Read about news, events, projects, and opportunities at The Chase Home.
In early November, more than $150,000 was raised at The Chase Home’s 9th Annual Wine & Chocolate Tasting at Jimmy’s Jazz & Blues Club in downtown Portsmouth.
Event proceeds will support services offered at The Chase Home and in the community. “This event is our biggest fundraiser of the year and instrumental in helping us bridge gaps in our annual budget,” explained Meme Wheeler, Executive Director of The Chase Home.Read More ≫
On Wednesday, November 8 at Jimmy’s Jazz & Blues Club, The Chase Home will host its 9th Annual Wine & Chocolate Tasting. Raising more than $400,000 for at-risk kids since its inception, the annual fundraiser is responsible for approximately half of the gap in The Chase Home’s annual budget.Read More ≫
In May 2022, The Chase Home launched ‘Pave the Way Forward’ to raise funds to repave its driveway, a campaign that has successfully concluded.Read More ≫
In May, nearly 100 persons were in attendance at a Gala event at AC Hotel in Portsmouth that helped raise more than $15,000 to support The Chase Home. The event was presented and organized by Seacoast Oral Surgery Center & Lakes Region Oral Surgery Center.Read More ≫
While primarily focused on providing clinical, counseling, and psycho-therapeutic services to at-risk youth, ages 11 to 19, The Chase Home in Portsmouth offers an ambitious Summer Program explicitly designed “to create unforgettable memories.”Read More ≫
Kids served by The Chase Home are now safely riding in proverbial style in a new van, made possible by proceeds raised from the 8th Annual Wine & Chocolate Tasting in November.Read More ≫
For years, staff, youth residents, and volunteers have grown fresh produce from a garden located at The Chase Home. Previously benefiting not just kids at The Chase Home, but residents served by Gather in Portsmouth, this garden will soon expand with assistance from LeMay Family Goodworks.Read More ≫
A semi-retired corporate executive, Portsmouth resident Brian Gibb has been elected president of the board of directors at The Chase Home in Portsmouth.Read More ≫
Founded in 2016 by The Chase Home, the Seacoast Community Diversion Program (SCDP) diverts first-time youth offenders from the traditional juvenile justice system. Based on Restorative Justice-based principles, SCDP differs from probation in its focus on the underlying problems of a youth’s criminalized behavior.Read More ≫
In November, Northeast Credit Union (Northeast CU) invested $10,000 to support The Chase Home, a major gift that brought both organizations together in service of a shared community vision.Read More ≫