June News & Updates

June 27, 2022| Issue 1

Daytime Resource Center Set to Move; Afternoon Appointments for Case Management a Big Improvement

Starting Wednesday, June 29th, CCEH's daytime Resource Center will operate out of the winter shelter building behind our 238 N. Main Street administration building, with case management services scheduled by appointment in the afternoon to help bring more individualized case management services to clients.

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Lincoln Financial Foundation Grant

The Concord Coalition to End Homelessness received a $20,000 grant from the Lincoln Financial Foundation for 2022. These funds will help ensure CCEH can continue our work providing ongoing supportive services to people experiencing chronic homelessness in our community.

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NH Gives a Huge Success for CCEH

For the seventh year in a row, CCEH participated in NH Gives and raised nearly $20,000 in 24 hours from 117 unique donors. 

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"Best BBQ I ever had!"

You can't miss when you put Bluegrass and BBQ together! Mark your calendar for Saturday, July 23rd from 11am-5pm at White Park for one of CCEH's most popular fundraising events, our Bluegrass BBQ.

Fun, Food, Music, Community, and Supporting CCEH and our mission to END homelessness.

Click on the link below to see the menu (vegan options too) and ORDER NOW!! 

While you're there, keep scrolling to check out photos from the past and the bands that will play! 

Learn More & Order Online

The CCEH daytime Resource Center staff are excited for the move back to 238 N. Main and look forward to continuing to provide case management and support to all of our clients.

A big congratulations to our Outreach Services Coordinator Connor Spern and our board member Miles Whitener on being elected to serve on the Executive Committee of New Hampshire's Balance of State Continuum of Care. We know their voices within this important group will be greatly beneficial to individuals experiencing homelessness throughout NH!

Donate to CCEH

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.

In Other News:

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Granite Staters Want More Housing

Granite Staters support building affordable housing in their communities, and even in their neighborhoods, a new poll from the Center for Ethics in Society at St. Anselm College has found.

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How Houston Moved 25,000 People From the Streets Into Homes of Their Own

The nation's fourth-largest city hasn't solved homelessness, but its remarkable progress can suggest a way forward.

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