Gifts Needed for Adopted Kids and Families

The Connecticut Association of Foster and Adoptive Parents is seeking hats, mittens, books and pajamas.


Editor’s Note: It’s the holiday season and for many, that means something more than finding the perfect gift or going to parties. For social service groups or charities, it’s the time when they reach out for that extra bit of help. Over the next several weeks Patch will profile some of the charitable groups working in your towns and tell you what they need.

Connecticut Association of Foster and Adoptive Parents




The agency, located on the Silas Deane Highway, provides support services, training and advocacy for licensed foster and adoptive families statewide. In addition, the agency provides support, training and advocacy for all licensed foster and adoptive families in the state, and offers a Children's Hope Fund that allows it to grant wishes for foster children and adoptive youth.



Gifts or gift cards for older youth; mittens, hats, pajamas, books, toys, etc.



Monetary donation for the Children's Hope Fund that provides funding for opportunities, such as music lessons, sports camp, dance lessons, scholar trips, etc.



Heather LaCasse, Outreach Coordinator



2189 Silas Deane Highway   

Rocky Hill, 06067


*Source: Connecticut Council for Philanthropy's Holiday Wishlist.


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