MAKE A DIFFERENCE: Montville Social Services
WHO: Sarah and her four children
AGENCY: Montville Social Services
HER SITUATION: Sarah is a single mom of four children. She had a heart attack and as a result is facing a long road ahead to completely heal. Sarah's husband of 14 years is no longer in the picture, and Sarah has no family in the area to help out. With Christmas near, she is struggling to find a way to make this a happy holiday season for her children. She has three boys: an 8-year-old, a 2-year-old and an 8-month-old. She also has 10-year-old-daughter.
WHAT TO GIVE: The girl likes Barbie dolls and outfits for Barbies, the oldest son likes Legos, and Sarah would appreciate any age appropriate toys for the younger ones.
TO DONATE: Contact Robin Washington at Montville Social Services (860) 848-8820.
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