Events, Fundraisers and Food Drives
HCA Family Day
COME SEE NEW ENGLANDS LARGEST SANDBOX!
We welcome you to join us in Brentwood, New Hampshire on Saturday, September 16 from 9:00AM – 1:00PM for a family fun open house of our campus. A noon BBQ lunch and raffle to benefit the Liberty House in Manchester, NH serving homeless Veterans. All members of the family will enjoy watching the heavy equipment machines run, and have the ability to sit in them and touch the controls for picture opportunities. For one day, we’ll have the biggest sandbox in all of New England for kids to enjoy! Upon arrival, kids will be given a hard hat, a balloon and the freedom to explore their imagination with heavy construction equipment. There may even be a visit and photo opportunity with Builder Bob! FREE ADMISSION
Location: 48 Pine Road Brentwood, NH
Republican vs. Democrat Softball Game
When: October 14,2017
Where: Memorial Field, Manchester, NH
Inspired by recent events in Washington, D.C., a group of state representatives has reserved the Memorial Softball Field for a Democrat-Republican softball showdown to be played Saturday, Oct. 14. Proceeds from this event will benefit Liberty House.
Interested in holding a fundraiser for Liberty House? Please contact Jennifer at (603)669-0761 or email@example.com.
Thank you Combat Vets Motorcycle Association & Sweeney Post!
Tuesday, August 22, 2017
On Saturday morning more than 70 motorcycles sat in the parking lot at Sweeney Post 2 in Manchester awaiting departure for the annual motorcycle run to benefit Liberty House. This years run was funded by the Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association. Instead of the usual ride the crew headed out for a Poker Run. The ride […]
With the help of our dedicated staff, veterans in residence, and local community organizations, Liberty House is working to make positive, successful changes in the lives of the brave men and women who have served our country.
Episode 019: Watching Them Fly
Friday, August 21, 2015
At 17, Mike ran away to join the Army. After enduring years of abuse from his mother, Mike felt liberated, living a “normal” life for the first time.