October 15, 2021

Rehoboth Blizzard of Giving, Inc.


The Rehoboth Blizzard of Giving, Inc. is incredibly grateful for the generosity of the community in 2020! It truly was a "Blizzard of Giving"! As we plan for the 2021 season, we realize this is the 20th year for the snowflake project, Wow! We are grateful to you! May God bless you for all for your support! Thank you for allowing us to continue to be available for those Rehoboth families with children in need.

As always, we welcome your participation and support of our mission. As in past years, there will be gift request boards located around town and boxes for drop off. Please check the November issue of the Rehoboth Reporter or our website www.rehobothblizzardofgiving.org  for information on: Snowflake board locations/ gift drop- off locations and information on adopting children/families. At this time, the best way to provide support is by providing gift cards, and tax-deductible monetary donations. Checks should be made out to "Rehoboth Blizzard of Giving, Inc." and mailed to Rehoboth Blizzard of Giving, Attn: Cathy Edington, 61 Reservoir Ave., Rehoboth, MA 02769. *We serve Rehoboth children who are minors or dependents in need. For those in need of assistance we have forms available on our website www.rehobothblizzardofgiving.org  by request. These completed forms MUST be received, by the first week of November - no later than November 8th- of course earlier than November would be wonderful! We do not accept mailed lists that are not on these forms mentioned above. We continue to provide birthday support and a form for that support is also available on the website or by request. Questions may be directed through the website, mrs.mbrawley@gmail.com  or by calling Maureen Brawley at (508)- 252-4867. All personal information will be kept confidential. We thank everyone for all they do to make this project so successful!

God bless,
Maureen Brawley, Cathy Edington, & Colleen Mc Bride


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