CSP-Corcoran staff load presents into a truck to be delivered to an emergency aid center.

CSP-Corcoran staff load presents into a truck to be delivered to an emergency aid center.

By Lt. Luis A. Martinez, AA/Public Information Officer
California State Prison-Corcoran

California State Prison-Corcoran (CSP-Corcoran) successfully completed their 2014 Christmas Adopt-a-Child Program, benefiting children and families in need.

In a collaborative effort, CSP-Corcoran staff donated more than 150 wrapped gifts, 50 jackets and six bicycles to the Corcoran Emergency Aid Center for delivery to children in the community of Corcoran.

“Thank you to all of CSP-Corcoran staff for their kindness,” said Marilyn Nolan, Executive Director of Corcoran Emergency Aid. “All of the children were happy to receive presents and parents were appreciative of the jackets.”

The organizing and facilitating of the Christmas Adopt-a-Child Program was handled by Regina Guzman, Community Resource Manager (A), Alicia Erwin, Office Technician to the Chief Deputy Wardens, and Maria Ledezma, Executive Assistant to the Warden.

Staff from CSP-Corcoran donated toys, bicycles and warm coats to those in need.

Staff from CSP-Corcoran donated toys, bicycles and warm coats to those in need.

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