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Dream Tree for Kids donates toys to Good Tidings for Kentucky

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WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. — (December 21, 2021): Celebrating its 11thseason, The Greenbrier’s Dream Tree for Kids campaign distributed $1 million worth of toys to more than 160 organizations on December 14, helping to assure that children throughout West Virginia and beyond its borders have at least one gift to open on Christmas morning. 

These gifts, purchased by the Justice family, are carefully selected to provide an educational or active component. More than 70 Team Members at The Greenbrier volunteered to help distribute the toys to organizations from six states during the distribution event. The organizations transported the gifts back to their locations and will distribute to children from newborns to 15-year-olds in need of assistance this holiday season.

At the end of the Distribution Day process, approximately 1,000 toys remained. These toys were donated to the Good Tidings for Kentucky to be distributed to children impacted by the tornadoes in Kentucky earlier this month. White Sulphur Springs native Kimberly Lester created the organization, knowing the impact of natural disasters after losing her mother in the 2016 floods that devastated so much of Greenbrier County. The group will deliver toys and other items collected from the community to the small town of Bremen, Kentucky, where 12 residents lost their lives. 

“The Dream Tree project has helped bring smiles to so many children over the past 11 years,” said Jill Justice, DO, President of The Greenbrier. “Those families trying to pick up their lives after the disaster in Kentucky have been through so much, and we’re hopeful that we can help give them at least one positive moment on Christmas morning as their recovery continues.”

To learn more about The Greenbrier’s Dream Tree for Kids project, visit
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The Greenbrier is a distinct and spectacular luxury mountain resort situated in the Allegheny Mountains in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia. It is best known as “America’s Resort” and is synonymous with world-class, authentic, southern hospitality. The Greenbrier experience began in 1778 and offers a luxurious respite to discerning guests from around the world. The grand scale architecture, Dorothy Draper décor, immaculate attention to detail and legendary gracious service set The Greenbrier apart from all others. Guests walk in the footsteps of presidents, celebrities and generations of families who regard The Greenbrier as a “one of one” destination. The 710 perfectly appointed Signature Resort Rooms, Classic and Historic Suites, Legacy Cottages and Estate Homes are situated on The Greenbrier’s breathtaking 11,000-acre playground. Play championship golf courses or experience more than 55 activities, including professional indoor and outdoor tennis, off-road driving and falconry. America’s only private casino features table games, slot machines and the FanDuel Sportsbook. The Greenbrier’s full-service, 40,000-square-foot world-renowned spa is widely recognized as one of the most luxurious mineral spas in the world, and the Retail Collection is comprised of more than 35 boutiques, shops and hand-crafted works of art. In addition to The Main Dining Room, The Greenbrier Restaurant Collection is comprised of 19 restaurants, cafés and lounges, featuring traditional, award–winning southern-inspired cuisine. The Greenbrier Clinic has been practicing diagnostic medicine since 1948. The Greenbrier Sporting Club and The Greenbrier Legacy Club offer the pinnacle of luxury real estate with exclusive home sites within distinctive neighborhoods across The Greenbrier estate. Follow The Greenbrier on Facebook at The Greenbrier, on Twitter at @the_greenbrier or on Instagram at the_greenbrier.
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