HELP US RENOVATE THE CRISIS CENTER OF CENTRAL NEW HAMPSHIRE IN 2018
The ProcessThe 2018 project has already been selected, but any non-profit organization with a facility in need of extensive rehabilitation or improvements is urged to follow Building on Hope’s work and apply for a later renovation project. Read More
How You Can HelpAt Building on Hope, our motto is 'Many hands make light work.' There are several ways that individuals and businesses can help. View our full list of sponsorship, donation and volunteer opportunities. Read More
Donate TodayDonate Funds and/or Materials. A list of needed items will be posted once the scope of the 2018 project is known, but email our co-Chair Karen Van Der Beken if you have building materials or other resources that might be useful. We are also soliciting pledges toward the 2018 project. Send a note to Karen regarding your interest and we will notify donors once the beneficiary organization has been chosen. E-mail Now
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"Many hands make light work..."
Building on Hope started out as a conversation between two friends. In the midst of the 2008 recession, it was clear that non-profits were struggling to keep their doors open and provide necessary services to the people that needed them most. They asked the question: "Wouldn't it be wonderful if it were possible to organize a group of community-minded individuals that could affect real change in their community?" Their answer was to gather others, join together, and help where it was needed most.
From the first project at Easter Seals, to subsequent projects at Girls' Inc. Manchester, Opportunity Networks and MPAL, that group of volunteers has grown and evolved into a sophisticated network of generous and talented professionals from all industries and locations across New Hampshire. Each one giving what they can to amount to a game-changing gift to a local organization.
We are pleased with our progress, but look forward to the future. The Crisis Center of Central New Hampshire will be a large undertaking filled with unique challenges, and we hope to exemplify and enhance the great work that CCCNH is doing through this community-supported building renovation.
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