Concord Cold Weather Shelter - Concord, NH

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27 Pleasant Street and North Main Street
Concord, NH 03301
: 211

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Description: The Concord Weather Shelter operates at two locations as one shelter from mid-December through March of each year. The Shelter provides one night of warmth at a time for adult men and women, both singles and couples. Funding comes from state and local public sources, as well as private donations and volunteers. Call 211 to confirm from mid December on to confirm whether the shelter is currently open.

Volunteers Requests by Concord Cold Weather Shelter: Both locations are in need of early evening and overnight volunteers, nightly managers, laundry assistance and other related efforts.

Donation Requests by Concord Cold Weather Shelter: Volunteers, socks, thermal underwear, gloves, boots travel size HBA supplies, hand/foot warmers, coffee and related supplies, etc.

Shelter Information Last Update Date: 2020-02-01

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