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December 21, 2023
"Be kind to yourself, be kind to the people around you": Crowder gives back in the 2023 Mug Club Christmas Special
Today's show presents a family-friendly episode featuring Santa Crowder doing the Lord's work and giving back to some exceptional families.
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With help from the One Tribe Foundation, Louder with Crowder was able to help out many families who have given back to this country.
Michael Cornell was in the United States Marine Corps from 1998 to 2007. He is married with three children. Unfortunately, he has been diagnosed with Stage 4 colon cancer and has been battling that for some time now. The Cornells were gifted season tickets to FC Dallas. But that is not even the best part. In a heartwarming gesture, the Cronells were awarded a $30,000 check to assist them and Michael through this time.
Next, Santa Crowder visited Chandler Gibson, a 10-year-old boy who saved his friend who was choking on an apple at lunch. He sprung into action after watching a video tutorial online just several days before that. This inspired the school staff to teach all students the Heimlich maneuver. Chandler was ecstatic when he found out he was gifted a PS5.
Santa Crowder then gave a virtual visit to Katy Gilray and her sons. Katy is a single mom of three kids who has been working very hard after her late husband, Donnie, tragically passed away in 2020.
"We just ask that you help other people in need whenever you can. There is someone who can use a little bit of help. Sometimes they have more, sometimes they have less," Santa Crowder said.
Each child was gifted a very cool Lego set and an Xbox for the entire family. Katy was given a gift card so she could take some time for herself as well as a $10,000 check. But that is not even the best part. She also got a 2023 Dodge Durango to help her on her long commute to work and to get the kids around.
One last check of $10,000 to the One Tribe Foundation.
"Be kind to yourself. Be kind to the people around you. Of course, you need to discipline yourself and make sure you are doing the right thing. But now and then, someone out there may need a little help," Santa Crowder said. "There is a difference between a leg up and a handout. Especially for people out there who have dedicated their lives to helping and serving other people."
Don't forget what Christmas is really about and how it changed the world.
"The world changed from one way of darkness, hopelessness, and soullessness. Just from the change of having a choice and having hope - it was so significant - that we changed our calendar for it. The world was one way and it changed after this date, which we celebrate as Christmas Day," Santa Crowder said.
"We wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!" Santa Crowder said.