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Giving Tuesday

We all know about #BlackFriday and #CyberMonday... but did you know about #GivingTuesday? It's known as an international day of giving on the first Tuesday after Thanksgiving.
Please join us on November 30th, as we give back the residents.

Denim & Diamonds Gala

Couldn't make it? You can still support the Gala by making a donation.

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Custom Designed Notecards

One of the residents, Jewel, designed the cover of these blank notecards for any occasion. Help support the Women at the Dismas Home with a purchase of 20 notecards.

Your purchase will help show the support needed for these women heading down a path to a bright future. Cards cost $20 plus shipping.

Fill Our Pantry

With your donations we are able to give the girls the a budget to be able to purchase the items they need for the month.

We all know how home cooked meals can bring us so much comfort. This is especially true for the women at the DIsmas Home. We would like to feature your recipes with the women and start a cookbook. We ask that when you submit your receipt that you donate the dollar amount needed for the items and a photo of either cooking the dish, the friends or family enjoying it or a quick 30-60 second video.

Make a donation

different ways to donate

Checks

Mail to: Dismas Home
102 4th Street
Manchester, NH 03102​

Monthly Recurring Donation

Contact directly to set this option up.

Planned Giving

Planned gifts are the ultimate way to ensure that Dismas Home of New Hampshire will continue serving and supporting the women of Dismas. Through a planned gift, a contribution arranged in the present and allocated at a future date, you can help to sustain Great Waters and further our mission while enjoying financial benefits for yourself. Your contribution makes a lasting difference—there are many options, each with distinct advantages and effects

Cash

Publicly Traded Stocks

Reduce your capital gains taxes by gifting highly-appreciated security at its present market value. Simply contact Executive Director or call 603.782.3004 with the name of the stock you’re transferring and the number of shares you wish to donate. Providing this information in advance allows us to work with you and your broker to track the process and provide information that you’ll need for your tax return.

Corporate Gifts

As a sponsor of our Dismas Home of New Hampshire programs your business will be recognized for its generous support of the courageous women who have chosen to put their lives on a new positive path.
Download the Sponsor Form today.

Donations
make the biggest impact

Groceries, Toileries, etc

Healthcare

Transition Re-entry Services

Clinical Trauma
& Informed Counseling

Transportation

Family Reunification & Counseling

Clothing

Drug & Alcohol Counseling

volunteer

Why Volunteer?

Volunteer working with a friend

Dismas Home offers individuals a unique opportunity to serve, learn, and make a difference in the lives of our fellow community members. 

If there is something you love to do: advocacy, landscaping, housework, hand crafts, teaching computer skills, writing resumes, carpentry, plumbing… see where we’re going? If you want to share what you love to do, share it with us!

For more information on how you can join us, click here to contact us.

Community Meals

What is a Community Meal?

Dismas Home Dining Table

Community meals at The Dismas Home is a way to share a meal with the residents. we love the idea of sharing meals with our community as it is a way to help breakdown barriers and stereotypes and encourages everyone to build a network of acceptance and support.

Gathering around the dinner table together is a family strengthening tradition. Groups of up to three people bring food, cook, and share a meal and conversation with the residents. 

For details and to register please contact us.

Advocacy

How to spread awareness

You are note alone at Dismas Home

Opportunities to Impact the Community At Large.

The following facts are true:

  • There is a public misunderstanding of how vastly underserved these women are and there is a moral judgement against women who go to jail or prison.
  • Residents face a great deal of stigma, obstacles, and barriers when they re-enter the community. They get turned down for employment and housing because of their records, despite their success at Dismas Home.

By working with local, county, and state officials we can make changes in the penal system and in the community. These changes will impact the overall community for the better.

Everyone deserves a second chance. For more information about advocacy, please contact us. 

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