The Leprechaun Foundation

“Making special dreams come true”

Memorial Day—a way to remember those so special to us…

Jean Dunbar
Jean Dunbar

If you’ve had a family member or loved one that made the greatest sacrifice in service to our country, a special way to remember them this Memorial Day is with a donation in their name to The Leprechaun Memorial Fund.

The national holiday was established to honor those who have died in American wars. Memorial Day was originally called Decoration Day. It originated during the American Civil War, when citizens would place flowers on the graves of those who had died in battle.

Memorial donations to the Leprechaun Memorial Fund benefit the children and families we serve and would be a wonderful way to honor a beloved friend or family member. Memorial contributions are a good portion of the income The Leprechaun Foundation uses for its programs.

Many remember their loved ones on an annual basis with donations for birthdays, wedding anniversaries and special occasions. It’s so satisfying to know that your gift will help hospitalized children experience the miraculous thrill of a dream come true.

If you’d like to add the name of a loved one to this list, please contact us or use the Donation form PDF. Your contribution will be very much appreciated.

Jean Dunbar
Jean Dunbar,

Leprechaun Fair 

Assumption Academy’s Annual St. Patrick’s Day event raises $5,670 in 2022

St. Patrick’s Day Leprechaun Fair raises $5,670 - click for detailsOnce again, the Assumption Academy 8th graders worked hard behind the scenes to prepare carnival-like games for The Leprechaun Fair. This year $5,670 was raised by the fair to continue helping terminally and chronically ill children.

All the students have an opportunity to partake in the games, raffles, and concessions available at the fair—all to help raise money for the Leprechaun Foundation. More