Here are our 2019 families. You can read more about our program on our FAQ page. Raising Multiples is a registered IRS 501(c)(3) organization and your donation is tax deductible as allowed by law.

Thank you for your interest in helping families in need this holiday season. Each family has different needs. Some can benefit from new clothing and toys, or basic necessities like groceries and diapers. Others can utilize gift cards for gas and food.

Email us if you would like to adopt a family. You can reach our Adopt-a-Family Coordinator, Lisa, at lisaddibona@yahoo.com. She will provide information and shipping instructions if needed.

Family #1: If you’d like to make a general donation to the Adopt-a-Family program, we will do the shopping for you for any families that are not adopted, added to the program late, or that need help during the year. You may mail your contribution to Raising Multiples, PO Box P.O. Box 69, Albertson, NY 11507, or donate online. Be sure to mark the “Please apply this donation to the AAF program” box under Donor Information. Thank you!

Family #2: This Northeast family has 8-year-old Boy, Boy, Girl triplets. Mom recently lost her job and struggles with Diabetes. This family’s most urgent need is food and clothing. All the children wear size 9 slim. And the family lives near a Marshall’s and a Stop & Shop.

Family #3: This Northeast family has 15-year-old Boy, Boy, Boy triplets with special needs. One of the boys was recently in the hospital for an infection due to surgery. Dad is a hard working civil servant and Mom had to stop working because of an illness. This family is most in need of clothes for the boys. They live near a Target and a Wal-Mart.

Family #4: This southern family has 8-year-old Boy, Boy, Girl triplets. Mom must travel out of state for special treatments for her chronic illness. Dad was out of work for a while, but thankfully has found a new job. We would like to help them get back on their feet this holiday season. One boy wears size 6, one boy wears size 7 and the girl wears size 8/10. This family lives near a Wal-Mart.

Family #5: ADOPTED This Northeast family has 8-year-old Boy, Boy, Boy triplets. Mom had to stop working because of her disability. Dad took a second job and now they no longer qualify for food stamps, but they need them. Dad’s family helped them out this year with school supplies, but they could use sweatpants and long-sleeved shirts with no buttons. The boys wear pant sizes 7, 8 and 10. Winter boots – two wear size 2 and one wears size 3. The family lives near Wal-Mart and Target stores.

Family #6: This Northeast family has 9-year-old Girl, Girl, Boy triplets. Dad left when times got tough and Mom can only work part time. One of the children is on the autism spectrum and gets therapy that is not local to their home. This family is on public assistance and could use our help with warm clothes. All the children wear size 10/12 and live near Wal-Mart and Target.

Family #7: ADOPTED This Midwestern family lost their Dad, who was a firefighter, in a gas explosion in the line of duty. The twin 4-year-old girls are having a very hard time and we’d like to make this holiday season a little easier for Mom.

Family #8: This Southeast family has 6-year-old Boy, Boy, Girl triplets. Two of the children have been diagnosed with Leukemia. Our hearts break for this family. Mom is on her own and we’d like to help her put some presents under the tree for these deserving children. This family lives near a Wal-Mart.

Family #9: This Southern family has 12-year-old quadruplets. They lost their Dad suddenly this year and are having a hard time. We’d like to show them they are not alone. Mom could use some help with small gifts for the girls, so the money she has can be spent on essentials. This family lives near Wal-Mart and Target stores.

Family #10: Adopted This east coast family has 16-year-old Boy, Boy, Girl triplets. One of the boys was diagnosed with cancer. They are a very strong family and they have an amazing attitude, but we’d like to help them have a happy holiday while they go through this difficult time in their lives. Their insurance isn’t covering all their expenses and the trips to the hospital include chemo and surgery. This family lives near a Target and a Wal-Mart store.

Family #11: This Northeast family lost their Mom suddenly a few months ago. Dad is doing his very best, but with four teenagers, life is a struggle while they try to heal. This family has 13-year-old Girl, Girl, Boy triplets and an older brother, age 15. We’d like to help this family this holiday season. This family lives near Wal-Mart.