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Your generosity helps Easterseals provide help, hope and answers to people living with special needs and disabilities and the families who love them. Easterseals exceeds all of the Standards for Charity Accountability set by the BBB Wise Giving Alliance.

Easterseals NH is a sound investment. Review our financials to learn more about how your dollars are spent.

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- When you give to Easterseals, $0.90 of every net dollar is used to provide direct services for children, adults, seniors and veterans who particpate in our programs.

Matching Gifts - Many companies offer matching gift programs to encourage employees to contribute to charitable organizations -- sometimes matching 100, 200, even 300 percent of your contribution!

Wills & Other Estate Gifts - An estate gift, such as through your will, trust, life insurance policy or retirement fund, involves integrating a donor's charitable gift into his or her overall financial, tax, and estate planning objectives so as to maximize benefits to both the donor and Easterseals.

Workplace Giving - Workplace giving programs provide an easy way to support Easterseals. Simply sign up for your employer’s workplace giving campaign and use automatic payroll deduction to make your donation. In most campaigns, Easterseals can be found listed under Community Health Charities.

Other Ways to Give - We offer additional ways to support Easterseals including tributes and memorials, President's Council, IRA Charitable Rollover, vehicle donations, the VIP Program, and Veterans Count.

Endowments - Creating an endowment is a meaningful way to honor a loved one and provide an ongoing source of support to help people with disabilities or special needs gain greater independence.

Give by Phone or Mail - To give a gift by phone, call 1-800-870-8728 or (603) 623-8863. To give by mail send your contribution to:

Easterseals New Hampshire
Attn: Development Department
555 Auburn Street
Manchester, NH 03103

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