Make A Difference: Alliance for Living
WHO: A single woman just back to work after a medical leave. She has agreed to adopt four of her young nieces and nephews after the death of their parents.
AGENCY: Alliance for Living in New London.
WHAT TO GIVE: Gift cards for grocery stores and area clothing stores as well as Pokemon toys for the boys and baby dolls for the younger girls. The twin boys are age 6 and the girls are 3 and 4.
WHERE TO DONATE: Gifts can be dropped off or sent to Carol Jones, director of medical case management, Alliance for Living, 154 Broad St., New London, CT 06320. Or call (860) 447-0884, ext. 231.
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