Make A Difference: New London Drop-In Learning Center

WHO: Elvia, a single mother of three daughters.

AGENCY: Drop-In Learning Center

THEIR SITUATION: Elvia is working a job earning minimum wage. She is having a difficult time meeting her family’s everyday needs, let alone Christmas gifts for her daughters, ages 2, 6 and 9. Any help will be greatly appreciated by this family facing hard times.

WHAT TO GIVE: Girls clothing sizes 2T, 6, and 12, Walmart gift cards, gas cards and grocery store gift cards.

TO DONATE: Call Reona at the Drop-In Learning Center at (860) 442-4466. Items may be brought to the center's office, 32 Broad St., New London, CT 06320, or mail to Drop-In Learning Center, P.O. Box 848, New London, CT 06320.


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