Hundreds of families are in need of healthy nonperishable food items, pet supplies, winter clothing for adults and children, warm hats and gloves, underwear and socks, shoes, and games/activities/supplies for kids ages 4-18.
Richard is a quiet, gentle man who calls Martin House home.
The majority of their clients live at or below the federal poverty level and depend on food stamps and Alliance for Living's internal food pantry to meet their food security needs.
A mother and her two kids, ages 14 and 18, recently moved into an apartment after becoming homeless.
Jasmina faces a long recover from colon cancer surgery.
As a single mom, Anne does her best for her daughter, Taylor, on a very tight fixed income.
The family of six was displaced due to medical surgeries over the past six months without income.
Gary, who suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder, needs an apartment whose owner will accept his emotional support dog.
Shirley, on the waiting list for a liver transplant, needs gift cards for food and household goods.
Lori and her three children have experienced a life of fear, manipulation and abuse.
Five families with children currently are homeless and staying at the emergency shelter.
Moms, dads, single parents, grandparents, retirees and disabled — these folks struggle each month to pay their bills and still have enough left over for food.
Mom with three daughters is working as a housekeeper, and her days were just reduced.
Joanne and Leah lost most of their belongings and several pets in a fire and are trying to rebuild their lives.
Chelsea is a single mother of a 15-year-old daughter, and in February is expecting a baby girl, whose father has recently died.
Help Kyle, his mother Patty and his sister Liz in conjunction with The Arc Eastern Connecticut.
A client from Reliance Health and her family are seeking donations of clothing, other items.
A single mom of six kids ages 3-12 would love toys and games for her children, and money for a new washing machine.
Help requested for a mom and three young children.
This family's life changed overnight when 25-year-old Jim's health deteriorated into life-threatening congestive heart failure.
Judy, her mother and her two children could use help for the holidays.
A Groton family needs warm clothing for their 3-year-old son and help with food, gas, rent and utilities.
New London Homeless Hospitality Center guests are staying in the center's emergency shelter and need clothing and bus passes.
Maggie came to Thames River Family Program after an leaving an abusive relationship.