Here are the 2023 families. You can read more about our program on our FAQ page.
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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 email@example.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! These gifts will go to any families that are not adopted, are added to the program late, or need help during the year. You may mail your check or gift cards (no packages) to Raising Multiples, PO Box 353, Purchase, NY 10577. Please include the family number you wish to support. 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 Midwestern family has 6 children. The youngest three are girl, boy, boy
triplets born at 25 weeks and are now 16 months old. The triplets spent quite a bit of time in the
NICU, but are doing well now. This family are struggling financially and we’d like to make
their holiday season a little less stressful. The family also includes a 4-year-old boy, a 6-year-old
boy and a 13-year-old girl. The triplets could use 18-24 month clothes and some baby toys. The
4-year-old boy likes hot wheels, monster trucks and soccer. The 6-year-old boy likes dinosaurs,
Pokémon and magnets. The 13-year-old girl likes lotion, perfume and shirts in women’s size
medium. This family lives near a Walmart.
Family #3 ADOPTED – This young Midwest family has girl, boy, boy triplets born at 29
weeks and doing really well. As a young family they are struggling to make ends meet each
month. The children are 15 months old now and wearing size 12 month clothes.
Family #4 – This family of six has a hard-working mom and dad, but times are financially
difficult. The youngest members of the family are twin girls, born at 28 weeks who spent time in
the NICU and are doing okay now. They are 5 months old and wear size 3 month clothes. The
older children are a 13-year-old girl who likes lip gloss and jewelry and a 10-year-old boy who
could use a warm jacket. Gift cards would be helpful for clothing, especially for the older children. They live near a Walmart.
Family #5 – This family suffered the loss of their mobile home in the last hurricane in their
south-central state and are struggling to get their lives back on track. Mom left an abusive
marriage and wants nothing more than for her 6 children to be safe and happy. Mom works two
jobs, but times are tough. The youngest is a 7-year-old boy who wears 5T clothes, 11-year-old
quadruplets girls who wear size 16 girl clothes and a 15-year-old girl who wears 2x women’s
clothes and size 20 pants. We’d like to make their holiday a little easier and help them get back
on their feet. They live near a Walmart.
Family #6 – This family has suffered quite a bit of loss this year. Mom’s father and step mother
both passed within a short time of each other. And they are helping another family who lost their
home, even though they have very little for themselves. This family gas 8-year-old boy, girl, girl
triplets. We’d like to make their holiday special. The boy and one girl wear size 7/8 clothes and size 2 shoes. The other girl wears size 10/12, XL children’s clothes and size 3.5 shoes. She likes
Legos and arts and craft supplies. The boy likes Pokémon, Super Mario and Legos. The other
girl likes dinosaurs and Polly pocket. This family lives near Target and Walmart.
Family #7 – This loving family has had a difficult year. Dad is very sick and has not been able
to work. They have high school age quintuplets. This family could use some gift cards to help
them get through this difficult time. They live near a Sam’s Club, Costco, Walmart, Meijer
Grocery Store, Marshalls, TJ Maxx and Kohls.
Family #8 – This family has 12-year-old girl, girl, girl, boy quadruplets and Mom has cancer.
We’d like to help them while Mom fights to get back to her old self. This family lives near a
Walmart and a Target.
Family #9 ADOPTED – This single Mom has triplets and an older daughter. The triplets have medical issues and they depend on school for many of their meals. They lost their home when Mom left
an abusive marriage in order to protect the whole family. Their grandpa has dementia and also lives with them. This family lives near a Walmart and a Target. Let’s help them afford some of the very basics.
Thank you for sending some holiday cheer to these families!
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