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NH Gives is back for 2019!

Online give-a-thon to benefit hundreds of nonprofits across New Hampshire

CLAREMONT — PathWays of the River Valley is excited to once again announce its participation in NH Gives, a 24-hour, flash mob of giving, hosted by The NH Center for Nonprofits.

PathWays serves individuals with developmental disabilities, including acquired brain disorders, in Sullivan and Lower Grafton counties. The agency works with its clients to provide ongoing, individualized supports, and collaborates with local agencies, programs and businesses to provide individuals with meaningful work, recreation and community life.
Funds that are raised are earmarked to help offset the costs of non-Medicaid reimbursable expenses for adults and children with developmental disabilities.

An initiative of the NH Center for Nonprofits, NH Gives is designed to fundraise as much money and awareness as possible for New Hampshire’s nonprofits within a 24-hour, flash-mob of giving. To encourage giving, the Center, with the support of its sponsors, will be awarding cash prizes throughout the day to nonprofits who meet certain benchmark fundraising goals.

As in past years, Pathways hopes to create a social media frenzy during the event, and spur donors to friendly competition to drive fundraising. The nonprofit is reaching out to local businesses, families, and organizations alike to join the competition and help the regional nonprofit stand out on the state leaderboards, which will be broadcast in real time by WMUR and iHeart Media Group.

Citizens from 24 towns across Sullivan and Lower Grafton counties will have the opportunity to rally around the local nonprofit via a unique online giving event that kicks off at 6 p.m. on June 11th and wraps up at 6 p.m. on June 12th. Those who want to participate and learn about donation levels can visit https://www.nhgives.org/organizations/pathways-of-the-river-valley-600702e8-274e-4792-86c7-6d389e29e836 to donate directly to PathWays.

For additional information please visit www.NHGives.org and enter PathWays in the search. Otherwise email Kim at [email protected]