Secret Santa surprises young woman who started Christmas project in honor of her slain mother
A Secret Santa has asked EastIdahoNews.com to help him give away $200,000 to deserving people and families living in east Idaho. From now until Christmas, Santa’s “elves” will be delivering surprises to many in our community. Some of the deliveries will be recorded – many will not. If you’d like to nominate someone for a Secret Santa surprise, click here.
Kyndra Caldwell has a 1-year-old little boy and is an amazing mom. In November 2016, her mother, Christin Caldwell, was murdered in her home. Kyndra was only 18.
This crushed her and her two siblings but she did not allow this tragedy to make her bitter. It made her even more caring and giving.
Even though she struggles, Kyndra is always finding ways to give to others. She has started a program called ‘Christin’s Stockings’ in memory of her mother. Kyndra is filling stockings and then delivering them to people in need.
So far she has filled over 170 stockings and continues to do more. She is paying for most of it with her own money.
Secret Santa heard about Kyndra and asked the EastIdahoNews.com elves to go over and surprise her with an early Christmas gift.