An elderly, disabled man with no family has lost his mattress and box spring
Michele, 49, and Allen, 42, and their four teenage children ages 13 to 18; as well as Michele's mother, Roxanne, who is 87.
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Mystic Area Shelter and Hospitality Inc.
Tamica is a single mother of a 2-year-old and 16-year-old daughter. The family is currently homeless and she is looking to secure stable employment and safe and affordable housing.
Info to help out Chris, a 26-year-old former resident of the shelter who has a new job and a new apartment.
Marie is a single mom of four trying to make ends meet.
Sara is a single, working mother of two boys, ages 14 and 11, and an 8-year-old girl. Sara struggles to make ends meet for three children.
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John and Jane are facing extreme financial hardship while also struggling with mental illness.
Marilyn is a soft spoken 64-year-old woman who has spent the last several months battling breast cancer.
Despite a long history of abuse, Sharon is determined to keep moving forward and is applying to college, searching for work, and raising her young daughter.
Theresa, 45, lives in Norwich with her 16-year-old daughter and 17-year-old son. She and her children were recently reunited and are in the process of moving from temporary housing to a more stable, permanent home. Theresa is very proud of her children who are enrolled in local schools and are even earning college credits while still in high school. Due to the change in housing, Theresa and her family are in need of home goods such as sheets, towels, kitchen supplies, cleaning products and non-perishable goods. Her children would benefit from school supplies and gift cards from department stores like Staples, Target and Old Navy. Theresa loves crafts and would enjoy receiving any sort of crafting supplies.
Michael is a 51-year-old single man who has lived at Martin House for the past year and a half.
Anna is a 35-year-old woman with intellectual and developmental disabilities and diabetes.
Family is on a very limited income. Daughter is fighting a blood clot in her brain, causing an extreme financial hardship on the family.
James is a single father of two young children ages 4 and 2, both boys.
Donated cars are actively sought. NEAT also seeks new or used automotive equipment, tools and work benches.