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Outreach giving

Each year St. Thomas distributes a portion of all pledged income to organizations that help us by doing the work God asks us to do in the world.

10 BricksTo provide guidance and temporary housing in a safe and dignified environment to individuals experiencing homelessness in the Upper Valley
COVERTo build community and foster hope through cooperation and fellowship among all home repair and reuse participants
Crisis Fund (St. Thomas)To provide limited financial assistance for clients in crisis
Episcopal Hospital Chaplaincy (DHMC)To offer spiritual solace to Episcopal hospital patients at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center
Family PlaceTo support the positive growth and development of all parents by offering services that encourage families to build upon their strengths
Good Neighbor Health CenterTo offer accessible, primary medical care to all those in the Upper Valley who are in need, but who are without the means to pay
Grafton Senior CitizensTo make sure that older adults in our community have access to programs and services that support and enhance their health, well being, dignity and independence
Hannah HouseTo support pregnant and parenting youth in developing independence and making healthy parenting choices, thereby promoting the well-being of themselves and their children
HeadrestTo assist those who are addicted, in crisis or without support by developing, maintaining and delivering effective programs
HospiceTo support the patient and the family; to address the physical, psychosocial, emotional, spiritual, and financial concerns aroound terminal illness; and to help the patient live fully through the last days of life
Listen Community DinnersTo provide a hot meal for anyone needing one
Listen Heating HelpersTo pay toward heating costs in crisis situations
Listen Housing HelpersTo provide a zero interest loan for security deposit or one month rent/mortage payment
Northwoods Lunch ProgramTo offer one summer week of nutritious lunches for at risk children at Northwoods Housing complex
Twin Pines Housing TrustTo provide perpetually affordable housing
United Valley Interfaith ProjectTo come together, as a federation of faith communities, to work for the common good of our region by deepening ties between congregations, developing the leadership gifts of congregation members and tackling issues which cause poverty and suffering.
Upper Valley Habitat for HumanityTo provide simple, decent, affordable home ownership for all of God's people around the world. Locally, to eliminate substandard housing and homelessness in our community.
Upper Valley HavenTo offer emergency shelter for families, a food shelf, clothing room, and educational programming to those struggling to meet their basic needs
Upper Valley HostelTo provide home-like overnight accommodations for adults receiving out-patient treatment at our area medical centers and for family members of hospitalized patients
Upper Valley Wood Fuel BankTo provide "crisis" firewood fuel assistance to needy families in the Upper Valley region
West Central Mental Health - Paddle PowerTo host a fund raising, awareness raising event designed to help prevent the tragedy of suicide
Willing Hands EnterprisesTo recover and distribute excess and discarded produce, bread and other foods to key needy recipient locations throughout the Upper Connecticut River Valley Region
WISETo empower victims of domestic and sexual violence to become safe and self-reliant through crisis intervention and support services. To advance social justice through community education, training and public policy.
Episcopal Relief and Development (ERD)To provide emergency assistance in times of disaster; rebuild devastated communities and offer long-term program development solutions to fight poverty
Holy Trinity Music School - HaitiTo provide musical instruction to primary and secondary school students
St. Vincent School for the Handicapped - HaitiTo provide medical attention, schooling, food and clothing for over 350 students, most of whom are deaf, blind, or physically handicapped
MedlifeTo help families achieve greater freedom from the constraints of poverty, empowering them to live healthier lives