Events, Fundraisers and Food Drives
Manchester Monarchs End of the Year Celebration
Tickets can be purchased online using the link below or by contacting Anthony S. Hegstrom at 603.626.7825 ext.6121.
NewVo Interiors Veteran Support Program: Buy a Chair and support our vets.
NewVo Interiors and Liberty House of Manchester NH have agreed to the following marketing / Donation agreement. NewVo Interiors, a commercial furniture dealership wishes to promote buy local and support local vs expanding sales via the major internet venues. John Reuter, managing member of NewVo Interiors has offered to donate the 15% fee they would pay out to these on line venues to a local charity. Because of the veteran’s contribution to America and our freedom we have chosen Liberty house said John Reuter.
The commitment is: For every Raynor / Eurotech chair purchased on our web site, we will offer the same 15% fee that we would pay to Amazon or E-bay directly to Liberty House for funding their operations or capital improvements.
This offer is for every chair purchased displaying the Liberty House logo on our web site www.newvointeriors.com. We will also offer this same program to corporate buyers notifying us that they wish Liberty House to receive the donation for their corporate purchases.
This link is to all Raynor chairs. http:
Interested in holding a fundraiser for Liberty House? Please contact Jennifer at (603)669-0761 or email@example.com.
New Years Celebration
Thursday, December 14, 2017
This New Years Eve we are ringing in the new year with the Manchester Monarchs. The Monarchs are holding a fundraiser for us and for every ticket sold, $4 will be donated to Liberty House. This is a family friendly event. The game begins at 6pm.
With the help of our dedicated staff, veterans in residence, and local community organizations, Liberty House is working to make positive, successful changes in the lives of the brave men and women who have served our country.
Episode 019: Watching Them Fly
Friday, August 21, 2015
At 17, Mike ran away to join the Army. After enduring years of abuse from his mother, Mike felt liberated, living a “normal” life for the first time.