Kent Police officers and staff participated in Target’s Heroes & Helpers program on Saturday to help children purchase gifts for their families. COURTESY PHOTO, Kent Police

Kent Police officers and staff participated in Target’s Heroes & Helpers program on Saturday to help children purchase gifts for their families. COURTESY PHOTO, Kent Police

Kent Police help children get gifts for their families | Update, more photos

Thirty kids participated at Target

  • Wednesday, December 13, 2017 3:37pm
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Kent Police officers and staff were up early on Saturday morning to help about 30 children from Kent Youth and Family Services purchase holiday gifts at Target for their families.

During the in-store shopping event, the children were paired with Kent Police officers and staff to help pick out holiday gifts as part of Target’s Heroes & Helpers program.

A Kent Police officer helps a girl find holiday gifts at Target. COURTESY PHOTO, Kent Police

A Kent Police officer helps a girl find holiday gifts at Target. COURTESY PHOTO, Kent Police

A Kent Police officer helps children find holiday gifts at Target. COURTESY PHOTO, Kent Police

A Kent Police officer helps children find holiday gifts at Target. COURTESY PHOTO, Kent Police

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