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  1. Easing isolation at ChristmastimeRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Burlington Times News

    It's not easy being alone. And for those who are, holidays can be excruciating. Some don't even have any family.


  2. Love Enough to Share: Christmas is coming -- but for all?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 30 | Burlington Times News

    Starting today, look on the front of the Times-News every day to see how many days remain until Christmas. Here's another measure of how much remains before Christmas: hundreds of children.


  3. Love Enough to Share: Simple gifts make a differenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 29 | Burlington Times News

    Not all the Christmas shoppers you see are buying gifts for family members and friends. Some are buying gifts for people they don't even know - people who will have to spend their Christmas in an institution.


  4. Love Enough to Share: ArChristmas gifts ready to goRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 28 | Burlington Times News

    The folks at The Arc of Alamance County don't need to be reminded: Volunteers met Monday to package their gifts. This year, they bought and wrapped gifts for 45 local residents, plus 31 residents of group homes in Butner and elsewhere.


  5. Program helps RTSA go the extra mileRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 27 | Burlington Times News

    "We get calls every day trying to get someone into treatment for their alcoholism, drug addiction and/or mental illness," Ron Osborne, executive director at Residential Treatment Services of Alamance, has said. Addicts feel hopeless, Osborne says, and can see no way out.


  6. Love Enough to Share: Some people can't take much for grantedRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 26 | Burlington Times News

    The six organizations that take part in Love Enough to Share, the Times-News' annual charity fundraiser, aim to help people who can't afford to take for granted the items that so many of us do, people who regard the rest of us as living in luxury just because we have basic necessities. In Alamance County, they're helped in particular by The Salvation Army's Shoes With Love program, Residential Treatment Services of Alamance's Santa's Helper program, the National Alliance on Mental Illness' Operation Santa Claus, Christmas Cheer, the Arc of Alamance County's ArChristmas Fund, and the Foster Children's Christmas Fund.


  7. Kids rescued, but they still need their ChristmasRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 25 | Burlington Times News

    The Foster Children's Christmas Fund has been helping Alamance County children for 30 years. These kids have been rescued from abuse or neglect, and placed in foster care.


  8. 'Tis the season to help thy neighborRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 24 | Burlington Times News

    A provider's work hours are cut. A caregiver needs emergency surgery. Some Alamance County children want for food and clothing.


  9. Love Enough to Share: Help the hospitalized at ChristmasRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 23 | Burlington Times News

    A number of children and adults from our community face spending their holidays hospitalized in Butner. For them, Operation Santa Claus can be a godsend.


  10. Love Enough to Share: The ArChristmas Fund helps those in group homesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 22 | Burlington Times News

    The Arc of Alamance County works to keep individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities and their families from falling through the cracks during the holidays. The Arc's ArChristmas Fund provides Christmas gifts for Alamance County residents living in area group homes or at the Murdoch Center in Butner.


  11. Love Enough to Share: Help RTSA help Santa this yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 21 | Burlington Times News

    Alamance and Caswell county residents get priority, but RTSA serves all North Carolinians, offering nonhospital detoxification, facility-based crisis services, and residential services to alcoholics, addicts and individuals with mental illness. RTSA clients are committed to their recovery, and the organization is there to help them 24 hours a day.


  12. For service, look to The Salvation ArmyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 20 | Burlington Times News

    The organization serves tens of millions of meals to people in need. It's also distributed food, household items, protective equipment and hygiene items in people in need.


  13. Help some foster kids with ChristmasRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 19 | Burlington Times News

    Christmas is supposed to be a happy occasion, right? Shouldn't children be able to expect that? Especially if their lives have gotten off to a rough start? That's why the Foster Children's Christmas Fund exists: to make Christmas happy for children who have been placed in foster homes because the Department of Social Services determined that they were in danger in their own homes. The fund's committee uses donations to purchase clothing, sports equipment, toys, games, books and bicycles to ensure that each kid, whether 2 months old or 17 years old, can have some of the joy on Christmas morning that so many people can almost take for granted.


  14. Love Enough to Share: Annual charity drive gets underwayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 17 | Burlington Times News

    For the 26th year, the Times-News is joining forces with six Alamance County charities in Love Enough to Share.


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