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Waypoint designated as ‘Family Resource Center of Quality’ in Manchester

Waypoint merited FRC-Q designation by demonstrating exemplary practice building family strengths. Over the past year, the agency engaged in ongoing self-assessment that included gathering feedback from participants and community partners, a site visit, and a lengthy application process submitted to the Wellness and Primary Prevention Council (WPPC) for review.

Grant will allow North Conway assistance dog organization to expand

Assistance Canine Training Services will be able to train more service dogs, as well as launch a compassionate therapy dog program, with help from a $10,000 grant from the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation’s Daisy Hale Fund.

NH Council on Developmental Disabilities announces $83.5K in available grant funding for health workers

The New Hampshire Council on Developmental Disabilities is soliciting requests for proposals. The Council has set aside a total of $83,569.00 of federal funds for fiscal support for entities to recruit, hire, and train public health workers to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic and prepare for future public health challenges (this may include temporary staffing and/or independent contractors).

Putts For Pups June 27 Golf Classic to benefit Second Chance Ranch Rescue 

Dust off your golf clubs and come join us for a day on the links! On Monday, June 27 we will be hosting our Putts for Pups Golf Classic at the gorgeous Stonebridge Country Club in Goffstown. Play a round of golf, have some lunch, all while helping Second Chance Ranch Rescue. 

Jené Riley named executive director of Granite YMCA downtown branch

“In my experience, removing obstacles and creating an environment that is welcoming to everyone is the first step in creating a community wherein everyone grows and thrives,” Jené Riley said. “I am honored to represent the YMCA of Downtown Manchester in our efforts to strengthen social integration, education, and health promotion for everyone.”