We were so thrilled and grateful for another opportunity to team up with the great folks at WFSB 3 and Better CT to bring you our first ever holiday gift guide!
We’ve compiled a list of fun and reasonably priced gifts that we know will please everyone on your list!
Here is the segment along with a detailed list of all featured items below…and please remember to consider giving to those who need it most – some of our favorite charities are listed below as well!
For Hostess, Teacher, Neighbor, Mail Carrier, etc:
Please don’t forget all of the amazing charities out there that could so greatly benefit from your generous giving.
Here are some charities that are close to our hearts:
JDRF – Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation: A recent statistic stated that the rate of type 1 diabetes in kids under 18 will triple in the next 2 decades…Help the Doyle family continue their mission is to find a cure for type 1 diabetes (T1D) and its complications through the support of research at: https://www2.jdrf.org/site/Donation2?2376.donation=form1- &df_id=2376
Johnny’s Jog: Inspired by an amazing neighborhood boy, Johnny Moran, who has bravely battled an unknown neuromuscular condition since birth. Johnny’s Jog works with the community to raise awareness and funds for multiple local non-profit children’s organizations including the Covenant Preparatory School of Hartford, Molly Ann Tango Memorial Foundation and The Miracle League of CT: http://www.johnnysjog.com/
Colin’s Crew: Committed to spreading comfort and joy to local families affected by childhood cancer through meal & snack deliveries, oncology family special events and adopt-a-family holiday program: http://www.colins-crew.org/
CT Down Syndrome Congress: Dedicated to improving the lives of persons with Down syndrome. Their vision is to see a world where our children, our brothers, our sisters, and our friends who have Down Syndrome are included in all aspects of life, are empowered to meet their needs and are recognized for their contributions: www.ctdownsyndrome.org
National Ovarian Cancer Coalition: The mission of the NOCC is to save lives by fighting tirelessly to prevent and cure ovarian cancer, and to improve the quality of life for survivors: www.ovarian.org