Grants at Work

Grants & Putting Fundraising Dollars to Work

Community Crossroads remains dedicated to supplementing our efforts by actively fundraising. Our employees work hard in collaboration with community partners and dedicated volunteers to host several events each year and bring in critical funds. The Fundraising Grant Committee awards monies for things that are not covered by Medicaid or insurance. In 2016, we distributed nearly $50,000 to provide supports to individuals and families. Grants were used for many wonderful things and are shining examples of the ties that bind us with the community–a true public/private partnership toward making our communities places for people of all abilities to access and enjoy.

Brady and Lennox

Brady and Lennox “With Brady’s sensitivities to many common allergens he was not able to have a pet with fur. Thanks to Community Crossroads, Brady now has a hairless cat named Lennox.” – Heather Lajoie

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Brandon “Thank you for my bike. I love riding it.” – Brandon

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Connor “Thank you so much for providing tuition assistance for Connor’s swimming class. He absolutely loves the water and enjoyed every moment in the pool.” – MaryBeth Murphy

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Mikayla “Mikayla is very engaged and so proud…she uses her iPad at home and in the community to do her homework and look up things she doesn’t understand…we are grateful for the support provided by Community Crossroads.” – Karen Hatch

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Alyssa and Josh, Coach Sam and Dylan

Alyssa and Josh, Coach Sam and Dylan “Thank you, Community Crossroads, for your financial support to help make the Hampstead Challenger League successful. Our league was established over 8 years ago and continues to exist due to the contributions from organizations...

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number of individuals we serve with developmental disabilities or acquired brain disorders and their families

30th Annual Golf Tournament

Join us a sponsor, volunteer or participant as we celebrate 30 Years of Impact as this year’s golf tournament on Sept. 12th. Learn more.