This season, Fun 107 teamed up with the United Way of Greater New Bedford to help bring a bit of light to Southcoast families who've had a trying year this year. 

The Salvation Army has worked closely with this family from their time at a shelter through moving into their own apartment.

This family was in a shelter and has been placed in their apartment. They are starting from nothing. Both parents work at a local restaurant and the children both go to daycare.  A nice, deserving family!

 

Deb from Regal House Furniture knows that living room furniture can really bring a family together and called in to donate a brand new couch to the family. Baycoast Bank and Wareham Crossing also chipped in to help the family buy even more creature comforts for their first home.

If you'd like to help the family with any additional needs, their daughters are 1.5 years old and likes dolls and their 3 year old likes dancing, sports and Mr. Potato Head

Drop-offs are being accepted at the Fun107 Studios at 22 Sconticut Neck Road, Fairhaven, MA. Checks can be made out to the United Way of Greater New Bedford with "Salvation Army" in the memo.