Make a Difference: Norwich Salvation Army
WHO: A single mother of two girls, ages 5 and 3.
AGENCY: The Salvation Army of Norwich
THEIR SITUATION: Mom lost her job in September and has been trying to recover financially. Mom came to the Salvation Army to sign up for rental assistance and holiday help.
WHAT TO GIVE: Clothing: girls' shirt sizes 4 and 6, pants sizes 4 and 6, shoe sizes 6 and 8. Toys: learning games, bike, scooters, Barbie dolls, baby doll with stroller, board games, play kitchen set and Doc McStuffins toys.
WHERE TO DONATE: Drop off or mail donations to: Norwich Salvation Army, 169 Franklin St., Norwich, CT 06360
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