Teddy’s Holiday Toy Party
Mike Ryczkowski, Joey Smith and Todd Levy—members of the Tuck Class of 2015—captained their team to win this year’s Tuck School of Business softball tournament.
Quinn Renshaw, age 13, stopped by the Haven with his mom, Holly Taylor, to deliver a $160 gift from a laser tag fundraiser.
People give to the Haven in many different ways—and this particular way may have never crossed your mind! Laurie and Jerry have solar panels at their home and are pumping more electricity into the grid than they use.
Here’s a Haven donation story we haven’t heard before! Kate Emlen, longtime Haven friend and designer of the beautiful stained glass windows in the Haven’s Chapel, posted on a local listserv that she was seeking someone to transport large boxes of possessions to her daughter, Libby, who just moved to Washington, D.C.
The Haven was pleased to host a workshop for adult shelter guests called “Understanding Credit” on Thursday, July 16.
Congratulations to Morningside Shelter’s and Brattleboro Area Drop In Center’s Board and staff who are merging to form Groundworks Collaborative, which will be fully functional at the start of their new fiscal year on July 1, 2015!
The Crumbs raised $1,601.23 for the Haven in seven weeks and were available for deliveries between 5:30-8:00 p.m. Number of missed deliveries? ZERO!
Chimney Savers Inc. will donate $10 to the Upper Valley Haven, the Vermont Food Bank or Potter’s Angels Rescue when you upload a selfie to your Facebook page of you with a Sweep from Chimney Savers.
It’s Wednesday and I just set up my shoe shine stand at the Hanover Park Office Building at 3 Lebanon Street in Hanover. The stand is a classy rig made by Trumbull Homes as a contribution to my new venture. Hanover Shines is ready for a new work day!
For the third year in a row, potter Ara Cardew worked with a group of children over their April vacation to experiment with clay and practice throwing pots on the wheel.