No two Catholic Charities New Hampshire clients are the same – all come from different backgrounds and distinct sets of experiences. But the common denominator among them is their desire to build futures filled with hope, promise and sustainability. That was the case with Kalila, a single mother who continuously put in extra hours at her job in Atkinson – but couldn't break free of the constant struggle of living paycheck to paycheck while supporting her daughter. That changed when Catholic Charities – and financial fitness classes made possible through donor support – transformed her outlook (and helped give her daughter something she’s wanted for years)
. Read her story.
We often see touching moments that move our hearts and souls. A recent, special Sunday afternoon for one resident at St. Teresa Rehabilitation and Nursing Center in Manchester was no exception. Discover how a unique friendship across generations – and an ambitious idea – resulted in an unforgettable trip to Fenway Park.
Read Jack’s story.
Catholic Charities New Hampshire held its 2018 Annual Meeting on September 18. Nearly 200 attendees came together to celebrate the incredible support of donors; honor the unwavering commitment of our staff and volunteers; and look ahead to 2019 as – together – we continue to move lives forward across New Hampshire. The evening also featured the presentation of this year’s 'In His Footsteps Award' and 'Guardian Angel Award'.
We are excited to announce the appointment of four members to the Catholic Charities New Hampshire Board of Trustees – Tina Legere, John Patenaude, E.J. Powers and Rev. Fr. Thomas Steinmetz – while also taking the time to say a big “Thank You!” to our outgoing members: Todd Fahey; Sister Paula Marie Buley, IHM; Edward Dudley; and Rev. Agapit Jean.
Ray & Kay Eckstein Charitable Trust, $5,000 (Our Place)
Did You Know?
Counseling Services serves individuals facing a wide range of mental health challenges, including anxiety, depression, life adjustment issues (job loss, stress, illness, bereavement), substance abuse, PTSD and many others.
Since 2016, 84% of our Counseling Services clients have reported positive behavior change and 81% reported an improvement in overall quality of life.
Donating is easy. Just give us a call at 855.910.4483 or visit cc-nh.org/vehicle and we’ll take care of everything, from picking up your donation to providing you the paperwork for your taxes.
2018 St. Charles 5K
More than 600 runners came together for a morning of fun and fitness, all to support a great cause!
Turning Back the Clock
We're traveling back to 1969 for a look at the new administration building for Catholic Charities New Hampshire on Myrtle Street in Manchester. Who remembers summer family road trips in a station wagon like this one?!