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Great New Hampshire Restaurants’ Charitable Trust works to strengthen New Hampshire communities through philanthropic collaboration, dedicated employee involvement and volunteerism benefiting local Families, Elderly, Education, and Disadvantaged.

 

Grafton County Senior Citizens Council (GCSCC), established in Lebanon in 1972, now serves older adults through senior centers and programs located throughout north central and northwestern New Hampshire. GCSCC, supported by public and private partners, provides a wide range of services for more than 8,500 clients a year.

The Grand Monadnock Youth Choirs (GMYC) is the youth choral culture of the Monadnock Region. Founded in 1997 as the "Peterborough Children's Choir," the Grand Monadnock Youth Choirs is a 501(c)(3) non-profit arts organization filling a critical need for choral music education and musical expression for young people who love to sing.

Good Beginnings offers free, in-home, volunteer support to any family with a new baby.  Each family is matched with a volunteer who visits once a week for 2-3 hours.  The volunteer pitches-in wherever help is needed, and stays with the same family for a 3-month period.  Good Beginnings also provides Information & Referral services and has baby items for families in need.

The Good Neighbor Clinics provide free medical and dental care to Upper Valley residents who are in the greatest need.

Girls at Work, Inc. empowers at-risk girls in New Hampshire and throughout New England by teaching them woodworking skills and how to safely use power tools to build with a team of girls. We help them discover their inner power tools of strength and courage, tools that many will need to survive their challenging situations. So many of the girls we work with face neglect, abandonment and abuse in their lives. Our program lifts their spirits and shows them how powerful, strong and smart they really are!

Goodwin Community Health was first formed as Avis Goodwin Community Health Center as a department of Wentworth Douglass Hospital in 1969, when Avis Goodwin, a social worker, discovered that women were delivering their babies in the emergency room without any prenatal care. She recruited a group of volunteer obstetricians from Garrison Women’s Health to establish a prenatal clinical for the underserved population of Strafford County. In 1971, the agency was incorporated and became a 501 (c) (3), non-profit organization.

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