Kourtney Kardashian volunteers with a Los Angeles-based charity to spread holiday cheer

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Kourtney Kardashian volunteers with a Los Angeles-based charity to spread holiday cheer

Kourtney Kardashian volunteered to help Los Angeles-based charity A Sense of Home on Friday, helping a mother and her children move into a fully equipped house after becoming homeless.

The 43-year-old reality star shared the special moments with a series of Instagram photos, explaining to her followers that working at the organization is a Christmas tradition for me and my children.

Earlier on Thursday, Khloe and Kim Kardashian spread some holiday cheer by spending time with Alexandria House, a nonprofit organization that provides a safe place for women and children as they transition from homelessness to permanent homes.

A ‘tradition’: Kourtney Kardashian, 43, spent time on Friday helping the charity A Sense of Home to help a mother and her children who had experienced homelessness find a home

Kourtney uploaded a variety of photos taken while building a special home for a mother named Dakwisha and her two children.

Captioning the post, the mother of three wrote to her 206 million fans: “A Christmas tradition for me and my children is to join one of my favorite organizations @asenseofhome create a home for a foster youth.” Aged from the host system.

The TV personality shared a group photo with other volunteers after moving furniture and other essentials inside the home. She is seen wearing a vibrant red shirt and comfortable black pants for a busy day.

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“Starting with a truckload full and an empty house, we unload furniture, beds, mattresses, towels, cookware and more and put our love and energy into putting it all together,” the star explained.

With the bank holiday weekend just around the corner, with a special addition, ‘We’ve got a Christmas tree, presents and stockings to spread some holiday cheer!’

Spreading Christmas Cheer: While building a house for a mother and her two children, volunteers delivered a decorated tree and gifts.

Emotional reaction: The TV personality also captured the moment Dakwisha walked through the door to see her new home.

The charity ‘strives to prevent homelessness by creating youth-first homes from foster care’ and has built around 630 homes since its official launch in 2014. Official website.

Kourtney later penned a heartfelt tribute to Dakwisha, who “overcame homelessness to keep a roof over her daughters’ heads and is beginning her journey to achieve her dream of becoming a real estate agent next year.”

Bush founder Takwisha is an ‘inspiration’ and prays that ‘all her dreams come true’ and that ‘her new home is filled with peace and love’.

Other celebrities worked closely with A Sense of Home, including actress Jennifer Garner and Babylon star Tobey Maguire.

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The star shared a short clip of Dakwisha’s surprised reaction when she first walked into her new home. He also uploaded photos of the finished rooms, a mother-daughter view of his bedroom, and toys of his.

Special moment: Takwesha’s daughter is seen looking at her new room, with its new toys and gifts.

Fresh start: When volunteering for the charity, Courtney explained, “We started with a truckload full and an empty house, putting our love and energy into unloading furniture” and other essentials

Working together: The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star revealed that she shares her three children with ex Scott Disick and helps out as an annual tradition

Courtney, along with other volunteers, spent time arranging furniture in the new house. She also enlisted the help of her three children, Mason, 13, Penelope, 10, and Reign, 8, whom she shares with her ex Scott Disick.

Earlier this year, the businessman partnered with a nonprofit organization called This Is About Humanity. elleThe charity also supports Healthy Baby.

According to the post, Kourtney said in an Instagram Story at the time, “My wish for 2022 is for families to stay together.”

This non-profit organization was created to ‘reunite separated families’ Official website Said.

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Making a Difference: Bush decorated the founder’s home with a Christmas tree and gifts over the holiday weekend.

Other charity work: Earlier this year, the businessman partnered with the nonprofit organization This Is About Humanity, Elle reported.

While Kourtney was spending time with A Sense of Home, her sisters Khloe and Kim visited Alexandria’s Los Angeles home on Thursday, which offers a “transitional home for women and children.”

Kim’s daughter North West, Khloe’s daughter Drew Thompson and daughter-in-law Dream Kardashian were also invited to help the women and children at home.

The stars helped sponsor fun makeovers, followed by a special photo shoot. They also handed out special gift boxes to women and children to celebrate the holiday.

The Good American founder uploaded a post to her Instagram page to call attention to the organization, which has provided shelter, childcare, counseling and job preparation to hundreds of homeless women in Los Angeles for the past 25 years.

Help: On Thursday, Khloe and Kim Kardashian visited Alexandria’s Los Angeles home, which offers a “transitional home for women and children.”

Very festive: In addition to spreading holiday cheer to families in need, Kourtney recently uploaded a look at her own home’s decorations for the holiday season

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