Make a Difference: Norwich Salvation Army
WHO: A single mother with three children, two girls, ages 3 and 1, and one boy, age 6.
AGENCY: The Salvation Army of Norwich
THEIR SITUATION: The family currently is displaced due to financial difficulties. Mom is not working and is concerned this will not be a good Christmas for the children, since her income is lower than usual.
WHAT TO GIVE: Girls' clothing: shirt sizes 4T and 3T, pants sizes 4T and 3T, shoe sizes 12 and 6. Boys clothing: shirt size 7, pants size 7, shoes size 1½. Toys: learning toys, Paw Patrol, Ninja Turtles, Trolls, Minnie Mouse anything, Doc McStuffins, books, basketball and Barbie.
WHERE TO DONATE: Drop off or mail donations to Norwich Salvation Army, 169 Franklin St., Norwich, CT 06360.
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