The Augusta Chronicle's Empty Stocking Fund raised $113,962.39 this holiday season, helping almost a thousand families, caregivers and children across the region have a better Christmas.
Make a secure online donation >>The Augusta Chronicle's Empty Stocking Fund raised $113,962.39 this holiday season, helping almost a thousand families, caregivers and children across the region have a better Christmas.The effort continued the newspaper's 84-year-old tradition of helping those struggling through economic challenges.
An Augusta father and mother have lost time on the job because both have faced recent health challenges.
An Augusta family is coping with a child's illness this Christmas and past bills.
An Augusta mother of four, now divorced, is trying to pay bills and find a Christmas for her children despite a problem pregnancy and the discovery of tumors.
A local mother hopes for a little bit of Christmas for her children this holiday.
An Augusta father lost his job in October and now his family is struggling to make ends meet.
A mother in Thomson now separated from her husband is trying to finish college while caring for two young daughters.
We extend a hearty thank-you to everyone who has given before, and sincere thanks in advance to those of you who will.
A house fire has destroyed almost all the possessions of an Augusta mother and her four children.