Another kind of gift is also rewarding for the children. Group homes and often foster families do not have the funds to do extracurricular activities such as science programs, music programs, ice or roller skating lessons, sewing lessons, martial arts, and many, many more. In receiving such a gift, maybe the children don't give the loud "whoop and holler" they give as they hurriedly rip the wrapping paper off the gifts, but the chance to do something "regular" children are able to do dawns on them slowly, and they have a harder time believing they can have a chance to participate.
I'm not at all saying "don't give", just suggesting some alternatives should you find all the Christmas Angles taken. As always, thanks for your caring and support. We so appreciate you.