We’ve set our goal for 2016,
to raise $2,030,000
and you can help us.
“To meet the challenge of this journey, it takes more than just businesses and employee campaigns, It takes leadership givers, it takes professionals, teachers, lawyers, doctors, and all those who devote their lives to the service of others. And it takes hundreds of volunteers to make a campaign of this size truly successful.”
Together we can make the Monadnock Region a better place.
Real Needs | Real Impact | Live United | Inspire Hope and Create Oppotunities
DOUBLE YOUR IMPACT!!!
Give today, and your donation will be matched dollar-for-dollar!
Whether you are a first-time donor, or would like to increase what you have already given, double your impact and help stabilize citizens, empower well-being, and help kids succeed.
This generous group of businesses and individuals has pledged nearly $50,000 to match dollar-for-dollar the contributions Monadnock United Way receives from new donors as and those who increase their gift:
- C&S Wholesale Grocers, Inc.
- IPG Employee Benefits
- Ashok Bahl*
- Peter and Bridget Hansel
- Beverly and Robert* Harris
- Kris and Dick* Hill
- John and Jean Hoffman
- Ken* and Carol Jue
- Sarah* and Adam Kossayda
- James and Judith Putnam
- Cameron Tease and Dixie Gurian
- David and Lisa Therrien
- Terry* and Julie Williams
- Additional MUW Board Members
* MUW Board Member
Our Local Footprint, Where Your Donations Go
The Monadnock United Way funds programs that serve a wide variety of community needs. In 2015, significant funding was allocated toward services that stabilize citizens, empower well-being and help kids succeed. When you give through the Monadnock United Way, we can fund the programs that will help change the lives in our local community.
With your local donations, we can give our children the foundation for success. We can help give meals, transportation, or housing to those in need. When our residents are thriving, the benefits ripple across the region. Monadnock United Way donor resources support a focus on community well-being through prevention, respite, and direct services.
Our campaign this year focuses on footprints, many footprints—footprints from people like you, from all walks of life, heading in the same direction to have an impact and to create the chance for people to change their lives.Peter HanselPresident, Filtrine Manufacturing Co.
Agencies Receiving Funding in 2016
supported by the Monadnock United Way.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of NH
352-9536 • bbbsnh.org
Cheshire Housing Trust
357-7603 • cheshirehousingtrust.org
Community Kitchen Pantry Program
352-3200 • thecommunitykitchen.org
Contoocook Valley Transportation Company (CVTC)
877-428-2882 ext. 5 • cvtc-nh.org
Granite State Children’s Alliance
603-352-0413 • cac-nh.org
Home Healthcare Hospice & Community Services (HCS)
800-541-4145 • 352-2253 • HCSservices.org
Hundred Nights, Inc.
352-5197 • hundrednightsinc.org
Keene Day Care Center, Inc.
352-2129 • keenedaycarecenter.org
Keene Senior Citizens Center
352-5037 • thekeeneseniorcenter.org
MAPS Counseling Services
355-2244 or 924-2240 • mapsnh.org
744-6131 • mayhew.org
Monadnock Area Peer Support Agency
352-5093 • monadnockpsa.org
Monadnock Center for Violence Prevention
352-3782, 209-4015, or 888-511-MCVP
Monadnock Community Early Learning Center
532-6021 • mcelc.org
Monadnock Developmental Services, Partners in Health Program
352-1304 • mds-nh.org
Monadnock Family Services
357-4400 • mfs.org
NH Legal Assistance
800-562-3994 • nhla.org
NH Pro Bono Referral System
603-224-5387 • nhbar.org
The Orchard School & Community Center
835-2495 • theorchardschool.org
Rise for Baby and Family
357-1395 • riseforbabyandfamily.org
The River Center: Family and Community Resource Center
924-6800 • rivercenter.us
357-5510 • samaritansnh.org
Southern New Hampshire Services
800-322-1073 • snhs.org
Southwestern Community Services (SCS)
352-7512 • SCShelps.org
Walpole Village School
756-4246 • www.walpolevillageschool.org
Winchester Learning Center
239-7347 • winchesterlearningcenter.org
2-1-1 New Hampshire
Dial: 211 • 211nh.org