Adequate nutrition is a very real issue for the vulnerable people we serve. Subsisting on small fixed incomes, they often choose between filling prescriptions, heating their homes or having food in their cabinets. These choices are made easier through The CareGivers Caring Cupboard. This personalized mobile food pantry program provides and delivers free groceries to eligible neighbors in need. From the taking and packing of individualized food orders to the personally delivered groceries, this program is totally volunteer driven. Getting food from our cupboard to our clients' kitchens is a dignified and nutritious way of helping make ends meet.
Opportunities to Serve
Families in Transition (FIT), a nonprofit organization located in Manchester, Concord and Dover, New Hampshire, was founded in 1991 in response to the growing number of homeless individuals and families in the greater Manchester area and throughout the state. Since its inception, FIT has been committed to providing only the most innovative, and effective interventions specifically designed to help homeless individuals and families reach beyond the cycle of homelessness to lead healthy and successful lives.
In 2016, FIT:
- Provided housing and social services to 681 individuals, half of whom were children.
- Provided substance use treatment to 212 women at our Family Willows Substance Use Treatment Center.
- Served 25,766 meals at our Family Place Resource Center and Shelter.
For more than a decade, Liberty House has been providing a safe, supportive, substance-free housing community for American veterans transitioning out of homelessness. Since 2004, our dedicated team has helped over 200 homeless veterans rejoin their communities and regain fulfilling, independent lives. Every staff member, donor and volunteer help spread the magic of Liberty House throughout the community.
Every veteran that walks through our doors is treated with the utmost respect, regardless of their combat status or length of service. Each veteran is provided with a unique transition plan tailored to their needs. With the guidance and support of brother and sister veterans and a commitment to giving back through food pantry and clothing programs, Liberty House is more than just a community; it’s a family.
Makeover Ministry is an outreach program of Orchard Christian Fellowship that helps people in need or in crisis. You can reach the Makeover Ministry by dialing their hotline: 603-553-3430
Makeover Ministry helps foster families and children, families or individuals in need, victims of domestic violence, and refugees relocated in NH. We also help foster children who are ‘aging out’ of the foster care system and set up their first apartment.