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!
CASA New Hampshire - $10,000
FEEDNH.org recently supported New Hampshire's CASA Cares event as a $10,000 Guardian Sponsor, allowing CASA New Hampshire to recruit and train five CASA Advocates who will in-turn provide support and advocacy services for up to 60 children in need!
Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of New Hampshire is a nonprofit that recruits, trains, and supports community volunteers to serve as advocates for children throughout the state who have experienced abused or neglect. CASA volunteer advocates get to know a child and the important people in that child’s life to provide vital information to help a judge make decisions based on the best interests of the child.
Pictured Left to Right: CASA NH Staff: Communications Manager, Amanda Desmarais, Digital Media Specialist, Katelyn Ellison, President & CEO Marty Sink, Development Director, Suzanne Lenz, Director of Community Relations, Jo Lawrence, Development Associate, Tarah Bergeron, & FEEDNH.org’s Ambassador of Philanthropy & Community Outreach, Tanya Randolph.
Homeland Heroes Foundation - $10,000
FEEDNH.org Board Member, Tanya Randolph, presented Homeland Heroes Foundation Cofounder & Executive Director, Julie Weymouth, with a $10,000 donation. With increasing food prices being a challenge, FEEDNH.org's donation will provide veterans and their families with grocery store gift cards.
The Homeland Heroes Foundation offers an array of supportive services to active-duty service members, veterans, and their families in their time of need to help restore a sense of community, independence, and well-being at home.
They partner with surrounding veteran support organizations to bridge the gap and ensure our veteran’s needs are met. Homeland Heroes Foundation assists veterans in acclimating back to civilian life by providing furniture, new household items, food & gas cards, children's toys, and more.
Additional Donations Include:
Hero Pups $30,000
Easter Seals Veterans Count $25,000
Girls Inc. of New Hampshire $20,250
The Salvation Army $20,000
New Horizons for NH $15,000
Community Caregivers of Greater Derry $10,000
Manchester Community Health Center $10,000
The Tolles Street Mission $10,000
Rise Up Staffing $10,000
Granite United Way $7,500
The Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester $5,000
Friends of Forgotten Children $5,000
Wounded Warrior Amputee Softball Team – Kids Camp $4,000
Greater Bedford Womenade $3,000
Copper Cannon Camp $2,500
The Light House $2,500
Nashua PAL (Building on Hope Project) $1,000
Future in Sight – NH Chapter $1,000
National Ovarian Cancer Coalition - NH Chapter $500
Fueled by Kids $500