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A Quarter Century of Caring

For 25 years, United Way’s Day of Caring has been a force for good in the community.


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In the hectic days of high school, these four students found the time to become tax prep pros–and help their neighbors find financial opportunity.


Aurea's Not Done

Anything is possible with hard work, singular focus and people in your corner. She’s the proof.

From the Blog
“What do I say?”  How to talk to kids about homelessness

An empathetic approach to talking to kids about homelessness and poverty goes a long way. By Connie French As parents, we want to protect our children from the more frightening aspects of life, including homelessness and poverty. But children see […]

Hunger pangs and little brains: the hidden menace of childhood food insecurity

Food may be the most basic of basic needs, but hunger is a real–and devastating–problem for children throughout the region. Monday morning. Breakfast time at Dover Children’s Center in Dover, NH. It’s pancake day. The child takes his seat and […]

Skills-based volunteering helps your career and community

Skills-based volunteer projects are gaining popularity at companies and strengthening nonprofits across our community. From stocking food pantry shelves to cleaning playgrounds and reading to children, volunteers are the lifeblood of nonprofit organizations. But beyond these more “typical” service projects, our […]

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