Adam Irish & Alastair Dacey Fire

152 Portsmouth Ave, New Castle, New Hampshire, was the beautiful home of the early twentieth century artist Edmund Tarbell. His grandson owned the property now. The home tragically burnt to the ground on a cold, windy January 23rd. We will share details as we learn more.
 You can read one of the news reports here.
If you're here, you probably already know and love Adam Irish and Alastair Dacey, the residents of one of the three units in the home. They were caught so off guard by the fire on Saturday that they couldn't even grab their phones or wallets. The recovery for these gentlemen will be challenging. We have already seen such a beautiful outpouring of love from all of you. You have all asked what you can do for Alastair and Adam and it's so hard to name the things they need, so we are beyond grateful for your gifts through this site.


As we can, we will also post the links to help  support the other two displaced families who lived in this beautiful historic home and who have lost everything in the fire.

Here is the link to the Kozmits family's gofundme page.  https://www.gofundme.com/kozmitsfamily

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Organizer and beneficiary

Chloë Ingbretson 
Organizer
New Castle, NH
Norman Alastair Dacey 
Beneficiary
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