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A perfect storm has hit.
This pandemic has carved a path of destruction, leaving families with little ability to withstand its impact. Job losses, the housing shortage, health issues, and marital crises have become a reality. Many families are homeless as a result.
But, with you, we will continue to be here for our community.
To brace for the full impact of the pandemic we launched our “Building Home Building Hope” capital campaign and transformed the former Infant Jesus School in Nashua into a new transitional housing facility. We are now able to house up to 24 families experiencing homelessness.
Now in the final phase of our campaign, we are working diligently to close the gap on construction costs while supporting the cost of program expansions and new building expenses. We need your help to ensure we are successful long-term in this new and necessary endeavor.
Click here to learn more and find out how you can help!
One in Five
On any given night in America, one-fifth of the people experiencing homelessness are children. There are approximately 2.5 million children in America who are homeless.
There are over 4000 children in New Hampshire who are homeless. Nearly half of these children live in Southern New Hampshire.
On a single night in January 2018, one-third of the total homeless population in America were people in families.
Who Do We Serve?
Every family deserves the opportunity to transform their future, to rise above circumstances that are often out of their control. So we accept families of every type: single mothers, single fathers, two parent families, grandparents raising grandchildren, everyone. We do not have limits on the ages of either the parents or the children because homelessness can happen at any age, to any family. And veteran families, who may not qualify for other programs? We serve them too.
The things you take for granted…someone else is praying for.