Thank you to everyone who came out to make CROP Walk 2016 a success! No one should go hungry and we are glad to help feed those in need. We are particularly proud of our very fabulous VolunTEENS who not only worked the event by helping to promote it, hanging signs along the route to […]
Crispin’s House is excited to welcome Peter Grigorakakis to our team as our VolunTeens Program Director Peter has extensive experience working in volunteer coordination having served as the manager for the Manchester VISTA Project, now housed under Families in Transition and, most recently, as the Executive Director of the Goffstown Main Street Program. Out of […]
The Annual Goffstown Community CROP Hunger Walk is a non-competitive, 3 mile fundraising walk along Goffstown’s scenic Rail Trail to fight hunger. All are welcomed to walk or donate to a walker’s fund drive and there is no minimum donation to participate. A portion of the proceeds raised will go to the Goffstown Network Food […]
Congratulations to our 2016 Softball Tournament Champions, Team Blacked Out. The competition was fierce as they battled it out with last year’s champions, The Reebs, who ultimately placed second. Other teams included the New Boston Black Sox, The Hit Squad, Goffstown Police Department, The Blizzards, The Spikers, The DH Clan and Team Scacchi. It was […]
Attention Golfers! The 15th Annual Big Jane Memorial Golf Outing will be held on July 22 at Stonebridge Country Club. All proceeds benefit the Goffstown Police Explorers and Crispin’s House so grab your clubs, grab your friends and say you’ll come! Click for more information and to download the GPD Golf 2016 Registration Form.
The recent Community Forum on Mental Health and Substance Misuse can now be viewed on YouTube thanks to our ever talented friends at Goffstown Television (GTV). In case you missed it, Crispin’s House brought together a 10-member panel of experts on November 18 to talk about mental health and substance misuse here in Goffstown. […]
Crispin’s House Coalition for Youth is pleased to be offering financial assistance for children in grades 5-8 at Mountain View Middle School to participate in an afterschool program. If you want to attend, we want to help make it happen! Aid is awarded on a first come basis and all requests are confidential. For […]