Liberty House launches Adopt-a-Bill campaign

MANCHESTER – Liberty House Inc. announces the launch of its third annual Adopt-a-Bill campaign. The program is being repeated again this year to help defray or pay utility and other operational household bills incurred by Liberty House, a transitional house for homeless American veterans and located in Manchester.

Last year’s campaign, with the help from donors, a benefit concert and a major defense contractor, raised more than $20,000. Examples of the varied uses of donations include gift cards/gas cards to transitioning-out vets or those achieving self-sufficiency. Though the house accepts most types of material donations, the need for financial strength and stability is most urgent and therefore most requested.

Liberty House donations are tax-deductible. Make checks and/ or money orders payable to: Liberty House Inc., 75 W. Baker St., Manchester, NH 03103.

On the memo section of the check, donors may indicate “Adopt-a-Bill” and also designate the particular bill they wish to contribute to, for example: heat, telephone, electricity; food, gift cards, gas cards or general fund. The goal of the campaign is to raise $20,000 over the next 12 months.

Liberty House is a nonprofit transitional home for homeless, honorably discharged, American veterans.