Christmas morning will be a whole lot brighter for thousands of Middle Georgia families.
This week, the Salvation Army has been granting holiday wishes.
After losing her job, Shenica Rogers was left a little hopeless. This year, she turned to the Salvation Army for the first time to make sure her 3 kids got the Christmas they deserve.
"They don't know the situation, but it just feels good to make them happy," says Rogers of her 3 kids.
She says she is now looking forward to Christmas morning, "It's going to be wonderful to see the smiles on their faces," says Rogers.
Major David Cope says this year more than 2,400 kids in Middle Georgia will receive gifts.
"We have seen families so many to come in and get toys and food. It makes all of our hearts feel good," says Cope.
Rogers says she is very thankful for the help she is receiving, "even though the world has turned there's still people out there that care."