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Tickets go on sale Sept. 18 for Seth Meyers Live Show at SNHU Arena to Benefit CASA of NH, Granite State Children’s Alliance


Seth Meyers will make you laugh on Nov. 4 at SNHU Arena for the price of admission – which will benefit CASA of NH and Granite State Children’s Alliance.

MANCHESTER , NHCourt Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of New Hampshire is thrilled to announce that Seth Meyers is performing a special live show on November 4 to benefit CASA of NH and the Granite State Children’s Alliance.

New Hampshire native Seth Meyers – a 13-year veteran of “Saturday Night Live” and current host of “Late Night with Seth Meyers” – is returning home for this special show in support of our state’s vulnerable children. Meyers’ first performance in 2018 for CASA of NH and the Granite State Children’s Alliance was a huge success, and in addition to being a night to remember, it was a significant fundraiser for both organizations. No doubt the November 4 show will be just as impactful – and hilarious. We hope people will join us for a night of laughter and fun with the knowledge that they’re helping children throughout New Hampshire.

Show details

November 4, 8 p.m.

SNHU Arena in Manchester

Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. September 18

Tickets and details: www.snhuarena.com/events/detail/sethmeyers2023

About CASA of New Hampshire

Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of New Hampshire provides a voice for New Hampshire children and youth who have experienced abuse and neglect by empowering a statewide network of trained volunteers to advocate on their behalf so they can thrive in safe, permanent homes. Since its founding in 1989, CASA of NH has advocated for nearly 12,000 children in court, giving them a chance at a better future.

In fiscal year 2023, CASA of NH volunteers served 1,549 children throughout the state, collectively donating 87,585 hours and making more than 13,000 visits to children. These volunteers are everyday people who come from all backgrounds – experience in law or social work is not required. If you have the heart to help, we can teach you the rest. For anyone interested in learning more about volunteering, CASA of NH offers virtual information sessions twice a month. These are a wonderful opportunity to listen to or talk with both staff and current volunteers. Visit www.casanh.org to register for an information session or to learn more about CASA of NH.

About the Granite State Children’s Alliance

The Granite State Children’s Alliance and The Network of New Hampshire’s Child Advocacy Centers (CACs) served 1,999 child abuse survivors last year. For many of those children and their families, their forensic interview at the CAC is the incredibly challenging but crucial first step in healing. The CAC model, is a data-driven, evidence-supported approach, defensible in court and deemed best practice for child abuse investigations by the U.S. Department of Justice and New Hampshire’s Attorney General’s Office. CACs have been at the forefront in intervening and preventing child abuse and child exploitation for over 20 years in New Hampshire. 

New Hampshire CACs also lay the groundwork for next steps in the healing process, making referrals for specialized behavioral health and medical services, and following up with families to offer support and ensure child victims are receiving the care they need. The network is working collaboratively to develop and expand its service model to include trauma-informed mental health and specialized medical services onsite, reducing barriers to treatment that many families experience. Children who report abuse in New Hampshire have more access to support services than ever, but there is still a lot of work to be done. Visit www.cac-nh.org to learn more.


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