NEWS ARCHIVE - July 2012

July’s Newsletter
POSTED ON July 31st BY PartnershipTeam
July’s Newsletter has been released. Some really great things happened this month. For example, did you know that eight Harbor Homes’ Veterans FIRST residents are going back to college in the fall? If you didn’t know this make sure to read and share with your friends. “LIKE” us on Facebook. MORE >
Harbor Homes Rewarded $1 million grant from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
POSTED ON July 30th BY PartnershipTeam
We are proud to say that Harbor Homes, one of the six non profit organizations under the umbrella of the Partnership for Successful Living, has been awarded a $1 million grant that will help 300 New Hampshire Veterans and their families. This grant will help the Harbor Homes Veterans FIRST program maintain their current mission of preventing homelessness amongst NH veterans.  The Veterans FIRST program currently has two veteran homes in Nashua, Buckingham Place and Dalianis House, which combined have 60 units where homeless veterans and their families can reside for up to two years. Harbor Homes’ Veterans FIRST program has also recently had it’s first groundbreaking in Manchester. Harbor Homes is introducing the Veterans FIRST program to the community of Manchester, NH in April of 2013. Harbor Homes is happy that with this new grant the Veterans FIRST program will continue to grow. “Harbor Homes MORE >
Harbor Homes’ Newest Veterans FIRST Facility Underway in Manchester
POSTED ON July 3rd BY PartnershipTeam
Two weeks ago, Harbor Homes celebrated the first dig at its newest Veterans FIRST housing facility located at 335 Somerville Street in Manchester, New Hampshire. This is Harbor Homes’ first housing project in Manchester.  Once constructed, the new building will contain 26 apartments within three stories. The new facility will provide transitional and permanent housing for homeless male and female veterans, as well as their families. The $5 million project has already raised almost all the funding needed to complete the  project, thanks to significant support from federal and private sources of funds. However, Harbor Homes is still seeking at least $250,000 in community support, and naming opportunities around this effort are available. For more information about sponsorship opportunities for this project, contact Harbor Homes. Harbor Homes currently operates two Veterans FIRST transitional housing facilities in Nashua, New Hampshire, Buckingham Place and Dalianis House, in addition MORE >
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