Bangor Savings Bank Foundation Offers Grants -

Community Matters More is a program of the Bangor Savings Bank Foundation that directly engages the public in grant-making. During the month of February, voters will determine the recipients of over
$140,000 awarded to 55 local nonprofit organizations in Maine and New Hampshire. The two organizations with the most votes in each geographical region will receive a $5,000 grant, while the remaining organizations will receive $1,000.

Be be a part of ending long-term homelessness in Concord!

You’ll be surprised at how just a small commitment of your time and attention can make a huge difference to those experiencing homelessness in our community. Together, and only together, we can help end homelessness in Concord. 

Whatever your skills and interests, you have something to offer our most vulnerable population. Please join us for a volunteer 
information session.
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 12, 2020
5:15 PM - 6:30 PM
Hotel Concord
11 S. Main Street · Concord, NH
Light Refreshments and Cash Bar

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Emergency Winter Shelter

The shelter averaged 22 people per night in December and was exactly on pace with last year. For the past 2 weeks we have been full to capacity.

FYI, at least 10 of the 40 in the shelter hold jobs and go to work consistently. Another 25% of the shelter guests are near/past retirement age.

Volunteers still needed , especially for weekends and overnights
There is always a manager present.

To volunteer CLICK HERE
Questions? Contact

The Concord Homeless Resource Center
The RC continues to host about 40 guests a day. 10 to 15 of these individuals hold jobs.
They receive caseworker support, hot coffee, the opportunity to do laundry, take a shower, use a computer . . . and connections with many other services one may need to move forward and out of homelessness.
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 serves 40 individuals a night.
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