Make a Difference - Norwich Salvation Army
WHO: Widowed mom and four children, girl 8, girl 7, boy 5, girl 2.
AGENCY: Norwich Salvation Army Service Unit
THEIR SITUATION: Wife and children lost their husband and father suddenly this past year and are trying to cope with his passing. The holiday season is particularly difficult for them not having him there.
WHAT TO GIVE: Family could use grocery store gift cards for Stop and Shop or Walmart
• 8-year-old girl – shoe size 3, pant size 8/10, shirt size large, coat size 8/10 – Roller skates, helmet and knee pads, Barbie dream house, nice dresses
• 7-year-old girl – shoe size 2, pant size 8 husky, shirt size 8 large, coat size 8/10 – Juno baby elephant, Big doll to do hair, Kitchen set
• 5-year-old boy – shoe size 11/12, pant size 6-8, shirt size 7/8, coat size 7/8 – Big dinosaur robot, cars, lights
• 2-year-old girl – anything pink (size 3-4) baby dolls and loves to pretend to cook
TO DONATE: Bring gifts with labels for “Make a Difference” family to Norwich Salvation Army Service Unit, 294 Washington St., Norwich, CT 06360. Mark envelope or check for “Make a Difference family.” Call (860) 559-2245 or email email@example.com
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