Spaulding Youth Center

2020 Goals:

Spaulding Youth Center is a leading provider of educational, residential, therapeutic and foster care programs and services for children and youth with neurological, emotional, behavioral, learning or developmental challenges, including Autism Spectrum Disorder and those who have experienced significant trauma, abuse or neglect. Our primary goal continues to be the pursuit of excellence throughout our organization, across campus and in our community. This includes delivering high-quality care, treatment and education to our children and families, retaining excellent staff with high performance expectations and attractive career opportunities, and offering a safe, caring and high-functioning culture based on kindness.


Fundraising Events:

Spaulding Youth Center offers a variety of ways to provide support for our kids. In addition to participating in Giving Tuesday, NH Gives, AmazonSmile and other large coordinated fundraising efforts, we are continuously identifying ways to connect with those individuals and companies who would like to learn more about our organization and the children and families we serve. We recently launched our latest endeavor, a summer celebration of Spaulding friends held on our campus with breathtaking views of the landscape and an insider view of residential life.


Giving Opportunities:

Since public funding covers only 90% of essential living, clinical and educational expenses, every dollar donated has a profound impact for each child on campus. Private donation opportunities include unrestricted or restricted gifts, gifts of goods and services, matching gifts, stock, tribute or memorial gifts and lifetime gift planning. We offer additional opportunities that provide significant benefits and value to philanthropic corporate partners. We welcome opportunities to design custom packages to support your professional or personal giving goals. Our website includes a list of available sponsorships and the ability to donate securely and conveniently online.


Volunteer Opportunities:

We cherish volunteers who would like to give the gift of time and service to our children. Volunteer opportunities are available both on campus and in our community. We welcome the opportunity to discuss your ideas and interests to develop a custom opportunity to meet your professional or personal volunteer goals. Whether you have a personal talent, a community connection, a corporate service day or wish to dedicate time toward charitable activities, we look forward to providing a rewarding volunteer opportunity for you.


Board Officers   /   Board Members

Michael F. Ventura
Chair
Independence Financial Advisors

Hali B. Dearborn
Vice Chair
Retired

Ronald L. Magoon
Treasurer
Franklin Savings Bank

Donna M. Raycraft
Secretary
Retired

Susan C. Ryan
President & CEO

A. Indrika Arnold
Harvest Capital
Management
Michael D. Bourbeau
Northeast Delta Dental

Patrick J. Clark
Retired

Chief Robert L. Cormier
Tilton Police
Department

Suzanne H. Gottling
Retired

Scott D. McGuffin
McGuffin Law Firm

Pamela F. Seed
Retired

Robert N. Snelling
Retired

Peter C. White
Retired

Categories: Charitable Giving Guide

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