Make a Difference: Martin House Inc.
WHO: John S., a 24-year-old man
AGENCY: Martin House Inc.
HIS SITUATION: John had been living in his own apartment with a roommate who unexpectedly moved out. Unable to find another roommate, John was not able to afford rent on his own, leaving him homeless. He moved into the Martin House a year ago where he is safe and pays an affordable program fee. He’s currently working on budgeting and is learning the necessary life skills to meet his goal of living in his own apartment once again.
WHAT TO GIVE: Jeans size 50x34, shirts and sweatshirts size 3X, socks, boxers size 50, bedroom lamp, art supplies, personal hygiene products, bedding for a twin-sized bed, pillows, a book shelf and Walmart gift cards.
WHERE TO DONATE: Drop off or mail donations to 401 W. Thames St., Building 700, Norwich, CT 06360, or send by Paypal at Paypal.me/martinhousect.org.
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