Make a Difference - Norwich Salvation Army
WHO: A mom and five children: boy 7, boy 5 and (triplets) — boy, girl, girl — 10 months.
AGENCY: The Salvation Army Service Unit — Norwich
THEIR SITUATION: A mom who is raising five young children by herself. It has been difficult for her two older sons since the triplets were born. They need clothes, sneakers and a bunkbed. For the family's safety, the father is not a part of their lives. Mom struggles with bills, basic needs, and holiday gifts for her family.
WHAT TO GIVE: Family could use grocery store and/or clothing gift cards.
• 7-year old boy: Size 7 clothes; remote control car.
• 5-year-old boy: Size 5 clothes; remote control car.
• Triplets: Girl 1: 6-9-month clothes; toys with sound. Girl 2: 6-9-month clothes; toys with sound. Boy: 12 months clothes; toys with sound.
TO DONATE: Bring gifts with labels for “Make a Difference” family to The Salvation Army-Norwich, Foundry 66, 66 Franklin St., Norwich, CT 06360. Write checks out to The Salvation Army-Norwich. Mark envelope or check for “Make a Difference family.” Please text (860) 559-2245.
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