MEDFORD, ORE .-- Mercy Fights wants one of their ambulances to be a sign of hope during the holiday season.
Mercy Flights is teaming up with the Jackson County Foster Parent Association to provide clothes, food and toys through the Fill the Ambulance donation program.
Employees at Mercy Flights came up with the idea to fill a spare ambulance with various items for those in need.
The ambulance is decorated with bright colors and even features Santa on his sleigh being pulled by the Mercy fleet.
Donations from the Fill the Ambulance program will go directly towards local foster children and their families for the holiday season.
You can find the ambulance at the Rogue Valley Mall this weekend from 10am to 2pm. However, if you can't make it there the ambulance will also be making stops at several other locations around Jackson County like Dutch Bros and Sears.
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