Reformer Christmas Stocking

Friday November 30, 2012

The 76th annual Reformer Christmas Stocking is under way with this year’s goal set at $90,000.

All donations go for the purchase of warm outer wear for children through age 15.

All contributions will be listed daily in the Reformer as requested by the donor. Contributions may also be read on the Reformer website at A form may be found in the paper each day or find information on how to donate on our website.

Contributions, which are tax deductible, and the form, may be sent to: Reformer Christmas Stocking, P.O. Box 703, Brattleboro, VT 05302-0703.

Donors may use their credit cards on PayPal for contributions by visiting Type how you would like your donation to be listed in the Reformer in the "Purpose" line.

Contributions may also be brought to the Reformer office at 62 Black Mountain Road on Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m.


I miss you Kermit. Mother, $50.

In memory of our grandson, Tyler. $50.

To the kids. Ed and Edie, $25.

Remembering Henry, $25.

In memory of Ernie and other loved ones. Celia, $100.

Anonymous, $25.

In memory of our beloved son -- gone 20 years -- never forgotten. Mom and Dad, $20.

Anonymous, $200.

Remembering Marty Fox, our No. 1 Golden Girl. We love you and miss you. Anne, Jane Sandy and Jan, $40.

Remembering Loretta. $25.

In fond memory of Hans Holstein. $75.

Happy Holidays! Judy Hannum, $100.

Anonymous, $100.

To Cleo and Vida. Dad, $30.

Shrine Club Brattleboro Boosters, $500.

In honor of our grandchildren -- Erica, Kara, Ben and Emma -- With love always, Ina and Phil Feidelseit, $100.

Given in love in lieu of holiday gifts to Larry and Laura, Marlene and Jim, Ellen and Dennis, and Lauren and Keith. Ina and Phil Feidelseit, $250.

In loving memory of our grandson Jason Jordan. Gramp and Grandma Ives, $25.

Today: $ 1,740.00

Previous: $13,604.00

Total to Date: $15,344.00


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