Veteran Resort Chapel 

 

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​Donations can be made to the VRC at People's United Bank

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a homeless veteran's life. 

The Veteran Resort Chapel has devoted its energy to passionately advocating for homeless veterans in New Hampshire.  Find out how you can contribute to the future of someone in need through donations of money and time. 

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Donations can be made to The Veterans' Village of NH through People's United Bank of New Hampshire.  


For further information please contact: Peter Macdonald at (603) 781-3839 

 

  

 

 

A variety of circumstances can create difficult living situations for veterans returning from the front. Whether it is the loss of a job, house, family, many find themselves struggling to replant civilian roots.  Through donations of real and virtual property, Goods and Service, The Veterans' Village of NH is establishing an independent living community for single veterans transitioning into civilian life.

We are not looking for money at this time but it will help.  What we are looking for is material to help build with, labor to help this become a reality, and equipment to build the driveway, dry well and other earth moving items.  The most important help at this time would be to call the Lee Selectmen and let them know your thoughts on the Town of Lee NH not wanting those type people in their town.  Tell them how you feel about homeless US Military Veterans. 

 

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Volunteer your time to help homeless veterans in New Hampshire.  The Veteran Resort Chapel needs material to help build with, labor to help this become a reality, and equipment to build the driveway, dry well and other earth moving items.  

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Meet Our Team

Peter Macdonald

Founder/ Veteran

  • Veteran Resort Chapel on WMUR News 9- Nov. 10, 2013- Check out the segment below! 
  • Lee Zoning Board Meeting on May 29, 2013 at Lee, NH Fire Station 
  •  The Town of Lee NH has refused to issue a building permit because as the member of the Planning Board Kevin Crawford, the Lee Building Inspector and a Lee NH Selectmen have said “They do not want people like this in their neighborhood”. 

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