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2016 Gazette-Mail Charities Campaign Donor List
Geneva Clyburn, $25
Readers of the Charleston Gazette-Mail are clearly filled with the holiday spirit.
The Gazette-Mail Charities holiday fund drive has drawn to a close, and with a handful of last-minute donations, Gazette-Mail readers have topped last year’s total.
Christmas is past and 2017 is just days away, but it’s not too late to keep giving during this holiday season.
“Marsha” and her husband built their home with money they earned from collecting scrap metal. The two still live on their property, even though their marriage has ended and the home has fallen into disrepair.
This 38-year-old Webster County man doesn’t like to show his smile.
The young man had nowhere to go. Homeless, he walked around Charleston’s West Side with his belongings in a backpack.
This Charleston grandmother is doing all she can to make a home for her two young grandchildren, but beds for them would make things easier.
When hungry people come to eat breakfast or lunch at Manna Meal, volunteers don’t ask questions.
For one Sissonville man, a new lift chair would provide him, and his wife, a new lease on life.
With the help of local Salvation Army workers, one area family hopes to regain a sense of normalcy this holiday season after losing their home and possessions in the June floods.
This 86-year-old Charleston woman spends more time focusing on her bedridden husband and her adult son with special needs than looking out for her own medical needs.