Make a Difference: Riverfront Children's Center
Who: Ashley, single mother of two children, Eric, 2, and Kayla, 6
Agency: Riverfront Children’s Center in Groton
Their situation: After a car accident, Ashley has been out of work and is struggling to pay rent. There is no extra money for Christmas presents or winter clothes for the children.
What to give: Contributions toward rent, gift cards for gas or to Wal-Mart, Target, Stop & Shop or ShopRite.
To donate: Mail or drop off gift cards to Riverfront Children’s Center, 376 Thames St., Groton, CT 06340, Attn: Make A Difference. Checks made payable to Riverfront Children’s Center also are welcome; call Susan Radway at (860) 445-8151 or email RFCCdevelopment@comcast.net.
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