Veterans Count has the mission to provide critical and timely financial assistance and services when no other resource is available to veterans, service members, and their families, to ensure their dignity, health and overall well-being.
Our goal is that 90% of every net dollar raised for Veterans Count is spent to provide services and grow resources for NH veterans, service members, and their families.
In 2006, Veterans Count was developed in partnership with ESNH, the NH National Guard, and the NH Dept. of Health and Human Services. The program provides critical resources to veterans of all eras and their families. Care Coordinators work with individuals and families to create a care plan toward self-sufficiency. Since ESNH launched the program, over 9,300 individuals have been served. Philanthropic dollars, totaling more than $2.6 million, have been distributed to provide financial support that may include food, home maintenance, housing, rent, fuel assistance, utilities, vehicle repair, gasoline, medical bills, and child care.
New Horizons for New Hampshire, first organized in 1973, operates an emergency homeless shelter, soup kitchen, food pantry and Angie’s Shelter for Women. The shelters house an average of 80 people each night, the soup kitchen serves over 250 meals daily and the food pantry provides food to over 900 families each month. New Horizons is a non-prot 501c3 organization.
Being a non-profit, the Manchester City Marathon knows the value of community support. We recently had the honor of presenting New Horizons for New Hampshire with a $1,500 donation. Together we can make a difference in our community!
The PMC Kids Rides features; tykes on tricycles play on short obstacle courses, intrepid teens take on treks of 5, 10, or even 26 miles. PMC Kids Rides offer various courses, mileage, and features including music, games, silent auctions, face painting, and food. And every PMC Kids Ride provides kids a good time and an opportunity to do good work all while raising money for Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. By being apart of the PMC Kids Rides program you are part of the Pan-Mass Challenge’s $48 million goal.
The Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester is a private non-profit community mental health center that has provided mental health services to children, teenagers, adults and seniors for 50 years. We offer a broad range of services including: therapy; medication; home and community based care; case management; and vocational services to people who are challenged with mental illness. We also provide 24/7 crisis response as well as traditional counseling to meet the needs of the community.
All donations to MHCGM help to ensure that children and families, who have the greatest need for behavioral health care, will receive professional services. All funds raised will help to provide treatment to the uninsured and under-insured that are affected by mental illness. Your support gives those folks a running start in life on a road to recovery.
The Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester is the largest outpatient mental health care provider in the State of New Hampshire, treating over 10,000 individuals a year. Our services allow others the opportunity to enjoy quality of life with the hope of recovery.
The Friends of The Goffstown Rail Trail is an organization of energetic, dedicated citizens volunteering to participate in the promotion, design, development, and maintenance of this resource. Everyone is welcome to contribute to this project.
Rory Staunton Foundation
Multiple Sclerosis Foundation
NH Cancer Foundation
Recycled Percussion Foundation
NH Roller Derby
Rimmon Heights Neighborhood Association
Our Lady of the Cedars Church
Friends of Stark Park
St. George Cathedral
Trinity High School XC Boosters
Manchester East Soccer League
Girls on the Run NH
West Key Club
Milford HS Track
St Casmir School
Henry Moore School
Central Key Club
Miss New Hampshire Scholarship Program