Faces of Affordable Housing
LRCD and Lakes Region Community Services have partnered to bring you the powerful stories of people living in our community. We will share their life journeys, struggles, triumphs, and aspirations. We think you will find that their goals and dreams are not so different from your own. Affordable housing is about everyone in our community being able to afford a home that supports good physical, financial, and emotional well-being.
Thank you Lakes Region Community Services for providing the latest installment of the Faces of Affordable Housing.
Gilford Community Church Supports Gale School Project
Gilford Community Church provides a grant of $25,000 in support of the redevelopment of the Gale School in Belmont. The project will transform the historic schoolhouse into a community facility that will include a new early learning center operated by the Boys & Girls Club and a new program center operated by Lakes Region Community Services.
To read full press release click here https://www.lrcommunitydevelopers.org/latestnews
Help Save a Piece of History,
Provide Child Care & Family Supports
$220,000 in NH Business Tax Credits Available to Support the Gale School Project
To learn more about how your business can support this project, please visit https://www.lrcommunitydevelopers.org/gale-school-fundraising.html or contact Carmen Lorentz at (603) 524-0747 ext 110 or CLorentz@LRcommunitydevelopers.org. Thank you.
Another Take the Wheel Graduate
Our most recent graduate is a mom of two who was driving a car that was no longer road worthy and unsafe. She now has a safe, reliable, and fuel efficient car to get her kids where they need to go! Congratulations to her and as always a huge thanks to our Take the Wheel partners, Franklin Savings Bank, Grappone Automotive Group, and HOMEteam NH!
Green Tip - Energy Week
As a NeighborWorks America Green Designated Organization we have incorporated green practices across all lines of business. As an organization it is important to us that we remain steadfast stewards of our precious resources and inspire our neighbors to see the value and ease of incorporating green practices into their lives. We hope you enjoy our monthly Green Tip.
LRCD's Executive Director, Carmen Lorentz, participated in NHEnergy Week as a panelist on Monday. You can watch the panels discussion by clicking https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6LFoYpCmYEw&t=2418s
That got us thinking on way we can all decrease our energy usage. Please some things that you can do below.