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Albany ARC requesting help with Christmas Gifts for Consumers

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Albany Advocacy Resource Center, a local non-profit organization that promotes the general welfare of people with disabilities, wherever they may be and to foster the development of programs on their behalf, is seeking help in purchasing Christmas gifts for the consumers of Albany ARC.

The organization is requesting that people make a $20 donation to this effort to provide Christmas gifts for the consumers.  With the $20 donation, employees of Albany ARC will purchase gifts that are personalized to each consumers needs. Gifts like a new bathrobe, a bathroom shower mat, a new shirt, some new under clothes, a vitamin rich body lotion that would help sooth dirty itchy skin, new shoes, etc.

If you would like to help with this project, please send $20 cash or your check for $20 to
Albany ARC
2616 Pointe North Blvd.
Albany, GA  31721

For additional information please contact:
Lou Johnson, Community Resource Coordinator at 229.888.6852

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Comments

  1. Truth B Known says:

    Albany Advocacy Resource Center helps sp many people.Probley some of your family,or a family you know.I know times are really bad now.But to help this program at least you ll know where your money is going….Have you ever needed there help? Have you ever met any of them. I have,and the ones i have met are awesome,always a smile,even in the worst times. I know of one of the men who help there,and his van broke down the other day.It would really be nice if the City Of Albany could give some to them.And there are more ways to give than money.Time to help someone,give household items to there store,but at this time of year they are trying to make someones day alittle more special.They need our help.Give and you shall get back 2 folds.Maybe not money,but maybe you will need them one day.And they will be there.And helping does make a heart feel good.Merry Christmas.

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