Harbor Care

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2022 Goals:

Over the past four decades Harbor Care has been at the forefront, taking on some of the most pressing challenges facing our community: severe mental illness, chronic and veteran homelessness, HIV/AIDS, the opioid epidemic and COVID-19. In 2022 we are focused on three key priorities:

  • Ending veteran homelessness in NH
  • Ending chronic homelessness in greater Nashua
  • Continued response to COVID-19, including vaccination of vulnerable populations at our health center for the homeless

Fundraising Events:

Dignity of Home Event — Winter is here and our outreach teams are racing to reach people living outdoors, in cars and other unstable situations. Dignity of Home is a 100-day virtual event, during the coldest months of the year, to raise money and provide stable housing and critical supports to individuals and families. Learn more at www.harborcarenh.org/dignityofhome

Giving Opportunities:

How your support can help:

  • $50 — Survival kits (socks, hat, blanket, personal care/hygiene supplies)
  • $100 — Employment supports (training, certification, work clothing)
  • $500 — Welcome Home kit: essentials for family moving from homelessness into home (food, linens, dish/cookware, etc.)
  • $1,000 — 1 year of comprehensive supports for a veteran moving out of homelessness and on the path to success

Ways to give:

Cash, appreciated stocks, IRA distribution, cryptocurrency or monthly donation. Contact donations@harborcarenh.org for more information or visit www.harborcarenh.org/donate to make a donation.

Volunteer Opportunities:

Volunteers can provide administrative support in finance and HR, help advance our marketing/communications, fundraising efforts, and help facilities with landscaping, painting, light carpentry and more.

Board Officers   /   Board Members

Dan Sallet
Chair
BAE Systems

Rick Plante
Vice Chair
U.S. Army (retired)

Jared Freilich
Treasurer
Bank of America

Joel Jaffe
Secretary
Hewlett Packard (retired)

Thomas Arnold
Former City Solicitor, Manchester

Vijay Bhatt
Harvard Pilgrim

Vince Chamberlain
FAA Center (retired)

Rosemarie Dykeman
Social Services

Sekondi Foster
BAE Systems

Laurie Goguen
Linahan Limousine

Dr. Alison Madden
St. Joseph’s Hospital

Lanna Martin
BAE Systems

Ed McDonough
Gate House Treatment

Categories: Charitable Giving Guide