Center Harbor Businesses Collaborate to Fundraise for the Greater Lakes Region Children’s Auction
Amy Little of Home Comfort, Jennifer Kelley, executive director, Children’s Auction, Thomas Sawyer Jr. of Lakes Region Computer, Jennifer Bukowski of The Maker's Bazaar, Sandra McClaskie of Roughwood, Nick Gagliardi of Gusto Italian Cafe
Center Harbor Businesses Collaborate to Fundraise for the
Greater Lakes Region Children’s Auction
Shop for Good event raises $7,234
LACONIA —The Greater Lakes Region Children’s Auction today announced that a collaborative fundraising event held in Center Harbor recently raised $7,234 for the Greater Lakes Region Children’s Auction.
Businesses participating in the Shop for Good event were Home Comfort, Lakes Region Computer, Gusto Italian Market, Ben and Jerry’s, Roughwood, The Makers Bazaar, and Bayswater Books.
“We are pleased to be able to support an organization that provides basic needs to area children,” said Luke Dupuis, owner at Home Comfort. “The need is still tremendous in the Greater Lakes Region area, but not greater than the hearts, commitment and passion within our community—the real heroes who make the magic happen every year. Together, we help so many, and we are proud to continue making a difference within the greater Lakes Region.”
Over the past four decades, the Greater Lakes Region Children’s Auction has distributed over $7.5 million dollars to nonprofits that serve under-resourced children and families in the area.
To get involved, visit ChildrensAuction.com or call 603-527-0999.