Thanks to our increased Sponsorships, the entire $10.00 of every calendar sold goes directly to the individual charity organizations we support. The individual outcome of this annual fundraising effort varies based on the number of calendars each non-profit is successful in selling. Each year with over 1500 calendars printed, there is an opportunity for fundraising efforts to be $15,000 for our selected non-profits through these calendar sales.
Starting Point Services for Victims of
Domestic and Sexual Violence is a private, nonprofit
organization dedicated to ensuring quality
services are provided to victims of relationship
violence and sexual abuse, preventing
future relationship violence, promoting social
change and encouraging accountability and education for perpetrators and
stalkers. Begun in 1981 as a grassroots response to domestic victims in
Carroll County, the agency has grown from an impromptu group of volunteers
to an incorporated non-profit agency. Our services are available 24
hours a day, 365 days a year and are offered at no charge. Conway, NH, 603 356-7993, 24 Hour Support Line: 800-336-3795 | www.startingpointnh.org
Mother Seton House is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization serving pregnant women, new mothers and infants in difficult circumstances, meeting the critical need for shelter, education, counseling, referrals, physical, emotional and spiritual support in a caring community. Mother Seton House provides support to women in Fryeburg, Mount Washington Valley and surrounding communities in Maine and New Hampshire. If you or someone you know is pregnant and in need, call us at 207-935-1066 or email us at Info@MotherSetonHouse.com or visit www.MotherSetonHouse.com Drawing by Thomas Merton, Used with permission of the Merton Legacy Trust and the Thomas Merton Center at Bellarmine University.
The Miranda Leavitt Diabetes Fund was established in 2008 by parents, Brenda and Richard Leavitt, who lost Miranda at the young age of 22 to diabetes complications. With Miranda’s vision in mind, an objective of the newly created Miranda Center for Diabetes and Endocrinology at Memorial Hospital is to reach out to improve the health of the community both with prevention and treatment; and to assist with funding diabetes awareness, education, and patients in order for them to optimize their lives while living with a chronic disease. 603-356-0796 x3353 www.MirandaLeavittDiabetesFund.org
Tin Mountain Conservation Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit environmental organization founded in 1980 by Barbara Rockwell Henry and David Henry in Jackson, NH. Its mission is to promote an appreciation of the natural environment among children, adults and families through hands-on programs in the school, at camps, and in the community, and to administer responsible stewardship of natural resources through land protection, research, sustainable forestry, agriculture and energy. Situated on the 138-acre Rockwell Sanctuary on Bald Hill Road in Albany, NH, the Center serves as a gathering place for the community with nature trails open all week, all season long. 603-447-6991 www.tinmountain.org ; firstname.lastname@example.org
Although there is a limited opportunity for new charities we are open to considering others, contact Bernie@Badgerrealty.com to discuss or volunteer