Make a Difference: Catholic Charities



WHO: John and Jane, the parents of a 13-year-old son.
AGENCY: Catholic Charities, Diocese of Norwich, 331 Main St., Norwich
THEIR SITUATION: John and Jane are facing extreme financial hardship while also struggling with mental illness. Their son is a good student and is interested in computers and computer games.
WHAT TO GIVE: Gift card to Wal-Mart or a gaming store to help them give their son a Christmas gift.
TO DONATE: Contact Sylvia Laudette at Catholic Charities at (860) 889-8346 ext. 287.



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