Tucson mom helps kids in need after tragic loss - Tucson News Now

Tucson mom helps kids in need after tragic loss

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Now is the season of giving and one mother is helping children in need this holiday season.

Sandy Rosati, the executive director and co-founder of the Shyann Kindness Project, stops by Fox 11 Daybreak. 
This time of the year is tough for Sandy and her family. They lost their daughter Shyann back in 2005. Shyann was very sick with conditions like c
erebral palsy and microcephaly,

Now Sandy is turning pain into purpose and helping other families that are struggling this time of year by collecting toys and other items to pass out during the holidays.

You can drop off donations at various locations throughout Tucson.  Check out a full list at http://shyannkindness.org/.

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