Single mother looking for help

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A single mother in Grovetown is recovering from back surgery and hoping for a merry Christ­mas for her three boys, ages 7, 8 and 10.

“I’ve had to borrow money to get them school clothes,” she writes. “I’ve tried to keep them in sports for a positive atmosphere. I can only wish and pray for just enough for them to wake up Christ­mas Day and still believe and have faith that no matter how hard things can get, good things can still happen.”

The Augusta Chronicle Empty Stocking Fund has helped people such as this for 82 years. Last year, the charity raised more than $104,000 that helped children and families across the region.

Donations are tax-deductible. To contribute:

• Mail donations to The Augusta Chronicle’s Empty Stocking Fund, P.O. Box 1928, Augusta, GA 30903-1928.

• Drop off donations at the cashier’s office at The Chronicle News Building, 725 Broad St., weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; and at the Columbia County Bureau, Publix shopping center, 4272 Washington Road, Suite 3B, weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

• Donate online at augustachronicle.com/emptystocking.

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OpenCurtain 12/10/12 - 04:42 pm
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I have been seeing the Empty Stocking fund in the AC

since around 1975 something.

I have always thought if the AC did a 4CIx4CI article on 1 family every few days and personalized it with a picture, MORE would be donated.

I guess we have all become visual readers.

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