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FACT:

Youth who volunteer are three times more likely to volunteer as adults.


Individual Volunteers
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Individual Volunteers
If you are interested in learning more on how to start a school volunteer program at your school, email us at info@nhpie.org or call us at 603-540-0620.

If you would like to volunteer at a particular school, contact the school principal for more information. If the school has a formal volunteer program in place, the principal will put you in contact directly with the Volunteer Coordinator.

If you think you would like to volunteer at a school, but are not sure what you can do, visit our list of Partners to see the volunteer services they provide.

 


 

Business Partnerships
If your company is interested in providing a valuable service to its community by encouraging employees to volunteer in their local schools, give us a call at 603-540-0620 or email us at info@nhpie.org. If schools in your area have an established school volunteer program, we will direct you to their Volunteer Coordinator.

Already working with schools in your community? If so, your company might be eligible to receive our prestigious Gold Circle Award. To learn how your organization can be recognized by the community for your volunteer efforts to the local schools click here.

 

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Current School Needs
Still not sure how you can help? Contact the school principal from the schools in your community directly and let them know. We can assure you that they will be happy to hear from you!

To School Principals & Volunteer Coordinators: If you would like us to list a particular need for your school, contact us at info@nhpie.org and we will be happy to get the word out!

Remember, we are here to bridge the gap between school needs and community resources. The beneficiaries of these partnerships are ultimately the children.

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