“We have thirty girls temporarily living in Family Service of Rhode Island homes. We are asking the community to partner with us to make Christmas morning extra special this year,” said Maggie Slane, who heads fundraising for the non-profit.

She noted that the girls, who are from various communities, have histories of abuse and other issues making it unsafe to be with their families. “Some of these girls, as part of their healing, will eventually move to foster and adoptive homes. This Christmas, however, they will be in one of our shelters.”

**funds exceeding our goal will be used to benefit our shelter programs and be spent personal needs, capital improvements, education and support resources.** 

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“We have thirty girls temporarily living in Family Service of Rhode Island homes. We are asking the community to partner with us to make Christmas morning extra special this year,” said Maggie Slane, who heads fundraising for the non-profit.

She noted that the girls, who are from various communities, have histories of abuse and other issues making it unsafe to be with their families. “Some of these girls, as part of their healing, will eventually move to foster and adoptive homes. This Christmas, however, they will be in one of our shelters.”

**funds exceeding our goal will be used to benefit our shelter programs and be spent personal needs, capital improvements, education and support resources.**