Adopt-A-Family: William and Sandra's familyUPDATED 7:06 PM HST Dec 16, 2013Video Transcript
job industries. pause for open It's the holiday season..... But for many in Hawaii the high cost of living makes it difficult to feel very merry. Tonight we'd like you to meet a island family struggling --but never giving up hope-- 12:58 -13:05 : "YOU TRY YOUR BEST. TAKE IT DAY BY DAY ONE DAY AT A TIME." For william and sandra.... The goal of owning a home has been on their mind for years. But they continue to hope... And work hard despite life's challenges to provide for their kids. The family lives in a transitional shelter in Waianae. William has been working steady for years at a full time job. His knee gives him problems. Sandra takes care of their home and their kids. Her boys call her the superglue of the family. 14:28-14:32: "THESE KIDS DRIVE ME CRAZY BUT THEY'RE ALWAYS THERE FOR ME." William and Sandra would love their sons to have gifts to open on Christmas Day. The young men---ages 15- 20---- would like old spice and axe cologne.... A Men's bike to share, Drawing supplies and their youngest wants a backpack. Clothing is always appreciated: Men's Medium and Large, women's Large. Sandra would like a heavy blanket. William would appreciate a Weed whacker to keep their grass area nice. The family also would love a rice pot! If you'd like to adopt this family of three this holiday season... Call our adopt a family helping hands hawaii phone line at 440-3800.