We’re stronger thanks to the support of these devoted local businesses and nonprofits. These partners give their financial resources and services to promote the health and wellness of everyone served by Exeter Hospital, Core Physicians, and Rockingham Visiting Nurse & Hospice Association.
COMMUNITY ADVANCEMENT PARTNERS (CAPs)
As key business partners in our charitable work, this select group of businesses have made an outstanding commitment to our organization with an annual donation of $5,000. CAPs members include:
AutoFair Nissan of Stratham, offering the complete package of great inventory, prices, and service for your Nissan vehicles.
D.F. Richard, a full-service heating oil and propane company.
Optima Bank & Trust, New Hampshire’s locally owned commercial bank.
Seacoast United Sports Club, a New Hampshire-based athletic organization of 50 teams and more than 8,000 members.
Partners for reciprocal services:
Lamprey Health, New Hampshire’s oldest and largest private, nonprofit community health center serving over 16,000 patients each year.
Seacoast Mental Health Center, addressing the mental healthcare needs of the New Hampshire Seacoast.
Families First, offering high-quality health care, dental care, and parent and family programs for infants to seniors, single people and families, insured or uninsured, and all income levels.
Richie McFarland Children’s Center, an early childhood program helping young children reach their full developmental potential and supporting their families through the process.
Connor’s Climb Foundation, providing suicide prevention education to New Hampshire youth and the community.
St. Vincent dePaul Exeter, community assistance center and food pantry, serving residents of Exeter, Brentwood, East Kingston, Kensington, Stratham and Newfields through its local food pantry, dental services, and more.
Annie’s Angels, helping local families struggling financially through a life-threatening disease, illness or disability through a network of neighbors, friends, and businesses.
Northeast Passage, empowering individuals with disabilities to reach their therapeutic recreation and adaptive sports goals.