed to the Hill Country Needs Council (aka Santa Claus): Dear “Santa” & All his helpers: With hospital bill arriving from my recent knee replacement looking like part of the national debt, I had decided best to ignore the season & just enjoy the music & Charlie Brown specials. But then your “jolly elves” arrived today bearing not just gifts, but things I had needed or wanted. Needed bedroom shoes but decided food more urgent. Now I’m toasty warm in beautiful, red slippers, + a beautiful blue (my favorite color) throw,...

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A Client’s Thanksgiving Story

Posted by on Nov 22, 2011 in Thank You Letters, Thanksgiving | 0 comments

A few mornings ago when I looked out my window I saw something that literally took my breath away. On the ground in my back yard, about ten feet away from the Morning Glories that wrapped beautifully around the top of my fence was a patch of something beautiful, the same color, ten feet in front of it on the ground. Could it be Morning Glories? I set my coffee cup on the table and walked outside and sure enough, the closer I came to that spot in the grass a full ten feet away from the strong gray metal chain link fence was a beautiful patch of Morning Glories proudly blooming in the morning...

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