Make a Difference: Martin House
WHO: Richard, a 62-year-old man who has lived at Martin House since 1986.
AGENCY: Martin House.
HIS SITUATION: Richard is a quiet, gentle man who calls Martin House home. He has not experienced homelessness, isolation or fear since living here. He has his own room, uses public transportation and feels safe.
WHAT TO GIVE: Long sleeve, button-down shirts, 2XL; jeans, 40x34; a winter coat, 3XL; blue or black shoes, size 14; winter gloves, large; a model airplane kit, a radio, hamper and Walmart gift cards are items that Richard would appreciate. Richard wishes you and your family a "joyous holiday season."
TO DONATE: Items can be dropped off or mailed to Martin House, 401 West Thames St., Building 700, Norwich, CT 06360. Financial donations should be made out to Martin House, with "Richard" in the memo line.
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