She’s needed a lift chair for years and Secret Santa just delivered

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A Secret Santa has asked 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.

Dee Bragg has been disabled for many years from multiple failed back surgeries and a kidney transplant.

Despite her challenges, she has continued to work to provide for herself and has been employed as a Medicaid Intake Specialist and a Peer Support Specialist.

“She absolutely loved her job because she was helping people like her,” her daughter, Breezy Bird, tells “She found great joy helping clients navigate through the process of getting Medicaid.”

Bragg’s health has declined and forced her to recently retire. She just had a knee replacement and needs a hip replacement too.

Bird says she could really benefit from a lift chair.

Secret Santa agreed and sent his elves over with a surprise.


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