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(603) 335-1770 215 Rochester Hill Rd, Rochester, NH 03867

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Volunteers are our life blood here at The Homemakers Health Services and come from all walks of life - They are students at UNH...They are employees who donate their extra time to the Agency after work, through the United Way of the Greater Seacoast Day of Caring or through companies like Citizens Bank, Liberty Mutual and Timberland that strongly promote volunteerism...They are ministers, pastors or members of church groups...They are retirees looking to give back to their community. In general, they come in all sizes and age groups and assist The Homemakers Health Services in every facet of its opertions as well as at special events and fundraisers.

If you have a few spare hours each week and want to make a difference in your community, just give us a call. The Homemakers rely heavily on the caring and talented individuals in our community to make our programs possible and we always have room for more volunteers.

To volunteer your time, apply here...

A primary benefits of being considered tax-exempt under Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)(3)is that your donation is tax-deductible.  The general charitable purpose is to serve The Homemakers’ clients who need financial assistance.

To make a donation:

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Homemakers Health Services
215 Rochester Hill Road
Rochester, NH 03867-1701

Call us at 1-603-335-1770 or email our Executive Director at dcapoldo@thehomemakers.org.

The Homemakers Health Services provides a variety of ways to meet individual giving needs while at the same time helping us continue to meet the health care needs of our elderly and disabled population both now and in the future.  The most common ways to give include:

  • Cash 
    • Gifts of cash are the quickest and simplest form of contribution. The Homemakers is a 501(c)3 charitable organization, and all donations are tax deductible to the full extent permitted by law. 
  • Stocks and Bonds 
    • It may be advantageous to make your donations in the form of appreciated securities. In most cases, the full market value of the securities is deductible, while capital gains taxes are eliminated. 
  • Real Estate and Other Appreciated Property 
    • Gifts of real estate and other property can offer advantages similar to contributions of stocks and bonds. 
  • Bequests 
    • You can remember The Homemakers in your will either by a specific dollar amount or percentage, or as the residual beneficiary of your estate. A bequest can serve as an enduring memorial to the Agency. 

The Homemakers Health Services is proud of the relationship we have built with its community partners and sponsors of our special events. It is only with the help of these sponsors that we are able to continue to provide vital home health, home support and adult medical day care services to those in need in our community.

We would like to take this opportunity to give special recognition to the major sponsor of our Fundraising Events - Eastern Propane and Oil, who served as the major sponsor of both our Auction and Golf Tournament. Special thanks also to WOKQ.97.5 and Cumulus, which supports The Homemakers throughout the year.

Sponsorship of The Homemakers Health Services special events offers businesses and organizations a variety of benefits and visibility. If you are interested in forming a partnership with The Homemakers Health Services or future sponsorship opportunities, please contact us at (603) 335-1770.

Annually, The Homemakers seeks support from the community for its Home Health Care and Adult Medical Day Care services.

An annual Phonathon is held in November to raise funds for the Agency's Home Health Care program. Gifts received from the community are used to help provide services for those persons who cannot afford to pay the full cost of necessary services provided and for which there is no other reimbursement source.

In the Spring, The Homemakers seeks support from the community to benefit participants of its Day Out Adult Medical/Social Day Care program.

Honor a friend or relative in a special way by making a commemorative gift to The Homemakers Health Services in their name.

Your gift to The Homemakers honors someone special in your life and also makes a difference in the lives of the elderly and disabled population in our community. We’ll acknowledge the gift promptly by sending a special letter to the person in whose name the gift was made.

Simply send your gift, together with the name of the person in whose name the gift is being made and the name and address of the person you would like us to acknowledge to: The Homemakers Health Services, 215 Rochester Hill Road, Rochester, NH 03867-1701.

Gifts made in memory of a loved one may be designated to go towards a specific program.

The Homemakers Health Services provides a variety of ways to meet individual giving needs while at the same time helping the Agency to continue to meet the health care needs of our elderly and disabled population both now and in the future.

