Published DateTo the editor,
About two weeks ago a letter was published in The Sun from the manager of Liberty House, a shelter for homeless veterans in Manchester, thanking people in the Meredith area for donating coats, sleeping bags and other warm clothing. Through your generosity we delivered two truckloads of winter apparel to Liberty House. Before that we had delivered clothing donated by a drive organized by the UUSL Church in Laconia who continue to support this effort.
They need your help again. With spring approaching, one of their major needs is for gently worn or new sneakers, all sizes 8-13, including 1/2 sizes. They also need food donations of coffee, jam or jelly, canned fruits, spaghetti sauce, spaghetti, dry cereal, cookies, paper towels, spam and beef stew in a can. If you wish to donate any of these items please drop them off at Village Canvas, 31 Foundry Ave. in Meredith by March 22nd.
We ask your help in continuing to support New Hampshire's homeless veterans population, many of whom are combat veterans, by donating to Liberty House.
Liz & Bev Lapham