Liberty House is excited to announce the creation of its new Mission Renovate & Restore. We need your help today to combat homelessness among veterans in New Hampshire.
Mission Renovate & Restore will raise funds to support the renovations and retrofitting of Liberty House’s new home in Manchester. The 16,000-square-foot facility will nearly triple the residential capacity of our sober transitional living program and make Liberty House’s critical services available for more veteran populations, including retired and mobility-challenged veterans.
The best news of all – you will instantly double the impact of your gift! The first $250,000 raised through July 30 will be matched, dollar-for-dollar, thanks to the amazing generosity of an anonymous donor.
Your gift makes an incredible impact on the lives of our veteran neighbors!
- You will help Liberty House better meet the increasing demand for its services among homeless and at-risk veterans, many of whom have nowhere else to turn.
- You will almost triple the residential capacity of our sober transitional living program and fund the renovations that’ll enable us to open our doors for a wider veteran population, including retired and disabled veterans.
- You will enable us to offer a more diverse set of services and make a lasting, positive impact for many more veterans on the road to recovery and a better life.
- You will help build on our mission of remembering, honoring and supporting our veterans and support our future growth.
About Mission Renovate & Restore
Funds from Mission Renovate & Restore will support the first phase of renovations and retrofitting for the future home of Liberty House, a 16,000-square-foot facility in Manchester. It includes the creation of 13 new bedrooms, handicap-accessible bathrooms, entryways and living spaces, and the remodeling of the building’s library, resource room and case management services room. The renovations will enable Liberty House to provide transitional living services for retired and disabled veterans and short-term emergency beds for veterans who are awaiting housing, in addition to the homeless veterans in recovery that it already serves.
About Liberty House
Since 2004, Liberty House has responded to the dynamic needs of homeless and at-risk veterans with transitional housing, as well as recovery, job placement, and mental and physical wellness programs. We also proudly serve vulnerable veterans who require food, clothing, community referrals and various advocacy programs. Liberty House relies exclusively on private donations and does not accept state and federal funding in order to maintain our zero-tolerance alcohol/drug policy.