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The Raymond Coalition For Youth was founded in 2002 and has been promoting positive healthy choices for youth ever since.  The mission of RCFY is to empowers the community to promote positive youth development and reduce youth substance use and suicide risk.

Rochester main Street was founded in 2006 and is an officially designated member of the Main Street America network. Rochester Main Street Program  is a non-profit volunteer organization dedicated to the preservation, growth and vitality of downtown Rochester. Particpate-Volunteer-Donate! With over 50 special events and advocacy efforts each year, volunteers are continually working on a comprehensive program to revitalize downtown Rochester.

Rockingham Nutrition and Meals on Wheels is about more than providing someone a meal.  It is about giving someone the means to maintain a healthy, independent living situation.

Founded in 2009, Reality Check is is a 501c3 that provides drug and alcohol prevention education to school and colleges, prevention plan development for communities, interventionist services, out-patient treatment, and recovery support services to NH residents. 

New Hampshire has always considered public education a precious civic asset.  We have formed Reaching Higher NH in 2015 to serve as a public education policy resource for New Hampshire parents, educators and elected officials.

Red River Theatres is a 3-screen, non-profit cinema located in downtown Concord, New Hampshire.  It shows the best of current independent and foreign films, classics, documentaries and cult favorites.   Red River also promotes and supports the work of local film artists in order to increase public access to new and local works in film and video.  Red River actively cultivates cultural and economic growth for the capital city and beyond by attracting artists, collaborative partners, patrons and tourists. 

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