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CASA New Hampshire

YWCA Bridge Street Women’s Shelter

The YWCA New Hampshire’s Brook Street Women’s Shelter serves women experiencing chronic homelessness in Manchester.
The 16 bed shelter provides women a safe space to live while they participate in case management and various programming addressing systemic barriers. Through these programs, participants are equipped with the tools to help break the cycle of chronic homelessness.
FEEDNH.org happily supported the new YWCA Bridge Street Women’s Shelter with the funding for a commercial refrigerator and freezer and enjoyed the opportunity to receive a tour of the home!
To learn more about how you can support this much needed program, visit https://ywcanh.org/donate-in-kind/.

CASA New Hampshire

Waypoint - $5,000

Thank you to Waypoint's Paul Staller (L), Development Director and Erin George-Kelly (R), Director of Services for Youth & Young Adults for showing us around.
FEEDNH.org is proud to support WAYPOINT’S youth homeless services with a $5,000 donation. The funding will be used for their Youth Resource Drop-In Center and new Emergency Shelter for local youth experiencing homelessness. The Manchester shelter provides services such as showers, laundry, meals & snacks, and support services & programs. Their goal is to provide a safe, supporting, and trusting space for youth who are experiencing homelessness in NH.

CASA New Hampshire

Sonshine Soup Kitchen - $5,000

Sonshine Soup Kitchen, located in Derry, serves a three-course meal Monday thru Thursday to those in need and FEEDNH.org is proud to support their food program with a $5,000 donation!

In addition, they offer a clothing closet which provides clothing and hygiene products, all available at their no-cost thrift store. To learn more about Sonshine Soup Kitchen, visit https://www.sonshinesoupkitchen.org/


Farmsteads of New England (Redberry Farm) - $5,000

FEEDNH.org has proudly supported Farmsteads of New England with a $5,000 donation. Farmsteads of New England is dedicated to empowering individuals who have autism, developmental disabilities, and others with varying abilities to pursue their chosen path to live a meaningful and satisfying life by providing transitional and long-term supports and services in a rural environment.

Farmsteads runs their original farm in Hillsboro and are in the developing stages of their most recent farm in Epping. The Hillsboro location which houses 20 adult residents and uses three of their 37 acres for farmland cultivation.

They offer programs such as farming, weaving, pottery, and art for their residents. They also have a mobile farm stand that is used to sell various items produced and harvested right on the farm!