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Springfield Luminary Fund Seeks Sponsors

This year's luminary to benefit

For those of you who helped sponsor last year, we once again would like to thank you for all of your support.

This year will be our fourth consecutive year running the Springfield Luminary Fund, a non-profit organization designed to benefit various Springfield Community causes. The vision of the organization is to “Light Up Springfield," lining the streets with candlelight luminaries on New Year’s Eve.

In only three years, over $18,000 has been distributed to groups in the Springfield Community. Past recipients have been, The Springfield First Aid Squad, The Springfield Turf Foundation, several Jonathan Dayton varsity sports programs, YMCA child care program, Springfield Free Public Library, and Springfield residents most affected by Hurricane Irene.

This year's new recipients will be the Jonathan Dayton High School’s Marching Band, and Springfield Community Seniors at Sarah Bailey.

We are looking for sponsors/donations from businesses like yours. During a time when businesses are clamping down on costs, being one of our sponsors is the most cost effective way to spend your advertising dollars. Not that your donation is purely for advertising, but the fact is, where else can you give back to the residents in the community that support you… and in return, have your business name viewed by over 5,000 residential homes; be seen by parents of our school age children through backpacks, and be written about in the Patriot Times and Springfield Patch.

This is a win – win donation! We need your help.

Please see attached form and consider making a donation. We need sponsors by Nov. 30 to make sure we get your name on our mailings.

Thank you in advance for your generosity and contributions. Should you have any questions, please contact us at 973-912-4337 or email madzikowski@verizon.net. You mayalso go to our web page at www.Springfieldluminaryfund.com
Sincerely,
Michael and Carrie Dzikowski, Dana and Vince Gatto, Co-founders and Organization Officers

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