Biloxi High’s ‘Project Presents’ needs your help

Changing the lives of complete strangers, the Biloxi High School Campus Security Council’s Project Presents Program transforms Christmas dreams into reality.

Last year’s Project Presents Program delivered Christmas gifts to 23 families and over 70 children.

Now preparing for another year to spread Christmas cheer across the Biloxi School District, donations and family adoptions are needed.

Classes, clubs, organizations, families, and individuals can all help by adopting a child, children, a family, or by making a donation. Biloxi High Assistant Chief Daisy McCarroll said, “The community can help. They can make a donation. They can call me if they want here at the high school. They can drop off any kind of donation they want here. If they want to adopt a family which is what we need. I’ll provide them with all the information. We have several churches that already do that. We have the Coast Guard Spouses Association that adopts a family. So, yea, anything like that, any kind of way they want. Just have them contact me. I will find a way that they can come and help me out with that.”

If you are interested in making a child’s Christmas amazing, please contact Assistant Chief Daisy McCarroll at

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