Introducing our recently released 5-minute docu-narrative for an up close and personal look at Dover Children’s Home!! Hear a young man tell his special story and messages from staff about the critical mission of our non-profit program.
A warm thank you to everyone who attended or helped coordinate the DCH Friends and Family Cookout on September 21! Check out the article in Fosters.
For a better idea of what things look like inside Dover Children’s Home, please take a moment to watch a 4-minute video tour, created by “Do Something Different”. The music lyrics perfectly tell the story of our mission.
To watch the slideshow at Vimeo, please follow this link: https://vimeo.com/94440829
DOVER CHILDREN’S HOME RECOGNIZED DURING DOVER’S “100 BEST COMMUNITIES IN THE NATION FOR YOUNG PEOPLE” AWARD
Dover Children’s Home and Liberty Mutual were acknowledged during an award ceremony for the City of Dover on January 15. To read the entire Foster’s Daily Democrat article, click here. Pictured from left to right: Dover Mayor Dean Trefethen, Don Baldini from Liberty Mutual, Dover Children’s Home Executive Director Donna Coraluzzo, Dover Children’s Home Board President Tom Clark, and NH Governor Maggie Hassan.
On June 8, 2012, Dover Children’s Home received a $10,000 grant from the Liberty Mutual Foundation. Several Dover Children’s Home staff and board members answered the front door of the Home at 2pm to find 20 Liberty Mutual employees dressed in their signature blue t-shirts with noise makers, pom poms, and a super-sized check for $10,000. Click here to read the entire Foster’s article.
(Pictured from left to right: DCH Board Trustee Mike Davis; DCH Board Treasurer Matt Sylvia; DCH Board President Tom Clark; DCH Executive Director Donna Coraluzzo; DCH Board First Vice President Bonnie Peterman; DCH Board Member Stacey Hager; and DCH Past Resident Emily Quigley.)
Donna Coraluzzo, Executive Director of Dover Children’s Home, was featured on the June 8, 2012 episode of New Hampshire Chronicle for her tireless efforts to better her community. Click here to read the entire Foster’s article and Click here to watch the 7-minute NH Chronicle segment.