Celebrations of hope
Over the Edge
23 July 2020
Would you rappel 24 stories because you believe in a cause? In July our Family Promise team will be rappelling down the 300 foot tall Brady-Sullivan Tower at 1000 Elm Street in Manchester. They are taking up this challenge because they believe in the strength of teamwork and are committed to helping us fulfill our mission. Please click the link below to help our team of Edgers hit their $20,000 fundraising goal.
Home Stretch 5K
13 August 2020
More than a race! Join us on a summer evening to help families facing homelessness! We’ll maintain social distance while running or walking to help those in need.
Every event is a chance for you to learn more about our program and the impact that it has on the lives of families experiencing homelessness. While we have fun we are serious about Ending Homelessness….One Family at a Time.
Families are contractually obligated to fulfill the requirements of our program. We provide a hand up…not a hand out.
Weekly check-in meetings ensure that families are working toward a sustainable future. Families set short-term objectives to meet long-term goals and learn to plan for their futures.
Many of our families have legal or financial issues that mean that we are their best advocates. Just as they are fighting for their future, we fight for them.
Life happens. We all know that the unexpected can have big consequences. Our families are prepared, as never before, to weather life’s storms.
Give easily and regularly! We use QGiv to process our online donations. We accept all major credit cards and you can be assured that all transactions are fully secured using the lastest technology. You can also give regularly through recurring donations, which provide vital, sustained contributions to our program.
Giving By Check
Not ready to give online. No problem!
Please make your check payable to:
Family Promise of Southern New Hampshire
and mail to:
180 Lowell Road
Hudson, NH 03051
How Donations Are Used
Donations are used to support program operations including food and shelter for families at our residence, Anne Marie House. Donations provide case management and direct support to local families.
We can’t help everyone, but everyone can help someone.