AP Teams with A Precious Child to Bring Christmas to Kids in Need

12/19/2018

Aurora, Colo. (December 19, 2018) –  Clad in a full Santa suit and beard, AP Superintendent Joe Samu helped load over $4,000 worth of gifts brought in by AP employees to support the Precious Gift program, organized by the non-profit A Precious Child.

This year, Samu, along with many other AP employees, joined the over 250 Drive Partners in contributing to A Precious Child’s mission of providing gifts to children who would otherwise go without during monumental times in their lives such as birthdays and during the holiday season. Collectively, the company supported 75 kids this year, with an average gift of approximately $50.

“Contributing to this cause is so important to our company’s mission,” said AP’s Regional President, Tom Horsting. “We’re incredibly grateful that we have the resources to bring Christmas gifts to kids who need them most.”

This is AP’s 2nd year of contributing Christmas gifts to A Precious Child.

About A Precious Child

A Precious Child provides children in need with opportunities and resources to empower them to achieve their full potential. They envision a future where every child grows up to be a secure, self-reliant, contributing member of their community. For more information visit www.apreciouschild.org or follow them on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter.