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The Community Kitchen operates a soup kitchen, which provides a free and open to all hot meal weekday evenings and Sunday lunchtimes, and a food pantry, which distributes food to financially qualified residents of Cheshire County. 

Concord Regional VNA is the largest home health and hospice provider in central New Hampshire. With more than 380 employees, our not-for-profit, community-based agency serves people of all ages by providing homecare, hospice, personal home services, maternal and child health services, pediatrics, and community health services.

Children's Stage Adventures provides a weeklong theatre residency program that involves 50+ local children in an original musical theatre production of a classic children's tale! Children discover talents and strengths while developing character and life-skills through participation in a high quality live theatre performance.

Established as the Area Agency for Developmental Services in 1983, Community Partners sought and was awarded the contract to provide behavioral health services in Strafford County in 2001.  The organization doubled in capacity and went from serving approximately 600 individuals a year to over 3,000.

Founded in 2006, Castle Preservation Society is the nonprofit corporation responsible for the management, protection, and restoration of the historic Lucknow Estate, now known as Castle in the Clouds.

The Child Advocacy Center of Rockingham County's mission is to provide a safe environment for the evaluation of alleged child abuse for children 3 to 18 years of age. Through the collaboration of public, private, and community partners, we work to ensure the safety, health, and well being of abused children.

In the aftermath of a suicide, family, friends and communities respond in different ways.  When Connor Ball died by suicide in October of 2011, his family and friends decided that no one else should experience such a profound and life-altering loss.  The Connor’s Climb Foundation (CCF) is the result of their love for Connor and their commitment to end youth suicide.

Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of New Hampshire is a statewide child advocacy organization that recruits, trains and supports volunteer guardians ad litem (GALs) who advocate for the best interests of New Hampshire's abused and neglected children in family court proceedings.

Recognizing the high value of arts education, the Contoocook Valley Visual and Performing Arts Center (VPAC), in partnership with all district towns, is working to design and build a multi-purpose arts facility that will serve as a performing arts center, instructional space and regional venue for arts events and exhibitions. 

Child and Family Services works to advance the well-being of children, youth, families, and seniors, through an array of social services and advocacy initiatives.

Citizens for Criminal Justice Reform works for a just, humane, and restorative judicial and correctional system by means of research, public education, legislative advocacy, coalition building, community organizing, and litigation. We support rational, cost-effective programs and policies that reduce crime, lower recidivism, and make our society safer.

The Carsey Institute conducts national and regional policy research on vulnerable children, youth, and families and on sustainable community development. We give policy makers and practitioners the timely, independent resources they need to effect change in their communities.

CornerStone VNA is a not-for-profit agency since 1913, committed to bringing home, hospice and community healthcare and supportive services to people of all ages so that families can stay together at home, even when facing the challenges of aging, recuperation from surgery, dealing with a chronic or life-threatening illness or dying.

Since 1963, Copper Cannon Camp has been providing a free summer camp to New Hampshire's low income youth. Over 20,000 children have had a chance to experience the wonders of the outdoors, positive adult role models and three nutritious meals a day while at camp. For many, this one week experience can be life changing. Copper Cannon Camp offers programming for children eight through seventeen including a Counselor in Training (CIT) program for kids age sixteen and a Junior Counselor (JC) internship for kids age seventeen.

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