Our very important fall fund-raising season has begun. The Hand to Heart Project is at a point of celebration, of potential, and of a little uncertainty. This year, we surpassed fifteen years of providing our service to people with cancer and their families. If you have been a supporter for all or most of that …
Cynthia Howe was a client of The Hand to Heart Project before she was a member of the board of directors. And she almost wasn’t a client.
The Upper Valley area is full of nonprofits of all sizes that have benefited from the Byrne Foundation’s generosity. We are fortunate to count ourselves among them.
Hand to Heart Project is participating in NH Gives on June 7-8, 2022. It is a 24-hour online challenge initiative of the NH Center for Nonprofits to raise awareness about how essential nonprofits are to our quality of life in NH and to inspire giving.
Every autumn, we embark on our annual fundraising effort by mailing out letters and asking foundations, trusts and the general public to support our work with financial contributions. That support is especially important now, as we have been expanding our region.
Our annual fundraising event is a significant revenue source for our program. This year, due to COVID-19, we will be hosting an online auction in place of our usual in-person fundraiser.
The annual Spring Dance and Silent Auction to benefit The Hand to Heart Project is Saturday, April 4, 2020 at the Plainfield, NH Town Hall from 7:00 – 10:30pm.
The annual Spring Dance and Silent Auction to benefit The Hand to Heart Project is Saturday, April 13, 2019 at the Plainfield, NH Town Hall from 7:30 – 11pm.
This spring we are raffling off a beautiful queen-size quilt handmade by the Cornish Quilters and donated to benefit Hand to Heart. The raffle drawing is in late June. Tickets are $3 each, two for $5 and five for $10.
There can’t be a source of philanthropy that has done more for more people and organizations in our region than the Jack and Dorothy Byrne Foundation.This year, the Byrne Foundation not only provided the same level of support it’s been providing for years, it also offered an additional $10,000 if we could match it.