Seacoast Volunteers

We are so honored...

We are so honored to be able to help our most vulnerable senior population in the seacoast area of New Hampshire. Folks who have spent most of their lives helping others are now in a position where they are on the receiving end. We are honored to provide this service during the COVID-19 crisis. 

About Us

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Our Team

Our History

Our History

Our amazing team of volunteers are committed to helping our most vulnerable community members during the COVID-19 (Corona Virus) pandemic. 

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Our History

Our History

Our History

Seeing a need for keeping our most vulnerable population safe from COVID-19, we are a group of community members who wanted to take action..  

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Our Mission

Our History

Our Mission

We work together with food pantries to shop for and deliver much needed groceries to our elderly and most vulnerable neighbors to help limit their risk of exposure to the COVID-19 virus. 

How we work...

Please view this video to learn about how we work and what your grocery shopping options are with Seacoast Volunteers.

Feedback

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Feedback from our senior neighbors receiving assistance:

I just wanted to thank you for Seacoast Volunteers. I'm really thankful that it's there and it is helping me a great deal.


I felt like we were being forgotten, so thank you for remembering us.


My friend absolutely raved about you guys!!!! He went on and on!

Thought I would let you know how people on the receiving end feel. 



FEEDBACK FROM SOME OF OUR VOLUNTEERS:


I continue to have amazing experiences.  I have new found friends.  The beautiful notes.  Meatballs and banana. bread. Just amazing. They all brighten my day..

-Wendy P.


On a bright note, I followed up with a senior in Portsmouth (80+ w COPD) She IS fabulous! :)  Yesterday was her birthday, so I brought them a little daffodil plant w their groceries. She kind of made my day! 

-Melanie B.


We started talking about his grocery list and 45 minutes later we were talking about life. Now I follow-up with him weekly to see if he needs groceries or just someone to talk to.

-Jenn M.