Media

Invisible

Last month we shared with you our experiences with people who are visible at busy public places, holding signs asking for work or food or money. Interestingly, Jim Kenyon wrote read more »

Messing with Mud

Take a blob of wet clay looking like an uncooked burger (or a giant mushy M&M), splat it onto a potter’s wheel, and… …almost anything can happen next. That’s what read more »

Dartmouth Feeding Neighbors

Adam Charnin-Aker, a Dartmouth student, started Dartmouth Feeding Neighbors in February of 2014. Their mission is “to help promote sustainability and feed the hungry of the Upper Valley by recovering read more »

Bridges out of Poverty Community Workshop

Do you work with people who are struggling with poverty? Are you interested in learning more about how you, and our community, can work together to help build a “bridge read more »

Dartmouth’s Young African Leaders Initiative

Dartmouth’s Young African Leaders chose to honor Nelson Mandela’s legacy and birthday on July 18th by helping in our Food Shelf and organizing boxes of book donations. The Young Leaders read more »

The Panhandler Problem — To Give, or Not to Give?

Jim Kenyon: The Panhandler Problem — To Give, or Not to Give? Sunday, August 10, 2014 (Published in print: Sunday, August 10, 2014) To give, or not to give. That’s read more »

Tag! You’re out!

Quinn Renshaw, a student at Richmond Middle School, held an outdoor laser tag fundraiser for the Haven in June. Kids in 5th to 8th grades gathered to play laser tag read more »

School’s Out for Summer!

Even though school is out until late August, children who participate in the Haven’s Afterschool Program can enjoy many group activities throughout the summer. Some days during the week children read more »

Gardens at the Haven

This spring the Haven entered its 6th season of collaborating with the UVM Extension Master Gardeners (EMG). The Haven’s beautiful landscape, which combines edibles with ornamentals, is nothing short of read more »

Meet the Haven’s Volunteer Coodinator: Amber Johnston

Amber Johnston grew up in Bradford, VT and recently moved back to the area after several years working with refugees in the Middle East and health care provision in East read more »