Students with autism find perfect gifts for loved ones

Students at the Potential Development High School for Autism were able to shop for Christmas gifts for their loved ones.

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) – Thanks to the generosity of a local businesswoman, some high schoolers had the chance to find that perfect gift for their family and friends.

Deloran Muransky, who owns Ivory & Birch, brought her store to the Potential Development High School for Autism in Youngstown on Friday.

Over 40 students shopped in the Santa Workshop and then got help wrapping their gifts. The best part is that all of it was free.

Muransky is also on the board at Potential Development and wanted to make sure the kids had the perfect gift for their loved ones.

“We’ll be giving them two certificates. They can go through and pick two gifts,” Muransky said. “We brought ornaments, note pads, some little trays, gifts for them to give to their family and friends.”

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