By Matthew McCully – Throughout the month of April, the Dixville Foundation is asking locals to sport a temporary ‘Support the Difference.com’ tattoo and share photos on social media. The goal of the campaign is to support people with autism spectrum disorders in their need for better integration into society, increase visibility for the foundation and encourage donations to sustain activities and projects undertaken to help individuals with autism spectrum disorder and their families. “We’re trying something different,” explained Dixville Home Foundation Executive Director Donald Warnholtz. “We were looking at ways to build up visibility,” he said, adding that the way people donate to charitable organizations has changed a lot over the years. See full story in the Thursday, March 28 edition of The Record.