Caring and Sharing feeds a community

What began as a one-family mission to bring toys to local children for Christmas has grown into an organization that serves more than 200 families over the holiday season. 

Caring and Sharing first began when the Holley-Navarre Fire Station collected toys for local children for Christmas.  At the time, Don VanDerryt was the newly appointed fire chief, and he and his daughter, Theresa, sorted the toys that had been donated. 

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Members of the Iron Order Motorcycle Club, Motown, Touch and Prospect Chris, volunteer their time with other club members and Maidens to sort and package food to feed 211 families in south Santa Rosa County.

Members of the Iron Order Motorcycle Club, Motown, Touch and Prospect Chris, volunteer their time with other club members and Maidens to sort and package food to feed 211 families in south Santa Rosa County.

The core volunteer group of Caring and Sharing pictured here meets on the second Monday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at the Community Life Center located on Soundside Drive.

The core volunteer group of Caring and Sharing pictured here meets on the second Monday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at the Community Life Center located on Soundside Drive.

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