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Merry and Bright: An Evening with Robert Half

What good friends the children of The Patch have at Robert Half! For the seventh year in a row, the Robert Half Christmas Party treated Patch members to dinner, games and gifts during one of the most anticipated events of the year. Based on good behavior and active participation, 30 Cabbage Patch members earned the privilege of participating in the party.

Children enjoyed Chick-fil-A meals, a visit from the Chick-fil-A Santa Cow, giant Jenga, a cake walk and more! Perhaps the most exciting part of the evening was when each child received a “Santa bag” full of gifts. At the end when staff members brought out one of the gift bags to show them – there was a collective gasp, all the kids’ jaws dropped open, followed by cheers and applause!

The children did a great job of following directions, and were respectful of all the Robert Half employees. Thanks to the efforts of Robert Half, they were truly rewarded for following the rules, actively participating in programs, helping others and displaying positive attitudes all year long. The experience was a valuable lesson that will help these young people become kind, responsible adults.

Do you want to join us in changing the lives of at-risk children? It can be as easy as hosting a canned food drive at your office or making an online donation. Or you can contact our Volunteer Coordinator to find out how to host a celebration like Robert Half. We also have monthly birthday parties for the children, and sponsors are welcome.

Community partners like Robert Half enhance our programming and enable us to provide structured, high quality activities. Their support is truly valuable, as The Patch is not a Metro United Way Agency and does not take government funding. How can you join us in making a big difference in the lives of local children?