Legacy Fund Kickoff!
Gus Scrivanos Kicks off Webster House Legacy Fund with $100,000 Pledge!
LEFT TO RIGHT:
Bob DesMeules, Board Member, Gus Scrivanos, Lou Catano, Executive Director, Mayor Ted Gatsas.
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Colleen Barbarita, Treasurer, Sue Champagne, Vice President, Lou Catano, Executive Director, Gus Scrivanos, NGP Management
The Webster House Legacy Fund was created to help provide for the long term future of the house. Webster House dates back to 1884, when the Amoskeag Mills Corporation and local churches saw a need to provide children with a safe place to live. We’ve been in the same location for 131 years and we continue to strive to do all we can for children who come to live with us. Our expenses are many, and our support from the State covers only about two thirds of our cost. The Legacy Fund will insure that we never have to cut back or reduce services to the many deserving children that come through our doors.
Our friend, Gus Scrivanos of NGP Management (Dunkin Donuts) has jump started our campaign by pledging $100,000. Thank you Gus for your generous donation to the Legacy Fund!
In the next few months, we will be asking you to make a long term pledge to the Webster House. Your support is vital in helping us maintain the highest level of care for the children who come to live at Webster House. Please think about your level of giving and know that you are having a powerful impact on the lives of the children that come through our front door.
Be part of what makes Webster House the special home it is. Thank you in advance for standing up for children in need. Your pledge will mean a great deal to all of us now, and for those we serve over the coming years. Stay tuned for more information about the Legacy Fund. Legacy Fund Kick Off!