Greater Nashua Interfaith Hospitality Network
GNIHN operates a program at the Anne-Marie House in Hudson, NH. The Anne-Marie House accommodates up to 24 persons, where families experiencing homelessness are offered food, shelter and supportive services, for up to two years. There are three staff persons overseeing this program, and more than 400 active volunteers who offer their time and talents to make the Anne-Marie House a “home …for now.” Over 75% of the families graduate from this program and achieve housing independence.
As a host organization, First Church coordinates with Temple Beth Abraham to host a week at a time at AMH, six times per year. We provide trained volunteers, prepare meals, and provide financial support.
For information about the GNIHN please visit their web site.