Catholic Charities New Hampshire

2022 Goals:

Our goal is to help more individuals and families across New Hampshire move beyond crisis to more stable lives, whether it’s a child born into a home with limited resources, a family fighting to make ends meet or a senior citizen unable to afford enough food.

Anyone, regardless of religion, race, gender or age, can access our wide range of services to help them, at any stage of their struggle, foster sustainable solutions and create paths to self-sufficiency. We address needs through compassion and understanding, promoting the dignity and common good of all. For more than 75 years, we have helped bring meaningful change to hundreds of thousands of lives. Most of our services are now accessible to individuals in any town or city, virtually or by phone.


Fundraising Events:

Our annual Mardi Gras Gala will once again be virtual this year! It will include a virtual auction and gamebook, with plenty of chances to win fun prizes. Proceeds benefit Catholic Charites’ programs that assist New Hampshire individuals and families facing hardship. Visit cc-nh.org/mardigras for more information or contact Rosemary at rhendrickx@nh-cc.org. Additionally, Liberty House (a program of Catholic Charities NH) will be hosting its 8th Annual Veterans Day Breakfast on November 5, 2022 at LaBelle Winery (Derry) to support the homeless and at-risk veterans it serves. Contact Ashley at ashley@libertyhousenh.org for more information.

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 always looking for energetic and talented individuals for various volunteer positions. Opportunities range from delivering food or providing rides for homebound seniors through our CareGivers (Greater Manchester and Greater Nashua) and Monadnock at Home (Monadnock Region) programs, providing assistance for our Liberty House (serving homeless and community veterans) and New Generation (serving homeless pregnant and single mothers and their children) programs, or assisting at our senior living communities statewide, as well as regular event and administrative support. We accept one-time or ongoing volunteers, with flexible hours and opportunities to assist remotely. To find new meaning and purpose through the spirit of volunteerism, visit www.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

Jeff McLean
Portsmouth

Catharine Mirabile
Bedford

John Patenaude
Hudson

E.J. Powers
Bedford

Very Rev. Tom Steinmetz
Manchester

 

 

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