Postal worker Brittany Giles was sorting through letters to Santa before Christmas when one letter in particular caught her attention. The letter was from ten-year-old Camron King and his requests were simple.
Camron, who was born missing his left hand, wrote to Santa asking for his family to come together for Christmas and have fun. He also asked to not get bullied and for a couple of toys. When Giles read the letter, she knew she had to do something to help him. "I was reading the Santa letters and Camron's broke my heart,” Giles says. “I knew that I had to come and meet this child and try to make his Christmas as special as possible."
So the postal worker joined forces with the St. Lucie County Sheriff’s Office to try and grant Camron’s Christmas wishes. Deputy Ethan Kirk, Deputy Rebecca Ireland, and Giles pooled their money and bought Camron nearly all the toys on his wish list and delivered them to the King’s house for Christmas. Kirk also offered to talk to Camron’s school resource officer to try and bring a stop to the bullying. Camron was blown away by the kindness of Giles and the deputies. He thanked them and wished them all a happy holiday.