WE ARE SO GRATEFUL!
We would not be where we are today without our Founding Friends. These people believed in the Seacoast Village Project when it was still just a concept. Thanks to their vision and generosity, we are now in a position to serve our community.
Mary Ann Driscoll
Sally & Alan Gayer
Cathy & Skip Homicz
Jane Pratt Reynolds
Mary Ann Robbins
ORGANIZATIONS & BUSINESSES
It takes a village to make a village! In addition to our generous individual donors, thank you to these organizations
and businesses that have contributed to our success so far!
Direct Printing & Graphics
Owner Lindsey Hery generously donated the printing of our first newsletter!
PO Box 186 – Eliot, ME 03903
We were grateful to be part of Flatbread Pizza’s Community Night in Portsmouth on February 25.
We enjoyed a cozy evening with delicious food and friends. Thanks to the wonderful team at Flatbread!
138 Congress Street – Portsmouth, NH
The Stratham 76ers
Tufts Health Plan Foundation’s mission is to improve the health and wellness of the diverse communities we serve, with a focus on healthy aging. At the core of our work is the belief that older people are a critical asset to building and sustaining vibrant and healthy communities. We are grateful to have received a $10,000 grant to help us build an engaged and sustainable volunteer base.
HIVE is an intensive cohort-based program that offers staff and volunteer leaders the opportunity to pilot a project that will build the capacity to fulfill their organization's mission. Organizations receive training, coaching, and evaluation to bring their pilot projects from concepts to outcomes. We are participating in this program as part of our Tufts Momentum Fund project, with a focus on recruiting and onboarding member service volunteers.
The Rosamond Thaxter Foundation’s mission is to support charitable organizations in and around Kittery Maine, Portsmouth New Hampshire, and the Isles of Shoals. We are thankful for the grant we received to help us develop an educational series about smart, healthy aging. We plan to present this to our community in the fall of 2020.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!