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Concord Coalition to End Homelessness
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Arches of Support
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Word count: 871 words, Reading time: 3.5 minutes"Skip to content Toggle NavigationHomeHousing InitiativesAbout Our Housing SolutionsCCEH’s Strategy for Ending Chronic Homelessness in Concord (Updated June 2021)Task Force for New Affordable & Supportive HousingPaths Toward Housing Solutions (PDF)Landlord Incentive Program (PDF)AboutConcord Homeless Resource CenterLinks for Employment HelpAccess to HelpEmergency Winter ShelterPermanant Supportive HousingOur TeamCareersBoard of DirectorsHistoryDiversity, Equity & InclusionHow to HelpDonate NowDonate ItemsLegacy SocietySustaining DonorsVolunteerEventsArches and Pillars of SupportEvent Sponsor Packet2023 SouperFest2023 SouperFest Sponsors2023 Blues, Brew & BBQ2023 Blues, Brews and BBQ SponsorsEvent Sponsor Packet (PDF)Latest NewsContact UsEmail Sign-Up HomeRichWoodfin@comcast.net2023-01-18T11:19:28-05:00 Concord Coalition to End Homelessness Ending Homelessness is PossibleMissionWorking with our community partners, CCEH’s mission is to eliminate chronic homelessness; support and quickly re-house people who have recently become homeless; and build a system that effectively responds to the diverse needs of people experiencing homelessness.Ending Homelessness – Create more HOUSING!VisionA Concord community where everyone has a safe, decent, stable and affordable place to live.CCEH Initiatives Paths Toward Housing SolutionsCCEH is actively working on “Paths Toward Housing Solutions“ for individuals experiencing long-term homelessness.Read MoreCommunity LeadershipCCEH cannot end homeless in our community without broad based support. CCEH works with many community partners and frequently takes the lead to work toward housing solutions.Read MoreResource CenterThe Resource Center is helping guests who are homeless, or at imminent risk of becoming homeless, meet their immediate needs and connect with resources that are available to them.Read MoreEmergency Winter ShelterCCEH is operating a 40 bed capacity Emergency Winter Shelter out of First Congregational Church of Concord, at 177 N. Main Street in Concord.Read MoreHow to HelpVolunteerCCEH has many diverse volunteer opportunities including volunteering at the Resource Center and assisting with events.Read MoreNeeded ItemsCCEH is always in need of donated items.Read More Needed FundsCCEH is very thankful to receive your donation that will fund our initiatives and programs.Read MoreSupport EventsIn 2023 CCEH hopes to raise $150,000 by hosting two fundraising events. Your support is important to us.CCEH’s Annual Fundraising EventsSaturday March 4, 2023, from 12-2 PM. Music and Soups from the finest Concord eateries. Read MoreNew for 2023, both of our events will be held at the Bank of NH Stage, 16 S. Main Street, Concord NH,Saturday, September 30,, 2023, 5-6 PM BBQ Feast, 6-7:30 PM Blues Brothers, Next Generation Band. Read MoreArches of Support Arches of Support are organizations that provide recurring grant funding to CCEH at levels of $5,000 or more.To discuss your organization becoming a CCEH Arch of Support, please contact Ellen Groh, CCEH Executive Director, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.PREMIER PillarA PREMIER Pillar of Support recognizes that ending chronic homelessness in Concord needs their long-term commitment & support.PREMIER PILLARS OF SUPPORT commit to sponsoring at least two of CCEH’s annual fundraising events for three years in a row.Pillars of SupportPillars of Support are businesses that support CCEH's mission by sponsoring our events. Local businesses that support CCEH’s mission can help in a meaningful way by becoming a Pillar of Support.Sponsor two of CCEH’s three annual fundraising events: SouperFest, Bluegrass BBQ and Talent Show.DIVERSITY, EQUITY AND INCLUSION Concord Coalition to End Homelessness’ Commitment to Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Working with our community partners, CCEH’s mission is to eliminate chronic homelessness; support and quickly re-house people who have recently become homeless; and build a system that effectively responds to the diverse needs of people experiencing homelessness. Fulfilling our mission requires a commitment to anti-racism and to standing as strong allies with Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) who are calling for necessary change.We understand that racism and homelessness are intimately linked and that BIPOC in communities across the country are disproportionately impacted by homelessness. Without a doubt, that is due to structural racism and disparities in access embedded in our society, from access to health care, economic opportunities, housing, and education. New Hampshire, including Greater Concord, is not immune from these disparities.At Concord Coalition to End Homelessness, our board and staff are committed to educating ourselves, advocating for change, and standing strongly with leaders in the BIPOC community in our joint calls for equity and inclusion in all aspects of life. We will use an intersectional lens as we recognize that individuals’ experiences with oppression can be based on multiple identities – race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender, and disability being some examples – and that all overlap and can disproportionately lead to homelessness.All Granite Staters – including BIPOC, women, members of the LGBTQ+ community, people with a disability, and more – have value and deserve access to decent, safe, stable, and affordable housing. To end homelessness in our community, it is absolutely necessary to achieve equity and inclusion for all.Read More About our HistoryA Special thank you to OurArches of SupportArches of Support are organizations that provide recurring grant funding to CCEH, or provide invaluable in-kind services at levels of $10,000 or more.To learn more about becoming an Arch of Support, please email Greg Lessard, Director of Housing Initiatives at Gregorylessard@concordhomeless.org. Close product quick view× Title Main OfficeP.O. Box 3933, Concord, NH 03302(603) 290-3375238 N. Main Street, Concord, NH email@example.comJoin Our Email ListThe Concord Homeless Resource Center238 N. Main Street, Concord, NH 03301(603) 290-3375Resource Center HoursAll welcome: Monday – Friday 9am-11:30am By appointment only: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday 12pm – 4pm © Copyright 2023 | Concord Coalition to End Homelessness | All Rights Reserved Page load link Go to Top"
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