Make a Difference: New London Homeless Hospitality Center
WHO: Jason and Ada, in their 30s
AGENCY: New London Homeless Hospitality Center
THEIR SITUATION: They just got a new apartment. Jason works part-time at a local grocery store, and Ada has a physical disability. They struggle to make ends meet but are always there for each other.
WHAT TO GIVE: Items for the apartment. They need everything from pots and pans to a bed, as well as cleaning supplies, lamps and bath towels. They both enjoy coffee and would love a good coffee pot.
TO DONATE: Drop smaller items off at HHC (parking lot located at 325 Huntington St.). Email firstname.lastname@example.org about larger items. Any extra donations or gifts will go to the agency's housing program. www.nlhhc.org, (860) 439-1573.
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