Support the LRCS Foundation Annual Fund!
Annual fund donations received during the Fall Appeal or anytime during the year, provide unrestricted monies that can immediately help individuals and families facing uncovered critical needs and expenses, or those in need of crisis services. Annual fund giving also supports needed training and tools for staff and services that promote employment opportunities for those with disabilities.
Annual Fund gifts offer flexibility to have an immediate impact on the quality of life of individuals, children and families served by LRCS – meeting critical needs and filling gaps in services that are simply not supported of fully supported by other sources such as Medicaid.
Thank you for helping us to fulfill our mission and helping your friends and neighbors in the greater Lakes Region community. Together we can make a real difference for the future for families and build a culture of inclusion in our community. With your help, LRCS’ comprehensive supports, programs and services for individuals, children and families transform lives in the Lakes Region.
LRCS Foundation exists to benefit LRCS by raising and receiving funds for LRCS, to meet critical needs today, tomorrow and into the future.
Click on the 2016 Annual Appeal Letter link below
LRCS Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Your gift is tax deductible to the full extent allowed by law.
LRCS Foundation Federal Tax Identification
Join us and become a LRCSF Annual Fund Donor!
For additional information please contact Joanne Piper Lang, Development Director at 603-524-8811 Ext 1588 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
LRCS by the Numbers – Who we serve and what we do:
• Support 1,200 individuals and families with developmental disabilities and acquired brain disorders in the greater Lakes Region.
• LRCS’ Family Resource Center of Central NH provides 2,200 hours of parent education and support to families in need of services, engaging 500 families and impacting over 1,000 children annually.
• Over 160 people with developmental disabilities have meaningful paid employment and many others volunteer 10,000 hours a year by serving other non-profits.
• 67 families serve as Shared Family Living providers.
• 200 elderly or medically challenged residents maintain their independence in their homes with help from the HomeAssist Program.
• LRCS employs more than 375 employees throughout the northern Lakes Region.
• LRCS is the proud Recipient of the 2013 Corporate Fund Dunfey Award for Excellence in Nonprofit Management.