Honor Your Dad on Father’s Day

June 14, 2012 No Comments by CCL Communications

Instead of buying a tie your dad might not ever wear, consider a tribute to him by making a donation to Protect Marriage Maine. Your contribution to help us defend marriage can have a positive impact on future generations of Mainers. Any donation we receive by this Sunday designated “In Memory of” or “In Honor of” will be publicly displayed on the Protect Marriage Maine and Christian Civic League websites. 

“We will gladly promote the names of our supporters who are willing to go public by honoring their living dads or those who have passed away. I am honoring my dad, Carroll Conley, Sr., with a gift of $500, and my wife is honoring her dad, Pastor Tony Leonard with a $500 tribute. I just got off the phone with Rep. Dale Crafts who is honoring his dad, John, with a $100 contribution,” said Carroll Conley, Jr., Executive Director of the Christian Civic League.

This is a great way to encourage individuals to support us and at the same time recognize the indispensable contribution of fathers to our society. If you are giving through your church, include your request for the tribute and ask the church to forward the information to Protect Marriage Maine when they send the collection check. Be sure to include your name, father you are honoring (living) or memorializing, and the amount of your donation. If you don’t want your donation to be publicly displayed, simply make a contribution online or through your church.

If you are giving directly to Protect Marriage Maine, either go on line and fill out the “Donate” page info including the name of your dad, or you can send a check to Protect Marriage Maine at PO Box 288, Augusta, ME 04332. Again, be sure to include your name and the name of the dad you are honoring or memorializing.


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