Make a Difference: The Arc Eastern Connecticut
WHO: Kyle, his mother Patty and sister Liz.
AGENCY: The Arc Eastern Connecticut
THEIR SITUATION: Patty is unable to work after recently suffering a stroke and a broken shoulder from a fall and having to care for Kyle and Liz, her two adult children with special needs. Minimal state assistance is their only source of income.
WHAT TO GIVE: The family could use gift cards for food from Walmart and Stop & Shop.
- Bedding and blankets for two twin beds and one full-size bed, dishes, silverware, pots, pans, potholders, crock pot, laundry baskets (one with wheels), personal hygiene products.
- Kyle, size 10 winter boots, large or extra large sweat suits and T-shirts, sensory bracelets and necklaces.
- Liz, warm clothing, women's size 16 in pants, large/extra large shirts, "top 40" CDs.
- Patty, extra large sweats and pajamas, slippers, size 11, fuzzy socks.
TO DONATE: Financial assistance noting it is for the "Make a Difference" family can be sent to The Arc Eastern Connecticut, attn: Denise Tift, 125 Sachem St., Norwich, CT 06360.
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