Make a Difference: Sisters of Charity
WHO: A single woman living in a small apartment taking in delinquent teens and young people and being a mentor for change.
AGENCY: Sisters of Charity in Baltic
HER SITUATION: Recently having lost her mother and sister, this middle-aged lady is having trouble paying the rent. A recovered alcoholic, she is the perfect mentor for helping others quit drinking. If the rent could be paid, she would be able to continue doing good in the community.
WHAT TO GIVE: Cash for her to care for the young people she is mentoring.
TO DONATE: Contact Sister Mary Grace at the Sisters of Charity, 54 West Main St., Baltic; (860) 822-8241.
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