Make A Difference - Bethsaida Community
WHO: A single mother of one child.
AGENCY: Bethsaida Community Inc. in Norwich
THEIR SITUATION: A mother in recovery, she entered Bethsaida's Katie Blair House and gained sobriety and full-time employment and is enrolled in college. She successfully completed the program, has maintained stable housing and is reuniting with her son.
WHAT TO GIVE: Boys' winter clothing size 2T, shoe size 6, outdoor/snow toys, Elmo toys, preschool books, learning games, ShopRite gift card, Mobil or Shell gas gift card.
WHERE TO DONATE: Drop off or mail donations to Bethsaida Community, 120 Cliff St., Norwich, CT 06360.
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