Support

Make A Donation

While revenue from state contracts fund basic things like food, shelter and some clothing, Chase Home for Children relies on the generosity of the community to provide a wide a wide range of necessary services and opportunities for our youth to mature into healthy adults. 

Please contact Kristy Whipple at kwhipple@chasehome.org or at 603-436-2216 [ext. 101] if you would like to donate goods or purchase a holiday gift. Thank you for your support!

THE CHASE HOME FOR CHILDREN IS A TAX-EXEMPT 501(c)(3) NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION. A RECEIPT WILL BE PROVIDED FOR ALL DONATIONS FOR YOUR TAX FILES.

How Cash Donations are Used
  • Tuition for driver’s education and enrichment classes such as dance, yoga, photography, swimming, etc.
  • Fees for enrollment in community sporting activities or clubs
  • Required equipment for participation in school sports – cleats, padding, protective gear, uniforms, etc.
  • Educational field trips that are part of our Summer Program such as, the Boston Museum of Science; whale watches; the
  • Weather Discovery Center at the Mount Washington Observatory; Squam Lake Science Center; the Portland Museum of Art; New England Aquarium in Boston, etc.
  • Adventure-based learning activities geared for self-esteem and team-building, such as ropes courses, rock climbing with instructors, white water rafting and kayaking
  • Group recreational activities, such as bowling, roller skating, snow tubing and skiing
Goods We Accept Year-Round
  • Backpacks and school supplies
  • Sports/recreational equipment for general use, such as: softball equipment, skateboards with elbow/knee pads, wrist guards and helmets, snow tubes, ice skates, basketballs, volleyballs, soccer balls, water shoes, kayaks and paddles
  • Bedding: Twin Size – Including: mattresses and mattress covers, pillows and pillow covers, sheet sets, fleece blankets, comforter sets
  • Toiletries – male and female
  • Furniture – new or gently used: twin-size beds, bureau – 4 to 6 drawers, student desk and chair
  • Gifts we accept during the Holiday Season
Holiday Donations

For adolescents in a residential treatment program, the joy and excitement of the holiday season can be overshadowed by the reality of being in placement and away from home. Our experienced and dedicated staff are skilled in responding to the emotional needs of our youth and help them participate in our program holiday celebrations.

If you would like to make a contribution or send a gift during the holiday season, here are some suggestions:

  • Video Games: Xbox, Wii, etc. (Rated “T” for teens)
  • Educational Computer Games
  • Videos: exercise, sports, music groups, cars, hobbies
  • Movies (Please, no “R Rated “, “Unrated” or “Non-Rated”)
  • Movie Passes to local theaters
  • Gift Certificates: Fox Run Mall in Newington, Walmart, Target, T.J. Maxx, Marshall’s and Athletic Stores
  • Arts and Craft Supplies: water colors, pastels, markers, materials for scrapbooking and drawing
  • Yarn for knitting and crocheting
  • Age-Appropriate Books, Journals and Activity Books; Sudoku, crossword puzzles, Word Find
  • Board Games: chess, checkers, Monopoly, Mad Gab, Scabble, Uno, Yatzee, etc., and puzzles
  • Blank CDs
  • Headphones
  • Digital Cameras, Printer and Photo Paper
  • DDR (Dance Dance Revolution)

Become a Sponsor

Through our Home and Residential Programs, we not only house youth in a home-like environment and treat them there, we work with them in their homes with their families. Chase Home has also spearheaded the formation of a Seacoast Community Diversion Program, which provides an alternative to traditional punitive measures for troubled youth on the NH Seacoast.

We do not operate alone. We work with every relevant agency in the state to ensure their well-being today, while laying the foundation for their future. The below benefits would last for one calendar year.

 

For each investment level, choose what program you wish to support—Home Program, Residential Program, or Seacoast Community Diversion Program. You will receive recognition as a sponsor of your chosen program.

 Partnership Levels

 

Friend of Chase Home – $500

Want to make an impact on kids’ lives? Get started as a Friend of Chase Home.

Benefits

  • Placement on Chase Home website.
  • 1 mention on social media platforms, including 1 story regarding support on Chase Home blog.

 

Bronze Level Partner – $1,000

This partnership level provides more community exposure for companies with the ability to make a larger investment.

Benefits

  • Logo Placement on Chase Home website homepage with link to your home page.
  • Press release to announce partnership distributed to newspapers statewide.
  • Mention on social media platforms, including Chase Home blog

 

Silver Level Partner – $2,500

Partners at this level have an opportunity to become involved with Chase Home in a substantial and profound manner.

Benefits

  • Logo Placement on Chase Home website homepage with link to your home page.
  • Press release to announce partnership distributed to newspapers statewide.
  • Company logo and company info placed on brochures.
  • Inclusion as sponsor of annual fundraising event in November.
  • Mention on social media platforms, including Chase Home blog

 

Gold Level Partner – $5,000 and up

At this level, partners receive all the benefits of a silver partner sponsorship plus customized benefits to suit specific business goals and objectives. This level of investment is well-suited for companies who have the resources to make a life-changing financial investment for our youth as well as maximize their exposure as a philanthropic entity.

Contact Us and Become a Sponsor!

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