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December 03. 2012 7:48PM

Santa Fund donations for Dec. 4, 2012

Manchester Rotary President Robert Tourigny presents Shannon Sullivan, community relations manager for the New Hampshire Union Leader, with a Santa Fund donation. Also pictured are Rotary Vice President Jeanine Tousignant and Treasurer Mark Burns.
Amount: $1,000
How Funds are raised: Cruising Downtown Car Show
Reason for Giving: The Manchester Rotary Club seeks to make donations that will improve the quality of life of children in Manchester. (DAVID LANE/UNION LEADER)

Rotary Club of Manchester -- $1,000.00

Donated by Jane and David Charlesworth in memory of David Y. Guimont -- $100.00

Merry Christmas to all of the Hooksett, Candia & Manchester children, our #1 priority. By John Lyscars, Founder H.E.L.P. (Higher Education Lifts People) -- $100.00

In Loving Memory of our parents, Roger & Jeannine Carrier and Kenneth & Lorraine Lewis. You are loved, missed and live forever in our hearts from John, Cindy, Ryan & Allie Lewis -- $25.00

In memory of Edmund and Doris Kaffel, our loving, caring and unselfish parents who are missed now more than ever from your children Sandy, Candy and Scott -- $100.00

For those who are less fortunate than I have been this year. By Maureen Lein -- $50.00

In loving memory of Edward and Nancy Filip from Dana, Melissa and Darby -- $50.00

Grateful for all our blessings. God bless everyone! By Elaine & Chris -- $15.00

In loving memory of our dads, Ben Roy and Michael DeVita, and brother, Steve Roy. Forever in our hearts. By Judi & Wayne DeVita -- $25.00

In memory of Silent Keys Paul K1NL and Lou WA1HGE. By Barry and Mary Whittemore, NF1O and NE1F -- $100.00

In honor of all our servicemen and women who have preserved our freedoms. By Pat & Jean McGiffin -- $100.00

In memory of my best friend, Diann Ball. She loved the Christmas season and giving to others. By Patti Dydo -- $100.00

Donated by Michael Bayko -- $100.00

In memory of my husband, Joseph Dyrkacz. By Mary Dyrkacz -- $50.00

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. By the Sapienza family -- $200.00

In loving memory of my husband, Edwin "Ed" Locke. Love and miss you. By Marion and family -- $50.00

Anonymous -- $50.00

In memory of my husband, Don L. Parker. Love and miss you from Barb -- $25.00

In memory of Therese Miville. By Thomas and Susan Rankin -- $50.00

In memory of Isabelle and Ella. By David and Elaine Powell -- $25.00

Donated by the Nerdens -- $50.00

In memory of Janine C. Boisvert. By Marcia & Ronald Turmel -- $30.00

In memory of William & Lena Dollard and George & Elizabeth Bartholomew. By Don & Ann Dollard -- $50.00

In memory of Michael Dollard. By Don & Ann Dollard -- $25.00

In memory of Bishop Leo O'Neil. By Don & Ann Dollard -- $25.00

Anonymous -- $20.00

Today's Total: $2,515.00

Previous Total: $51,273.76

Total to Date: $53,788.76

How to donate

Santa Fund donations can be made by completing the online form by clicking "Donate" below or send a check to:

c/o New Hampshire Union Leader
P.O. Box 9555
Manchester, NH 03108

You can also drop off the printed form in our newspaper and a donation in the Santa Fund box at the Union Leader, 100 William Loeb Drive in Manchester from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday. We will also have a donation drop box at the Intown Manchester Holiday Market on Thursday, November 29 and every Thursday in December.

Share a holiday greeting

With your donation, the Union Leader will publish a short holiday message in the newspaper. Just write it up exactly as you would have it appear, printing clearly, and mail it along with your donation. If you prefer to donate online, follow the link on the page following the transaction to submit a Christmas message.

For more information, please contact Shannon Sullivan, Union Leader Community Relations Manager, at (603) 206-7833 or ssullivan@unionleader.com

The Union Leader Santa Fund is a community tradition that has supported the Salvation Army for more than 50 years. The Santa Fund was first established at the Post Office Fruit in Manchester after a chance 1959 meeting between the Salvation Army major and the then-editor of the Union Leader.

In its first year, the Santa Fund brought in $1,000 to support the Salvation Armys Christmas effort. Since then, the Santa Fund has raised nearly $6.8 million, thanks to the generosity of the community and local businesses. Santa Fund dollars continue to provide warm clothing, meals and toys during the holidays, as well as support Kids Caf, summer camps and other critical programs throughout the year. Last year's drive brought in over $240,000 thanks to the generosity of local businesses and residents, bringing the lifetime total to nearly $6.8 million.

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