Holiday Giving
Holiday Giving
From the Alumni Cares Network

In an effort to give back to those less fortunate, MARR’s Alumni community is partnering with the Gwinnett Children’s Shelter to deliver gifts (and smiles!) to children ages 12 to 17. Adolescents who come from a troubled family life often turn to drugs and alcohol for temporary relief and thus, are more prone to addiction. The Alumni at MARR want to carry the message of recovery to these individuals and offer hope this holiday season by contributing to Angel Tree gift-giving.

Donate any of the following items to the MARR Administration building or the Women’s Recovery Center between now and Friday, December 7. Or, click here to make a monetary donation (be sure to check the ‘Holiday Giving’ box). Thank you for your kindness and generosity.

“No one has ever become poor from giving.” –Anne Frank

Angel Tree Ideas
Gifts for Girls and Boys (12 to 17 years old)

Hooded Sweatshirts
(all colors and sizes)
Small Boom-Boxes/Stereos/Radios
Model Cars/ Planes
(that can be assembled by the kids/non-toxic glue)
Pocket Games
(small electronic games)
Deck of Cards
(i.e. Axe, Polo, Cool Water, Britney Spears)
(boxes, earrings, necklaces, etc.)
Remote Control Cars
Gift Cards
(i.e. music store, hair salon, nail salon, shoe store, etc.)
Gift Cards to Restaurants
(i.e. McDonald’s, Chick-fil-A, etc.)
Flat Irons
Blow Dryers
Curling Irons
Stuffed Animals
Slipper Socks
Sweat Bands
Bath/Body Kits
(both genders)
Make-Up/ Make-Up Brushes, Make-up Bags
Hair Bows
Water Bottles
(all music types, no Parental Advisory)
Relaxers/Perms for Blacks
(Optimum, TCB, Motions)
(i.e. Zumba, Michael Jackson The Experience, music, fitness, adventure, etc.)
Wii Accessories

Please remember all items must be new and unwrapped.

We will also be accepting clothes and diapers for the children of MARR’s Right Side Up (RSU) program. You may donate clothes for boys and girls from newborns to 11 years old.

Thank you for participating in Angel Tree gift-giving for the Gwinnett Children’s Shelter, as well as helping provide for the dependent children at RSU. Please call Alison Broderick at 678-805-5114 if you have any questions or concerns.