Please Help the Salem Children's Village If You Can...

salem imagesBack in 1978, Louise and I started a community for abused children, the New England Salem Children's Village, on Stinson Lake in Rumney, New Hampshire.  A decade later we added a school to the property, the Hunter School, for ADHD kids.  Both are 501(c)3 charities and all contributions are tax-deductible.  And both are doing wonderful work with very, very needy children, and doing it on a shoestring because state payments for kids in care are both being cut and often being paid months late.
They need your help - whether it's $25 or $50 or more.  With Salem and Hunter, ALL of your donation goes directly to the program and the children.  As this tax year comes to an end, please consider www.salemchildrensvillage.organd/or www.hunterschool.org in your holiday giving.

Warm holiday wishes and Happy New Year,

Thom

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Theodore 10 years 3 weeks ago
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7/21/10

Thom,

I went to the bottom of the "Thom Hartmann Show" and didn't find a place to donate to the Salem village. I think I can send a check but where to? I hope Shannon is all right now. Why don't you liberal talk show hosts get together and organize a huge march on Wash. to address she war and the bad financial policies? I'm a retired person living on SS and a pension. If I'm frugal, I'm all right but the generations after me won't be. Tell these politicians that they work for us, not the other way around! They can't just demand our vote and our taxes and then do whatever they want.

This is a fascist state. We've seen it over and over, especially recently.

I'll look again for an address.

Jean

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