Well Sense Health Plan and Salvation Army Donate Holiday Items to Berlin Families

This December, employees from Well Sense Health Plan donated a variety of items to two Berlin families in need through the Salvation Army’s Adopt-A-Family program. The Adopt-A-Family program is designed for volunteers to “adopt” eligible families during the holiday season and help provide those families with wish list items.
Through the Adopt-a-Family program, volunteers purchase items on the wish list for all members of the family, from clothing to toys. During the holiday season, people often donate toys and games for children, but forget that parents are also in need. The goal of the Salvation Army’s program is to provide necessities for the entire family in the winter, so that parents can continue to focus on paying regular monthly bills instead of worrying about holiday shopping.
Well Sense Health Plan adopted two families from Berlin, and purchased winter coats, boots, pajamas, everyday clothing and toys for each family, in addition to $150 in gift cards.
Well Sense Health Plan is a nonprofit managed care organization committed to providing the highest quality healthcare to underserved residents of New Hampshire. Well Sense Health Plan partners with local organizations that share the same mission to expand their reach and resources across the state to help as many individuals as possible get access to the resources and healthcare they need.