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It's time again to
Adopt-a-Family…

Jean Dunbar

Jean Dunbar
President

This year will be our 31st year of helping families through our Adopt-a-Family program.

It began in 1988 helping one family and has snowballed into a perfect program that maintains our anonymity, gives the families a Christmas of a lifetime and our donors feel great because they have been able to help a family who would otherwise have not had a happy holiday.

Please become a Leprechaun Donor, again, or for the first time. Just download the Adopt-a-Family form and if you have questions, please do not hesitate to call Jean at 216-970-0618.

Jean DunbarJean Dunbar,
President

The Leprechaun Foundation has a new phone number…

Please note that our phone number has changed to 216-970-0618.

Congratulations Sister Lenette Marcello on your 50th Anniversary…

Sister Lenette has been the Leprechaun Foundation Corresponding Secretary, since 1998. She has been a great support in many ways, with letters of thanks, reminder messages, catching the misspelled words and grammar issues.

Sister does not drive, and meeting attendance and participation in Leprechaun events is important to her, so she has enlisted the help of Sister Donna Paluf and Sister Gail Sako, who also celebrate 50 years of a very special Journey… More

Making it Matter in May...

Throughout the year, 7th and 8th grade students at Solon Middle School participate in a variety philanthropic and community service projects.

Making it Matter in May - click for details But for one day in May each year, the entire school takes time out of its regular schedule to focus on giving back and making a difference. Each grade level team selects an important cause and develops a project to help support the goals of that organization… More


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