Due to the pandemic and unemployment, the shelter’s clients are in need of basic assistance to help them get by while the shelter helps them find stable housing.
While food insecurity remains the top priority, the agency could use some help for its Care and Advocacy program, which supports a large group of individuals.
A single father, working full time, is struggling to raise his young son on his own after the recent death of the boy's mother.
Martin House provides safe, affordable housing to 54 adult men and women who have experienced issues with mental health, addictions or homelessness.
Brenda and her two children came to Thames River Family Program after exhausting all family resources and leaving an abusive relationship.
Make a Difference: Alliance for Living
The Jonnycake Center is looking for financial donations to help people like Adrianna, a single mother of two who lost one job and had hours reduced at another during the pandemic.
A family is facing both unexpected unemployment and their child’s serious medical condition that is causing mounting medical bills.
Mother's Retreat, a Groton-based treatment program, is seeking donations to help a 23-year-old woman go on job interviews, as well as items for her daughter and gift cards for the family.
This year, Madonna Place hopes to give families a gift card for each of their children so parents can shop for their own gifts.
The Drop-In Learning Center is asking for donations for older children, who are sometimes overlooked as resources go to younger kids.
Make a Difference: Norwich Human Services
The meal center is seeking socks, hats and gloves for its guests.
Safe Futures provides free and confidential trauma informed, client focused programs and services for those impacted by domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking and trafficking in southeastern Connecticut.
Because of of COVID-19 and the closing of the dad's place of employment, the family of five is struggling
Moms, dads, single parents, grandparents, retirees and the disabled struggle each month to pay their bills and still have enough left over for food.
A mother of two girls wants to provide a safe home for her children.
Woman and children lost their husband and father suddenly this past year and are trying to cope with his passing.
Cheryl is determined to use as little state assistance as possible to maintain her apartment and care for her sons, both of whom have special needs.
The Day's 13th annual Make a Difference series premieres today, kicking off a season of community generosity when more people than ever are in need.