The Haven is known for going the extra mile to provide for those in need with what most of us believe are basic necessities. These needs (food, shelter, problem-solving, and information) are often taken for granted. But think for a [...]
The Upper Valley Haven is grateful to the many community and state organizations with whom we partner to do our best work. In order to best serve our community members in need, we work closely with our brother and sister organizations to [...]
This is a difficult time of year for many families, as they juggle additional expenses like heating bills and winter repairs, or the need to stay home from work with a sick child. For parents who struggle to provide for [...]
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.
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 Haven will commemorate its four decades of service to the region by releasing 40 stories of people, events, ideas, and services fundamental to our mission. We will be releasing these stories weekly, so check back often.