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Cancer Ties hosts drive for families battling Cancer

ALBANY, GA (WALB) - A group that provides financial help to cancer patients is now working to help them during the holidays.

Cancer Ties is holding their first ever Christmas drive.

The group is asking for people to donate hygiene products, cleaning supplies and canned goods.

One of the drop off locations is Pets & Pals inside the Albany Mall..

Folks can drop off items through the 19th. They've pledged to help 12 families this Christmas.

"No matter what money always gets tight, and compound that with a family member battling a disease as bad as cancer, sometimes money is not existent,"says Executive Director Carrie Hutchinson.

They're also selling 20 dollar raffle tickets, you can win a golf cart.

Here are some of the drop off locations:
  • Pets & Pals
  • Limbcare Prosthetics & Orthotics
  • Plantation Supply Inc.
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