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When single mom Lespia Niforos knew she wouldn't be able to afford Christmas gifts for her three young children in 2012, she told them that Santa Claus was sick and couldn't make it to their house.
Niforos has been out of work for more than two years, staying home and taking care of her special-needs son, 10-year-old Devon.
"With all the doctors' appointments and all the stress, I can...