Catholic Charities New Hampshire

2021 Goals:

Thousands of individuals and families across New Hampshire are struggling, overwhelmed with life’s chaos and unable to develop a path forward, whether due to the Covid-19 pandemic or lingering challenges. As one of the state’s largest social services organizations, Catholic Charities New Hampshire provides a wide range of vital services and programs that help individuals remove barriers and build the lives they want to live. We address issues related to poverty, food
insecurity, mental health, substance use, isolation with seniors, homelessness among veterans, and emotional and behavioral disabilities among children. During a time when the demand for our services is greater than ever, we are guided by our vision that those committed to moving their lives forward in the face of crisis deserve every opportunity to succeed.


Fundraising Events:

While we won’t be able to get together in person, our annual Mardi Gras Celebration will be going virtual in 2021, with an exciting new Fat Tuesday (February 16) experience! Have fun with us while supporting emergency needs for New Hampshire residents in crisis. There are several ways to participate, including becoming a Krewe Champion — it’s easy and fun, and you could win some great prizes. Visit cc-nh.org/mardigras for more information, or contact Rosemary at rhendrickx@nh-cc.org. Make sure to tune in to the show on February 16!

Giving Opportunities:

Catholic Charities New Hampshire offers many flexible ways to directly support individuals and families across New Hampshire who are facing increased hardship in these uncertain times. This includes corporate sponsorships, cash gifts, matching gifts, security and mutual fund shares, in-kind gifts, memorial gifts, legacy gifts, vehicle donations and more. We also participate in the AmazonSmile program. Catholic Charities New Hampshire is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. All donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. Ninety-four cents of every dollar raised goes directly back into our programs. Visit cc-nh.org/help to learn more.

Volunteer Opportunities:

Catholic Charities New Hampshire is seeking energetic, talented and passionate individuals for a wide range of volunteer positions. You can enrich the lives of our skilled nursing home residents, provide invaluable friendships for homebound elderly or bring joy to underprivileged children and parents through special events. We accept one-time or ongoing volunteers, with flexible hours on weekdays, evenings and weekends, and opportunities to assist remotely. If you’re looking to find new meaning and purpose through the spirit of volunteerism, visit cc-nh.org/volunteer or call 603-669-3030 to learn more.

 


Board Officers   /   Board Members

Most Rev. Peter Libasci
Chair
Bishop of Manchester

Anu Mullikin
Vice Chair
Auburn

Russ Ouellette
Deputy Vice Chair
Manchester

Deacon Rick Hilton
Treasurer
Wolfeboro

Kevin F. Barrett
Secretary
Holderness

Thomas Blonski
President and CEO
Catholic Charities New Hampshire

Adam Coughlin
Bedford

Kate Baker Demers
Manchester

Kevin P. Desrosiers, MD
Bedford

Patrick Ford, III
Exeter

Dr. Susan D. Huard
Hooksett

Very Rev. Jason Jalbert
Vicar General
Diocese of Manchester

Tina Legere
Manchester

Catharine Mirabile
SHRM-SCP, SPHR
Bedford

John Patenaude
Hudson

E.J. Powers
Bedford

Joseph Raczka
Bedford

Very Rev. Tom Steinmetz
Manchester

 

Categories: Charitable Giving Guide