Stabilize. Transform. Flourish.
What’s new at the Front Door Agency?
Join us for the 34th Annual Gourmet Festival & Auction!
NEW DATE: Sunday, May 15
4 – 8 p.m. | Nashua Country Club
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Our mission to end homelessness in Greater Nashua relies on your support. Your gift to the Front Door Agency will help local families in crisis avoid homelessness and become self-sufficient.
people were served by the Front Door Agency last year.
of women and children in our Transformational Housing Program eliminated exposure to domestic violence.
children received gifts, food and warm clothing through our Holiday Program last year.
of familied that received assistance through our Housing Stability Program were able to maintain their housing and utilities.
“The support I received in the Transformational Housing program changed my life. I was held accountable, but able to work at my own pace toward independence. I truly feel like the program works for you if you work for it. The situations that myself and other moms in the program are in when they come to the Front Door Agency do not reflect who we are as people. We all want good lives for ourselves and our children and this program gives us the opportunity to create that.”
We are grateful for strong financial support from Bellwether Community Credit Union and for the support of all our Corporate, Community and Media Partners. Together, with you, they make our mission possible.
"During the holidays, the families we serve often have to choose between paying a utility bill or buying gifts for their children,” said Maryse Wirbal, CEO of the Front Door Agency. “When they pick up their gifts, we can see the relief in their...
Angela, a single mother in Nashua, was determined to become self-sufficient. But the rental crisis left her facing homelessness. With your support, the Front Door Agency helped her get back on her feet again.
Like many of us, Robert and Sarah received a stimulus check earlier this year. When they talked about what to do with it, they agreed there are people in the community who could use the money more than they could, so they decided to donate their stimulus check.