The Resource Center and Emergency Winter Shelter serve guests daily - Thanks to YOU!
Because of you, our loyal supporters in so many ways, the Concord Homeless Resource Center has been able to serve those most in need throughout 2019.

667 individuals have come to the RC, some once or twice, some almost every day. That translates to 12,250 visits this year.

These guests have also been able to do 500 loads of laundry , and to take 1500 showers .
Emergency Winter Shelter
Hurray! It's open!
The Winter Shelter opened on December 16 th and in the first 10 days had a total of 50 guests or 296 bed-nights. It has yet to be full to capacity on any one night.

Volunteers still needed , especially for weekends and overnights
(beds for volunteers this year!)

To volunteer CLICK HERE
Trainings will be available by appointment.

Truly a Season of Giving
we really need some volunteers to help us organize it all...
SOME of the amazing donations below.... We can't begin to thank everyone!
The Concord Coalition to End Homelessness recently partnered with Hanes and is a recipient for 2019 of 2,000 pairs of socks for men and women. The individuals who access services at the Concord Homeless Resource Center are beyond thrilled to be able to have access to a fresh new pair of socks when needed!

Deb Eckland has been housed with the help of the Concord Homeless Resource Center, the Community Action Program, McKenna House and others - when all work together good things happen!

Southern New Hampshire University  Community Engagement Staff helped organize mountains of wonderful donations.
Team 3 Therapists at the Concord Regional Visiting Nurses Association provided 2 cots for overnight volunteers at the EWS!

Dimitri's Box o' Socks!
Dimitri Tsihlis of Dimitri's Pizza , with the help of Mary and Tom Congoran collected lots of socks from the greater Hopkinton Community and donated them to both our Resource Center and The Friendly Kitchen.
A couple was housed through CCEH's Housing First Concord program in October. They have been getting settled into their new home, and were very excited to have a CHRISTMAS TREE for the first time in over 4 years! Aubuchon Hardware    donated the tree and  Friends of Forgotten Children  donated some decorations. What joy!
Some of our Shelter Guests were without decent boots or shoes - you responded overwhelmingly!

Another Housing First Client received a vacuum cleaner from a generous donor!
Thank you Kimberly Bacher!

Hand soap, toilet paper and paper towel dispenser refills have been donated with a big boost from

Stuff a Cruiser at the Concord Tree Lighting!
Merrimack County Sheriff's Department provided a cruiser for a Stuff-a-Cruiser for items people who use our Resource Center and Shelter may need. Our caring community gave wool/wicking socks, hand/toe/foot/body warmers, mittens, gloves, hats, chapstick, snacks...Thanks to Dick Patten for organizing this great event!

For the month of November CCEH was the recipient of the
Round-It-Up at the Register
program at the Concord Food Co-op!
We received a total of $3,327.92

Wow! Thank you to the Co-op and thank you Concord!

Please help to keep all of our work going - Emergency Winter Shelter, Resource Center and Housing First - and help us to take THE NEXT STEP in actually creating housing for our clients! See how to donate below.
A comprehensive fundraising campaign to raise $2.25 million
We will purchase and renovate this building into 4 apartments for formerly long-term homeless individuals!

Donations will also keep our essential programs operating for another three years, as well as provide seed money for future projects. $1million is being sought from individual donations.

We are at over $200,000 now! Join in!

To learn more click here.
To download a pledge form click here.
Or Donate Now on our web site.
10 Green Street

 Concord Homeless Resource Center continues to serve guests with dignity and respect daily.

Housing First Concord has housed 15 individuals.

The Emergency Winter Shelter will open mid-December.
CCEH could do nothing without YOU, as well as major support from the entities below, and so many others. Thank you!

Concord Coalition to End Homelessness | 238 N. Main Street, Concord, NH 03301