Family Promise of Southern New Hampshire

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2022 Goals:

Family Promise of Southern New Hampshire operates three programs supporting 44 towns throughout Hillsborough and Rockingham counties. Our main Residential Program exists in Nashua, our Diversion/Prevention Program serves the greater community with case management services, and our Supportive Housing Program serves four families in separate homes in the community. In 2022, it is our strategic plan to expand our Supportive Housing Program in the communities we serve, as well as secure a residential facility in Rockingham County.

Fundraising Events:

Our annual fundraising events include Home Stretch 5K, Major Gifts Annual Event, and Homeward Bound Food and Beverage Festival. In addition, we participate in NH Gives and United Way of Greater Nashua annual events such as Over the Edge. We also have an Annual Appeal and several other campaigns throughout the year. Keep an eye on our social media and website for updates and announcements throughout the year.

Giving Opportunities:

We are in year three of our four-year capital campaign.  This is an excellent opportunity for donors to support our most critical needs.  Having recently renovated the Infant Jesus School into a home for our Residential Program for 24 families, this campaign is crucial to our success.

Volunteer Opportunities:

Our volunteers all provide valuable services that impact the lives of the families we serve. These donations of time, talent and treasure mean the world to us, and we are incredibly grateful for their support.  Examples of some available opportunities: spending time onsite evenings and weekends helping with general tasks to support our families, babysitting on Tuesday evenings, helping sort and organize our donations room, cooking evening weekday meals for our families and working at fundraising events.  Individuals and groups (work colleagues, church groups, school groups) alike have found that volunteering makes a big impact in a little bit of time.

Board Officers / Board Members

Randy Brown
Chair
Retired
Mathmatica Corporation

Brian Crawford
Vice Chair
Retired
KLA Corporation

Cheryl Ruane
Treasurer
Raytheon Corporation

Marleen Paquette
Secretary
Residential Mortgage Services/Guild

Rev. Dr. Andrew W. Armstrong
Pastor
First Church Nashua

Diane Bonfiglio
Retired
Ameriprise/RISE Private Wealth Management

Bob Freed
President
Tech Transport, Inc.

Bob Goldstein
Retired
Single Digits, Inc.

Thaika Joseph
Educator

Kathleen Lambert
Kathleen Lambert Realty

Bob Mack
Welfare Officer/Director
Nashua

James Murguia
Solid State Scientific Corporation

Chuck Nuskey
Servpro of Derry/Londonderry

Kevin Rourke
Deputy Chief of Police
Nashua

Marc Siragusa
The Siragusa Group

Scott Wellman
Director
Greater Nashua Mental Health

Dr. Lisa Scheib
Doctor of Internal Medicine
Southern New Hampshire Medical Center

Dusty Klauber
Retired
Hollingsworth and Vose Company

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