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Immigrant Family from NAFP in need





Secured

1 Full Mattress
1 Full bed frame 

1 headboard 

1 box spring 

Bedding Full

Bedding Queen

2 dressers

Monetary donations are always welcome and appreciated!! 

Who is thirsty and who needs to blow their noses?


Donated 
5 cases of water bottles & tissue boxes 

Hello - NAPLS Counselors are looking for some water bottles for students who forget to bring one - since the water fountains are closed right now and the students always need tissues!

5 cases of 24 or 36 water bottles

Tissues boxes

Looking for a Queen Size Platform Bed Frame


Collected

Queen bed frame 


We have a single Dad in the NA Food Pantry Area in need of a:

Queen Size Platform Bed Frame

Male Primary School Student needs clothing


A male student is going through a growth spurt and single mom out of work is having difficulty keeping up. 

He wears youth size 14-16 in shirts 

Winter coat youth size 16

Hat and gloves

youth size 10-12 in sports clothes pants

big kids’ size 5 in shoes 

We will accept new and gently used clothing. 

Monetary donations are always welcome and appreciated! 

Single Mother Asylum Seeker in Need of items



Collected 

Twin mattress

Full bed frame

Full mattress

Twin bed frame and box spring

Blankets

Twin pillow set & sham, twin sheet sets

Study desk & chair for the teen

Winter clothing for 13 year old girl

Full comforter/sheet set

Towels

2 house lamps

Winter clothing

sizes XL - 46 year old adult female

We will accept new or gently used items.
Monetary donations are always welcome and appreciated!

Urgent need for financial help


We have a family of 4 in our community who is struggling to make ends meet. The wife is working two jobs and the husband recently had to be go on disability due to a health issue. 
They are behind on payments on their car, their only means of transportation and without that the wife won’t be able to get to and from work. The finance company will repossess the car if the payments are not made on time. 
We know that this family is working really hard to stay on top of payments but could really use some extra help right now. 

We are hoping to raise around $500 to help them. 

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About New Albany

Sarah Ryan, Area Director

Sarah was introduced to neighborhood bridges through her volunteer work with the New Albany Food Pantry where she is the NAFP Manager. She decided it was a nice fit to be NAFP Manager and NA Bridges Area Director. She has lived in New Albany since 1999 with her husband Mark Ryan, Senior Managing Director of BeecherHill in downtown Columbus, OH. Sarah has four children who all went to New Albany Schools; Chris a graduate of the University of Colorado, Colin who attends Michigan State University, Catherine who attends Indiana University and Caroline who attends Xavier University. All volunteer for the NA Food Pantry and NA Bridges when they are home in New Albany. She has two dogs Fenway 10 years old and Indy 1 year old who she loves to run and take for walks.Sarah loves to volunteer at other locations: Dreams on Horseback, Big Brothers/Big Sisters, Pelotonia and St. Stephen’s Community House. For fun, Sarah loves to spend time with her family and friends, she also enjoys staying fit, biking, skiing, running and walking around New Albany.

Vineetha Thomas, Area Director 

Vineetha was introduced to neighborhood bridges through her volunteer work with the New Albany Food Pantry. She instantly felt that this was a great platform to support the local community and decided to get involved. She has lived in New Albany since 2006 and loves the close knit feel of it. Vineetha worked in Convention Sales at Experience Columbus for 10 years before taking a break to spend more time with her family, which comprises of her husband and two boys 8 and 5. In addition to spending time with her family and friends she also enjoys staying fit and getting involved in the community by volunteering at her son’s school, the New Albany Food Pantry and participating in the local Indian community’s cultural activities. 

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