Help Support SCS
Donors like you help to make it possible for the homeless to have a place to sleep, for low-income families to have healthy food to eat, for families and elderly persons to be warm, and for young children to get a good head start towards education and life.
How You Can Help
Southwestern Community Services (SCS) invites you to make a gift to support our programs and services for people in need throughout Cheshire and Sullivan counties. With your help, we can provide assistance and create hope.
Your support assists us in delivering on our commitment to empower people by providing them with resources to improve their lives. We do this through our many programs and services for children, adults, and families who need assistance. These resources and services help families and individuals get the boost they need to make it on their own and be a contributing member of the community.
It’s not just a donation. SCS is a sound investment: an investment in a family’s future. When you donate to SCS, you join our cause and directly support individuals, children, families, and the elderly in our community. No matter how little or large the amount, your contributions can start making a difference in the lives of our needy community members. Review our Economic Impact Report to learn more about how your dollars are spent.
You can make a secure donation online right here using PayPal
Or, if you prefer, you can send your donation by mail to:
Southwestern Community Services
Attn: John A. Manning
PO Box 603/63 Community Way
Keene, New Hampshire 03431
Planned giving, such as charitable bequests and gifts of appreciated stock, are other donation options. Consider including SCS as a beneficiary in your Will or Trust. Please consult with your attorney and financial advisor to discuss your wishes.
Your financial support helps us provide programs and services in your local community so we can promote self-sufficiency and strengthen families and individuals. We appreciate your willingness to make a difference in the lives of our youth, our families, and our elderly. Thank you for your compassion and generosity.
For more information, contact: John A. Manning at 603.719.4211 or firstname.lastname@example.org