PLAINFIELD, NJ - Lamour Harvey, a single father and active Plainfield community member, will be gifted with a fully prepared Thanksgiving dinner this Thursday.
Lamour suffers from a rare disease in his legs that prohibits him to do the things he once loved, mentoring young men in his community and coaching football. The disability has affected him so much that he is unable to work or stand for long periods. His son, Semaj Harvey, 15, is his greatest support and helps out with everything.
This Thanksgiving, to take the financial burden off of this family, Great Joy Counseling & Consulting Services, in conjunction with NJDC Cares, Inc. and Alanna’s Pantry, will provide the Harveys and families alike in New Jersey and Pennsylvania with fully prepared meals for the holiday.
“It’s so humbling to be able to give back and help these families in their times of need,” Great Joy Counseling & Consulting Services Founder and President La’Tesha Sampson said. “We’re simply here to serve and give a helping hand where it’s needed.”
On Thanksgiving Day, meals will be delivered to families in Essex, Middlesex and Union counties in New Jersey and Northampton County in Pennsylvania.
Great Joy Counseling and Consulting Services is a Westfield, NJ based organization that works with children, adolescents, teens, adults, couples, families and groups via innovative psychotherapy sessions. Great Joy also facilitates organizational trainings and coaching for various agencies. Its mission is to assist people in “moving from an acorn to an oak tree” so that they can lead a more meaningful life filled with great joy.
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