Cash
Gifts of cash are the quickest and simplest form of contribution. The Homemakers is a 501(c)3 charitable organization, and all donations are tax deductible to the full extent permitted by law.

Stocks And Bonds
It may be advantageous to make your donations in the form of appreciated securities. In most cases, the full market value of the securities is deductible, while capital gains taxes are eliminated.

Real Estate And Other Appreciated Property
Gifts of real estate and other property can offer advantages similar to contributions of stocks and bonds. Be sure to call us to discuss any potential gifts of property.

Bequests
You can remember The Homemakers Health Services in your will either by a specific dollar amount or percentage, or as the residual beneficiary of your estate. A bequest can serve as an enduring memorial to the Agency.

Life Income Gifts It is possible to make a significant gift to The Homemakers and also receive the income from that gift for your lifetime. A variety of planned giving vehicles such as Charitable Remainder Trust, Charitable Gift Annuities, and Pooled Income Funds, allow donors to receive increased lifetime income and considerable tax advantages while meeting their philanthropic goals. We will be happy to discuss these options with you or your financial adviser.

Life Insurance
You can name The Homemakers Health Services owner and irrevocable beneficiary of a life insurance policy - a way of making a contribution as well as receiving a generous tax deduction. For more information about Planned Giving opportunities, contact us by phone at (603) 335-1770 or our toll free number 1-800-660-1770. You can also reach us by sending an email to info@thehomemakers.org.

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Contact:

Chris Dugan

(603) 391-4703

cdugan@thehomemakers.org

 

In celebration of caring

The Homemakers Health Services to host gala event

Rochester, NH: The Homemakers Health Services is proud to announce a special fundraising event on Saturday, September 30th at 6:00 p.m. at its campus in Rochester.  

Entitled “Once Upon a Time”, the event will highlight and celebrate the work of the agency since its inception in 1974 and share its exciting vision for the future.

“The theme of our gala will recognize the history of organization and the wonderful gift of property and land from the late Virginia Spaulding Champlin,” said Dr. Susan Reid, Board President of the Homemakers.  

Daughter of former NH Governor Rolland Hardy Spaulding, Virginia and her husband William supported a broad range of charitable causes throughout the seacoast and across the state. In 1998, she donated her house and land on Rochester Hill Road to the Homemakers.  “Virginia’s generous gift of her home and land had a major positive impact upon our organization” said Don Capoldo, Executive Director of the Homemakers.  “It helped us to increase the scope of our services and take care of more of those in need.”   

Held in and around the historic Champlin House, this event will include live and silent auctions, raffles and door prizes, musicians, wine and food pairings and much more.  Each of the rooms in the Champlin house will have a different theme and reflections of the history of the organization and highlights of its work in the community will be shared.

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Tickets to the event are $20.00 each and all proceeds will directly benefit the agency and services that Homemakers provides at its center and across the community.  To purchase tickets, please contact Danielle Raitt at (603) 335-1770 or via email at Draitt@thehomemakers.org.

Homemakers has also created a number of opportunities for event sponsors. For questions and information on how to get involved, please contact Chris Dugan at (603) 391-4703 or via email at Cdugan@thehomemakers.org.

“This promises to be a fun and impactful event,” noted Dr. Reid.  “And all of funds raised will help us care for older adults in need.”

The Homemakers Health Services is located at 215 Rochester Hill Road in Rochester.

About the Homemakers

Founded in 1974, The Homemakers Health Services provides a broad range of care and support including: nursing, physical, occupational and speech therapies; behavioral health, medical social worker, home health aides, personal care service providers, homemakers, in-home care providers and adult day care. In addition, we proudly provide many community wellness programs including an Alzheimer's Support Group, Alzheimer's Education for Caregivers, and flu and blood pressure clinics. 

Our service area includes all of Strafford County as well as part of Carroll and Rockingham counties.

To learn more, please visit www.thehomemakers.org.