GREENFIELD, NH– Crotched Mountain Foundation recently received a $9,500 grant from the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation. The grant will support Crotched Mountain Community Care (CMCC), Crotched Mountain’s independent case management program, which provides services to approximately 900 older adults and individuals with disabilities across New Hampshire, helping them live independently in the community.
“Through New Hampshire Charitable Foundation’s generous grant funding, our CMCC clients, who are often living with significant physical disabilities, will have access to accessible living items and services,” said Kara Nickulas, CMCC’s Director of Business Operations and Compliance. “These include grab bars and hand rails, home modifications such as the widening of a door that allows for easier wheelchair navigation, portable and permanent wheelchair ramps, and many more solutions.”
Learn more about CMCC at cmccnh.org.
About Crotched Mountain Foundation
Crotched Mountain Foundation is a charitable organization founded in 1953 with a mission to serve individuals with disabilities and their families, embracing personal choice and development, and building communities of mutual support. Crotched Mountain provides special education, accessible recreation, and community and residential support services for people in New Hampshire, New England, and beyond. For more information about Crotched Mountain, please visit cmf.org.
About the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation
The New Hampshire Charitable Foundation is New Hampshire’s statewide community foundation, founded in 1962 by and for the people of New Hampshire. The Foundation manages a growing collection of more than 1,800 funds created by generous individuals, families and businesses, and awards nearly $40 million in grants and scholarships every year. The Foundation works with generous and visionary citizens to maximize the power of their giving, supports great work happening in our communities and leads and collaborates on high-impact initiatives. For more information, please visit www.nhcf.org or call 603-225-6641.