Here at Cohen Closing & Title, we are dedicated to giving back to the communities that we love to work, live and close in!
Our mission is to help provide opportunities for those who need them most.
Maine Needs has a facility in Portland where caseworkers, social workers and guidance counselors can request needed items. These items are then packed and delivered to the requesting agency. We are not only having them be our nonprofit spotlight, but we will also be a drop off location for donated items! Every other week we will be bringing a haul of donated goods to Maine Needs in Portland!
Camp Kita is a summer bereavement camp open to children ages 8–17 who are survivors of a loved one’s suicide. Held in an idyllic traditional camp setting in Maine, the camp provides all the quintessential experiences of a rural summer camp. In addition, the camp provides clinical professionals who lead small peer support sessions and offer 24/7 trauma support. The camp is tuition free for all campers.
Connor’s Climb Foundation does this by raising awareness, reducing the stigma around mental health, and equipping youth, educators, and communities with tools and resources focused on the vulnerable age group of 10-24 year olds. We collaborate with teachers and schools, the public, and the mental health system to ensure that the young people of New Hampshire have the life-saving resources needed to prevent suicide.
In partnership with schools and at Girls Inc. centers, we focus on the development of the whole girl. She learns to value herself, take risks, and discover and develop her inherent strengths. The combination of long-lasting mentoring relationships, a pro-girl environment, and research-based programming equips girls to navigate gender, economic, and social barriers, and grow up healthy, educated, and independent. Informed by girls and their families, we also advocate for legislation and policies to increase opportunities and rights for all girls.
MY TURN helps people develop their skills, goals, and self-confidence through alternative education, post-secondary planning, career exploration, and employment training. Our programs work in concert with local partners including high-schools, employers, colleges, and social service agencies to provide a holistic approach to serving youth.
American Heart Association NH
Imagine a community where healthy choices are equitable and accessible, where your ZIP code doesn’t determine your health. We are fighting heart diseases and stroke, the No. 1 and No. 5 killers of all Americans. From working alongside community leaders, to supporting more walking and biking routes, to driving initiatives that make healthier food options available in all neighborhoods, to providing our kids with more opportunities to be active in school – together we are making it easier to be healthy where we live, work, learn and play.
Boys & Girls Club of Manchester
The Manchester Boys Club was incorporated in 1907 and became the Boys & Girls Club of Manchester in 1983. We are one of the 53 original organizations that formed what is now Boys & Girls Clubs of America. From its meager beginnings as reading and recreation rooms, the Manchester Club has grown to include the main Clubhouse at 555 Union Street and two school-based after school sites at Jewett Street and Highland Goffe's Falls Elementary Schools. In addition, we operate Camp Foster summer day camp in Bedford, NH.
Frannie Peabody Center
Frannie Peabody Center is driven by our extensive history of delivering client-centered services and support for people living with or affected by HIV/AIDS, co-occurring conditions, and barriers to care. Frannie Peabody Center fosters compassion, resilience, courage, transparency, inclusiveness, collaboration, and innovation, while remaining steadfast in our goals of supporting sustained health for our clients and the community as a whole.
Granite State Children's Alliance
The Granite State Children’s Alliance (GSCA) is a statewide chapter organization dedicated to putting the needs of New Hampshire’s child abuse victims first.
Our mission is to provide all victims of child abuse in New Hampshire a neutral environment where justice, healing, equity and prevention are fostered through the consistent, high quality and sustaining collaboration of community partners.
Canna-do-it Veterans Count ME
Veterans Count, the philanthropic arm of Easterseals Military & Veterans Services, provides critical and timely financial assistance and services when no other resource is available to service members, veterans and their families, to ensure their dignity, health and overall well-being.
Friends Of Aine
Many children and teens experience isolation after the death of a loved one and feel that nobody understands them, particularly if no one among their friends or schoolmates has had a similar experience. As a result, they may be at greater risk of anxiety and other mental health challenges, substance abuse, and the physical aspects of grief. There are misperceptions out there that lead us to think kids are OK. These Misperceptions stand in the way of providing children the same understanding and support that is offered adults in mourning.
Manchester Historic Association
The Manchester Historic Association is one of the city’s most dynamic institutions and a significant force in Manchester’s economic and cultural growth. The organization is active in the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce, and it collaborates with other nonprofit organizations in many ways. It is supported by its members and other donors in the community, and also by corporate, government and foundation grants. The Manchester Historic Association also relies on the generosity of its volunteers and interns from local colleges and universities.
Habitat For Hunanity: Greater Portland
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Portland ME is a non-profit organization that builds communities of new energy-efficient homes, with affordable financing. We are an independent affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International, a global, nonprofit housing organization.
Swim With A Mission
Since our formation in 2017, we have given almost $7 million to Veteran service and support organizations that provide critical services to our Veterans. The Veteran organizations that we support provide housing, take care of our homeless, support day to day services, provide service and support K-9’s, scholarships, jobs, create equine immersion programs and support art programs. Please explore our site to get more details about how you can get involved with us and our mission.
BeBOLD is a non-profit drug awareness, education and prevention coalition in Bedford, NH. The coalition includes adult and youth volunteers as well as local police, school and local professionals who care about our community. BeBOLD’s mission is to prevent substance abuse in the Bedford community by educating Bedford’s adults and youth about the current dangers of all kinds of substance abuse, including alcohol, illegal drugs, prescription drugs and tobacco.
The Pan-Mass Challenge is a Massachusetts-based bike-a-thon that raises more money for charity than any other single athletic fundraising event in the country. Always held the first weekend in August, the PMC raises funds for Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, a world leader in adult and pediatric cancer treatment and research.
Second Chance Ranch Rescue
At Second Chance Ranch Rescue, we want to help our community to prevent surrenders, rather than just solve them. The alarming need for rehoming of dogs, especially those who are misunderstood is why we started Second Chance Ranch. At the Ranch, all of our dogs receive conditioning, love, socialization, and basic training to help develop their skills, confidence and capabilities while they wait for their forever home. Second Chance Ranch is focused on finding the right match between you and our dogs and will invest all the time and effort needed to do so.