Crotched Mountain Foundation has received a $3,000 grant from the Eastern Bank Charitable Foundation, which will be made available in small grants to meet emergency and emergent needs of clients in the Crotched Mountain Community Care (CMCC) program. CMCC provides case management support to adults enrolled in the Choice for Independence program, funded by New Hampshire Medicaid, to help them maintain independence and remain in their homes.
In the event of an emergency, CMCC clients may not have the funds they need to address their needs. The grant from Eastern Bank Charitable Foundation will allow CMCC case managers to make needed purchases of services or equipment, like grab bars for a bathroom, scooters for mobility, furniture, clothing, medical supplies, and more.
“We are deeply grateful to Eastern Bank Charitable Foundation for their generosity,” said Kevin Harte, Vice President of Advancement for Crotched Mountain Foundation. “Their support will greatly impact the lives of some of New Hampshire’s most vulnerable citizens and help them maintain their independence in times of crisis.”
Andy Bonte of Eastern Bank presents a check for $3,000 to Michael Coughlin, President and CEO of Crotched Mountain Foundation.