Katie Kelly, Project Director of our Twin Rivers Associates Day Program in Stratham, NH, receives a $15,000.00 grant from Dr. Burton Dibble, President of the Eventide Foundation.
The Eventide Foundation, is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for housebound women in New Hampshire. We had the opportunity to sit down with Dr. Dibble and learn more about his work in the seacoast community to provide resources to woman who have limited access to necessary goods and services.
For the seventh year in a row the Eventide Foundation has generously issued the grant to the Twin Rivers Associates Day Program for “Twin Rivers Delivers!” a free pick-up and delivery service for New Hampshire seacoast area residents. The program invites those who can’t get out into the community to use the free service to pick up and deliver essential items; groceries, prescriptions, personal care items etc. right to their door.
The Eventide Foundation’s annual grant provides the funding for this much needed program to continue. Hats off to Dr. Dibble and the Eventide Foundation for making a difference in the lives of so many!