Recently, Chase Home for Children received $300 from the Odd Fellow of Portsmouth in support of our programs for youth.
“This is just a wonderful donation to receive and entirely unexpected,” said Chase Home Executive Director Meme Wheeler. “We rely on gifts from the community, so building new relationships like this one is just so key to our continued success.”
Serving 36% of youth requiring intermediate placement in New Hampshire, Chase Home is one of five intermediate level group homes in NH. The youth Chase Home serves have all been involved with the state’s criminal justice system and require significant interventions.
“We work with complex cases that require in some cases 24/7 support,” Wheeler added. “There is hope for these kids–and Chase Home is right there with them and their families.”
To learn more about Chase Home, which was founded in 1877 in Portsmouth, click HERE.