ANDERSON, Ind. —
Cox, who is also an admin, monitors the page and lists items, too. Like the other admins, she takes money from her own pocket to help others.
During the holidays, she “adopted” several families and spent about $1,200 on gifts, and last year she spent about $250 on Easter baskets. She’ll even buy baby clothes when she’s out shopping because she knows someone will need them.
Besides the Facebook page, the group’s leaders also organize events and special packages throughout the year, like school supply giveaways. Right now, they’re looking for a venue to hold an Easter egg hunt this spring.
They’ve looked into becoming a nonprofit and want to get a building at some point, but for now they’re focused on helping families with their computers inside their own homes.
“I just always remember,” Cave said, “you have to bless somebody else to be blessed.”
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