Become a Waypoint Guardian

Waypoint Guardians are dedicated supporters who are the champions of our mission and our cause, each donating $1,000 annually to help the over 7,500 struggling families, youth, and elderly in NH. The steadfast support from Waypoint Guardians provides an essential foundation for our programs and services.

What is a Waypoint Guardian?

Waypoint Guardians are a group of extraordinary supporters who lead the way in making real change that impacts real lives every day. Guardians gift $1,000 or more between January 1 and December 31 each year. Annual giving is cumulative, and the $1,000 contribution may be made in one gift or recurring monthly gifts. Members receive invitations to agency events and gatherings, as well as acknowledgment in donor listings.

Designate Your Gift

Where it is needed most

Unrestricted giving allows Waypoint to distribute funds where they are needed most – whether that is to help families who have children with a chronic illness, homeless youth, or the elderly who have no family help. Know that your gift is helping someone who needs your support.

Youth Experiencing Homlessness

An estimated 15,000 youth and young adults in NH will experience some form of homelessness this year. They may be homeless because their parents have substance use disorders, or they were or are being abused or neglected, or they may have aged out of foster care and have no family to support them. Waypoint helps to provide youth with resources ranging from survival aid to temporary housing, and case management.

Home Care

Our companions, homemakers, and nurses provide in-home assistance to seniors and adults with disabilities. Most of our clients do not have family support and live in poverty. Waypoint helps clients remain at home for as long as they are able and it is safe for them. Without Waypoint, they would have no other options.

Helping Children & Families

Before there were state services to protect children, there was Waypoint. Today, independent from but in partnership with the State, we remain committed to protecting and advancing the well-being of children. Whether through parenting support or advocacy, Waypoint provides a lifeline to families and children in need.

The Upper Valley

Waypoint is growing in the Upper Valley to respond to needs in the region. Extreme poverty, lack of transportation, and addiction have created barriers for the most vulnerable families. Our Family Resource Center provides vital assistance to these families by offering a range of programs, a network of support, and connections to community services.

Ways to Give

To make a donation
of $1,000 or more:

By Mail

Attn: Waypoint Guardians
Waypoint
PO Box 448
Manchester, NH 03105

Please make checks payable to Waypoint

Contact
Cindy Stewart, Interim Development Director 603-518-4205
StewartC@waypointnh.org

Regional Offices

Waypoint has several regional offices throughout New Hampshire. Below are the locations of these offices. If you are looking for specific program contact information, please visit the Programs Overview page or the Get Help page.

Agency Headquarters

Manchester
464 Chestnut St.
Manchester, NH 03105
603.518.4000 | 1.800.640.6486
Fax: 603.668.6260
P.O. Box 448

Concord
103 No. State St.
Concord, NH 03301
603.224.7479

Lakes Region
67 Water Street Suite 207
Laconia, NH 03246
603.524.5835

North Country
25 Main St.
Lancaster, NH 03584
603.788.4172
P.O. Box 188 Conway, NH 03818

Tri-City Region
3 Wallace St.
Rochester, NH 03866
800.640.6486

Monadnock
20 Central Sq., Suite #210
Keene, NH 03431
603.357.8772 

Dover
35 Third St.
Dover, NH 03820
603.742.5662

Nashua
60 Main Street Suite 240
Nashua, NH 03060
603.889.7189

Seacoast
11 Sandy Point Rd.
Stratham, NH 03885
603.518.4002
Fax: 603.668.6260

Upper Valley
63 Hanover St.
Lebanon, NH 03766
603.298.8237

The Children’s Place & Parent Education Center
27 Burns Ave. 
Concord, NH 03302
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