Liberty House to Host Touch-A-Truck on May 18

In celebration of Armed Forces Day, Liberty House will host its second annual Touch-A-Truck event on Saturday, May 18, 2024, at 100 William Loeb Drive in Manchester. This family-friendly day supports local veterans struggling with PTSD, housing instability, and other challenges.

Families can explore a diverse lineup of vehicles, including fire trucks, race cars, BearCats, school buses, and propane bobtail trucks. The day is packed with activities suitable for children, such as face painting, a variety of games, and a family-friendly scavenger hunt. Additionally, attendees have the chance to win unique prizes, including a ride to school in a fire truck from the Manchester Fire Department or a HK Power Sports Kawasaki Electrode Motorbike. Ben & Jerry’s food truck and Fungo from the New Hampshire Fisher Cats will also be on hand.

The event runs from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Admission is $5 per person or $20 for a family. Children under age 2 are free. Registration is on-site. For more information, visit libertyhousenh.org/touch-a-truck.

All event proceeds will benefit Liberty House, which provides a substance-free residential program and community pantry, helping veterans regain their independence and build stable futures.

Recent News

CCNH Releases 2023 Program Impact Report

The report reveals significant growth in demand for services throughout calendar year 2023, reflecting the continuous challenges statewide.
Read More >

New Generation Receives $50,000 Grant from M&T Bank’s Amplify Fund

This funding will support New Generation’s ongoing efforts to combat homelessness among mothers and children throughout New Hampshire.
Read More >

New Generation Receives NHCF Grant to Combat Homelessness

New Generation provides safe shelter, transitional housing and stabilization services to local families facing homelessness.
Read More >
See more