If you have children, you’re probably aware of how often they seek answers. Whether they want to learn more about the solar system, the birds and the bees, or other cultures, it might feel easy to become overwhelmed with the constant questions. When the holidays come around, countless questions are certain to come up. Why doesn’t other families celebrate the holidays? Why isn’t my friend getting anything for Christmas? These questions are difficult to answer, but they must be answered. We owe it to our children to give honest answers regarding important subjects. When it comes to the holiday season, there’s no better time to teach your children about supporting charities and donating to important causes. Below, we’ve taken a look at some of the local charities in the area.
Ronald McDonald House Charities – Nashville
One of the most well-known charities in the country, the Ronald McDonald House aims to keep families close by providing resources and other important items for families of critically ill children receiving medical care at Nashville area hospitals. If your child might be asking for too many toys for Christmas, remind them of the sick children who might need our help. This will give your child a second to pause and think about the greater good – helping your child learn selflessness and generosity in the process.
Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt
The Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt is one of the nation’s leading children’s hospitals. With a team of experts in pediatric and surgical specialties, the hospital provides the utmost care for those suffering from numerous health issues. Since the children in the hospital love receiving gifts, you and your family can send an E-card for a child. You’ll certainly make their day letting them know you’re thinking about them!
Wilson County Community Help Center
If your child no longer plays with their old toys, consider donating them to the Wilson County Community Help Center. Teach your children about the rewards of donating items such as clothing, food, toys, and more. The Wilson County Community Help Center also accepts donations in the form of checks to help cover expenses.
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While in Tennessee
If your child is older and about to turn 16 or graduate college, consider giving them a gift from Wilson County Hyundai. At our dealership, we offer reliable vehicles that you’re certain to enjoy. We have a large inventory as well as many deals and specials. Our special offers won’t last forever, so stop by today to take advantage of them.
We are conveniently located at 1310 W Main Street, Lebanon, TN 37087 which means residents of Mt Juliet, Nashville, and Dixon Springs are just a short drive away. During your visit, our team of experts will gladly show you around and let you take a test drive or two. We look forward to seeing you soon.