Murrieta-based company Trinity Worldwide Reprographic made one family’s Christmas a bit brighter this year.
The company "adopted" San Diego family, Delaneys, as part of their “Love Thy Neighbor” fundraiser.
“Each month we choose to help a different cause and get the employees involved by donating their time or raising money,” said CEO Paul Rosenow.
For the month of December, the company chose to adopt a military family. Deployed in April, Kyle Delaney is currently serving in Afghanistan until March 2013.
His wife, Jennifer, was left the task of raising their four children, Connor, 17, Caleb, 10, Carter, 5, and Cayden, 3, while also working full-time.
“While my concern goes to those who are serving, those left behind (like parents) struggle,” Rosenow said.
Although not physically present, Kyle was included in the festivities receiving gifts of his own. He wrote a letter to thank the company for their continued support of not just his family but his troop overseas.
Jennifer and Connor also presented Rosenow with a flag flown in his honor during “Operation Enduring Freedom” by Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 361 Rein CH-53E in Helmand Province, Afghanistan.
“It is such a blessing,” Jennifer said. “I am just so thankful.”