Crotched Mountain Foundation

Offering a Lifelong Alliance to People with Disabilities

2020 Goals:

Since 1953, Crotched Mountain Foundation, one of New England’s most iconic nonprofit organizations, has worked towards one goal: helping children, students and adults with disabilities achieve maximum independence to live a great life in the community.

Our programs include day and residential education at Crotched Mountain School on our beautiful campus in Greenfield, NH, autism services for young children at Ready Set Connect, accessible sports and recreation, and community-based services for seniors and adults with unique needs throughout New Hampshire.

Through fundraising, events, and corporate and individual engagement, our aim is to bring more people than ever before into the gravitational pull of Crotched Mountain’s life-changing work.


Fundraising Events:

You can get involved with our events as a participant, volunteer or sponsor! Call 603-547-1486 or visit crotchedmountain.org/events for details. Crotched Mountain’s events include the Boston Bruins Alumni Classic held at Saint Anselm College, the Winnipesaukee Volleyball Classic, which supports Ready Set Connect’s autism services, the annual Crotched Mountain Golf Classic, and the Corks for a Cause wine reception.


Giving Opportunities:

Your generosity will help children, students and adults with disabilities at Crotched Mountain School and throughout New Hampshire. Become a monthly sustainer (where your donation really adds up); connect your business as an event sponsor or through our matching gift program; learn more about giving securities, charitable gift annuities or bequests; or just give when you can! Please visit crotchedmountain.org/donate. You will make a tremendous impact in the lives of New Hampshire’s most vulnerable residents.


Volunteer Opportunities:

Individual and group volunteers can gain an unforgettable experience at Crotched Mountain. The possibilities for donating your time and talents are endless: pitching in with special one-day projects, helping children and adults with disabilities experience outdoor adventures through Crotched Mountain Accessible Recreation and Sports, volunteering at an event, beautifying our campus — you name it! There are also internship opportunities available. Visit crotchedmountain.org/connect to get involved.


Board Officers   /   Board Members

Nancy VanVranken, M.D.
Chair

Henry Veilleux
Vice Chair
Sheehan Phinney Capitol Group

Bruce King
Treasurer
New London Hospital

Benjamin F. Gayman, Esq.
Secretary
Devine Millimet & Branch

Ethan Arnold
The Chartis Group

Raymond Benoit
RTM Communications

Michael Coughlin
President and CEO,
Crotched Mountain Foundation

Deanna S. Howard
Interim CEO
Valley Regional Healthcare

Leslie Kenney
Crotched Mountain parent

Darcy Mitchell
Colby-Sawyer College

James C. Piet
New Hampshire Vocational
Rehabilitation

Cynthia Yuknewicz
Crotched Mountain parent

Categories: Charitable Giving Guide

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