News & Updates

October 31, 2022| Issue 4 

Register for our Annual Celebration!

We have so much to celebrate, and so much to share! As we continue to grow as an organization, we are beyond grateful for the hard work of our staff, the dedication of our volunteers, and the commitment of our donors and supporters. 


Join us on Wednesday, November 9th at 5:30pm at The Hotel Concord for our Annual Celebration.


We want to take this opportunity to highlight the work CCEH has accomplished this past year, as well as say goodbye to Ellen Groh as she makes her way into retirement in early December.


Our new Executive Director, Karen Jantzen, will also introduce herself and is looking forward to meeting our community of supporters! Brief remarks from Ellen and Karen will begin at 6pm.


Register here so we know you're coming! 

CCEH recognizes JH Spain for their generosity and support


CCEH has stepped up our efforts to create homes for individuals in our community that are experiencing long-term homelessness. In the current building environment, when it is difficult to get a call back from a contractor, CCEH is especially grateful for the steadfast support of JH Spain.


For the substantial time that JH Spain provides to help CCEH evaluate potential projects, we proudly present them with the "Golden Gourmet Food Basket Award."


Click here to read more about the incredible generosity of the JH Spain team.

CCEH is Hiring!


We are looking for staff for the Emergency Winter Shelter. Open from December 1st to March 31st; Winter Shelter staff are paid $18 per hour. We have several shifts that need to be filled.


Click here to learn more and apply or email connor@concordhomeless.org or call 603-290-3375 x 207

Upcoming Community Events:

Christmas Craft Fair At United Church Of Penacook


The United Church of Penacook will hold a Christmas Craft Fair and Bake Sale on Saturday, November 12th from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.


Crafters will offer home décor, holiday decorations, knit/crochet hats, mittens, scrubbers, printed tees, totes, stuffed toys, jams and jellies, handbags, artisan soaps, and more. There will also be a bake sale!


Proceeds support the United Church Food Pantry and the Concord Coalition to End Homelessness. 


Shop local and help support CCEH! We want to send a big Thank You to the UCP Care Team for choosing to support CCEH with this event.

Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce Monthly Forum: What Does Homelessness Look Like in Concord?


A panel of representatives from local agencies, who work directly with Concord’s unhoused population on a daily basis, will discuss the causes and outcomes of both short-term and chronic homelessness. You’ll gain perspective on this statewide crisis, learn how our local community is responding, and hear directly from an individual who was temporarily unhoused.

 

This event includes a delicious plated lunch and the opportunity to network with fellow business leaders who are motivated to make change in our community.


Click here to learn more and purchase tickets.

As you go through your year-end financial planning checklist, please consider CCEH in your charitable donations. We can and do accept gifts of stock and other appreciated assets.

Did you know there are many ways you can support CCEH and the fight to end homelessness, today and well into the future? There are numerous options to leave a lasting impact through CCEH, including gifts that cost you nothing now, gifts that make an impact now, gifts that also include financial benefits for you, and more.

Create a legacy of ending homelessness

Attention Concord's Businesses!  


CCEH must raise $150,000 in business sponsorship funds between our two events in 2023. We depend on these funds to maintain our operations and programs.


Consider joining our growing list of business sponsors, enjoy our robust sponsor benefits, and, if you become an event sponsor between now and Dec. 31st, you'll be entered in our weekly prize drawing!


Click here for our Event Sponsor Packet

Landlord Incentive Program


CCEH is working with numerous individuals who have a rental housing voucher but who are struggling to find a landlord who will accept it. Our Landlord Incentive Program provides a package of benefits to help address and overcome the primary hesitations landlords may have in providing a home for our clients.


Learn more about about the program details and reach out to us with questions.

In Other News:

New Report! The National Housing Trust Fund: A Summary of 2018 State Projects

The National Low Income Housing Coalition issued a new report, The National Housing Trust Fund: A Summary of 2018 State Projects. Part of NLIHC’s effort to document the impact of the national Housing Trust Fund (HTF), the report summarizes how each state and the District of Columbia planned to use $267 million allocated in 2018 by the HTF.


Our Green Street Apartments project is mentioned in the report and featured on the cover!

Read the Report

Open a Ledyard checking account at their 74 S. Main Street, Concord branch between now and December 31st and CCEH could receive $500! 


Click here for offer details.


Thank you to our friends at Ledyard for choosing us as one of the recipients of this offer.

👻⚰️Happy Halloween!🍬🎃

Director of Development Kait Gallagher as Dr. Ellie Statler from the movie Jurassic Park, and Kait's yellow lab Guiding Eyes for the Blind puppy on program Carly dressed as a triceratops. 

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