FORT LAUDERDALE - Tis the season. Hayes Farm is spreading Christmas cheer with oneat a time to several families in need.
On Monday, they dropped off trees at thein Pembroke Pines. It's a non-profit that helps kids and teens get support after overcoming trauma and abuse.
"It's these really these small little instances of giving them an experience, giving them a childhood, and those childhood memories really helps them be a kid again," said Erik Chafin, Chief Development Officer at Children's Harbor.
Hayes Farm has helping out for the last three years. This year, they dropped off five Christmas trees. Volunteers will bring in the decorations and help with the trimming of the trees on Tuesday.
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