10 Years of Breast Cancer Support

2019 marks 10 years that we at Captain Lord Mansion have been doing our part to face breast cancer and help support those it has affected. Inn owners Bev Davis and Rick Litchfield are as committed to the fight against this dreadful disease as they were when they started this campaign. We invite you to participate with us in this year’s 10th Annual Lois Ann Fincher Memorial “Time for Dime” Campaign. The namesake of this incredibly important campaign, Bev Davis’ sister, lost her life to the disease in 2003 and her memory continues to be honored so that women everywhere will have a fighting chance.

Two sets of hands holding a pink ribbon for breast cancer

In 2019 we are, once again, making our donation from the proceeds of this campaign to My Breast Cancer Support, an amazing non-profit organization based out of Portsmouth, New Hampshire. They are a 501c3 charitable organization that provides household assistance, family support, living expenses, travel scholarships, and complimentary wellness programs to deserving women from Portsmouth, NH to Sanford, Maine.

Woman wearing a pink bandana over a bald head and a pink sweater flexing her arm muscle and smilingHere’s How You Can Participate

We need your help to make this years’ Time for Dime a success. The good news is that participating is incredibly easy and, just by staying at the Inn, you too can contribute to this incredible cause. In addition to these donations, at the conclusion of the campaign in November, selected breast cancer survivors from the New England area will will get to stay at the Inn for two nights, with our compliments.

If you have a survivor in your life that you would like to nominate for this free getaway, please email us at innkeeper@captainlord.com. Tell us why this person deserves to be nominated and be sure to include their phone number, mailing address, and email address.

Man and woman with yellow coat smilingA Personal Thank You From Captain Lord Mansion

For the women and their loved ones who are suffering or whose lives have been affected by this terrible diagnosis, this is for you. We know that what we offer to these survivors may be small in the grand scheme of things, but believe that no act is insignificant, and no contribution is too small. This is why we continue to ask for your help and thank you for your continued support. Here’s to all of you and here’s to 10 more years of fighting the good fight.