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By the Numbers

In the past year, you provided vital support for 1-in-12 New Hampshire residents. This includes:

  • 2,516 individuals and families creating pathways out of poverty and developing solutions that allow them to become self-sufficient and successfully navigate future life challenges (Community Services).
  • 518 homebound and disabled seniors able to remain living independently in their own homes and retain access to essentials and medical needs through food delivery, transportation and emotional support (CareGivers).
  • 309 individuals acquiring the skills to better cope with difficult situations and become more resilient in the face of life’s daily challenges (Mental Health Counseling Services).
  • 229 struggling and homeless veterans gaining the support and assistance to get back on their feet, regain their independence and build stable futures (Liberty House).
  • 132 single mothers and children escaping environments of violence, life on the streets and other traumatic pasts, building self-sufficient futures for their children within safe, stable and supportive home environments (New Generation).

Who you help

Christina is a single mother who has worked tirelessly to build a life for her three children, all of who face their own disabilities and challenges. Read more.

Kassandra is a bright young woman with a strong ambition, but yet something was always in the way of achieving her dreams. Read more.

Jolie was 18, with a newborn, and suddenly homeless. She was scared, hopeless and felt the weight of the world crashing down. Read more.

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