New Hampshire Coalition to End Homelessness
As an increasing number of families and individuals struggle with obtaining and sustaining stable housing in New Hampshire, the NH Coalition to End Homelessness (NHCEH) works with partners across the state to research and implement the most effective ways to prevent and end homelessness. We identify solutions, educate providers on best practices, and empower people, some of whom are currently homeless, to advocate on behalf of all those who experience homelessness in our state. In 2020, we aim to continue helping young people who have experienced homelessness access higher education through our Hope Starts Here Scholarship. Similarly, our Granite Leaders Program will raise the voices of those who have experienced homelessness by providing them with the skills they need to inform positive change in communities across New Hampshire. Also in 2020, the NHCEH will initiate the New Hampshire Homelessness Advocate Collaborative, a program designed to strengthen collaboration and innovation within homeless services, thereby enhancing our collective impact in ending homelessness across the state.
Fundraise for NHCEH by hosting an event that raises money to benefit the NHCEH’s programs and activities. Have a dinner, plan a car wash, or organize a benefit concert. Be creative! For more information, please email email@example.com
There are many ways in which individuals and businesses can help support the work of the NHCEH to end homelessness in New Hampshire. Your tax deductible donation to the NHCEH helps to deepen understanding, create a more informed and engaged public, and develop strategic and lasting solutions to end homelessness in our state. Sponsorships are also vital to the success of our programs and offer a chance for your business to showcase the many ways in which you support your local community. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about donation and sponsorship opportunities.
There are many ways in which you can help to end homelessness in New Hampshire. Contact your state or federal representatives and ask them their positions on bills that will help address homelessness. Share your expertise by providing trainings and professional development opportunities to those working to end homelessness in New Hampshire. Or share your skills as part of our Granite Leaders training program, helping those who have experienced homelessness become leaders in the fight to end homelessness in New Hampshire.
Board Officers / Board Members
Mary Ann Aldrich